綠葉劇團 Théâtre de la Feuille | Ata Wong Chun Tat 黃俊達
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Artistsic Director
Ata Wong Chun Tat 黃俊達

 

Ata Wong Chun Tat is a director, choreographer, actor, and physical theatre director and instructor. He graduated from the School of Dance in Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and later on studied at École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, France. Ata was one of the few Chinese artists that completed the two-year program and the courses in Le Laboratoire d’Etude du Mouvement. After graduation, he studied the making and uses of leather masks under Italian mask-making master Stefano Perocco di Meduna at l’academie Albatros.

 

During his time in Europe, Ata was involved in performances by various theatre groups and directors, including a theatre documentary named Sur un Fil / The Tightrope (Brook Production) co-directed by the world-famous Peter Brook and Simon Brook, and PAN (Compagnie Irina Brook)

 

Ata formed the Théâtre de la Feuille in 2010 and led as director and artistic director. His latest directorial works with the company include Sonnets, Papa, Zheng-he, L’Orphelin, I Want Euthanasia, and L’Orphelin 2.0. He choreographed Chater Road and Tres leger for the Hong Kong Jockey Club Contemporary Dance Series in the Hong Kong Arts Festival.

 

He was movement director for the crime thriller Three, a 2015 movie directed by Johnnie To.