KakiSENI takes the arts to the streets this April 28. Kicking things off will be a 30-minute performance by Denmark's Odin Teatret ('Ode to Progress') before the procession moves on to the streets of Bukit Bintang, led by renowned drumming group Hands Percussion. The city will come alive with butoh trailblazers Nyoba Kan, fire-breathing acrobats from Spanish circus technique troupe En La Lona, clowns, massive theatre puppets and many more for this visual feast.
Be sure to catch parade showcloser 'Into the Flood' by Taiwan’s Sun Son Theatre, who are widely regarded as one of the most gifted and energetic cross-disciplinary performance troupes in the business today. Fusing ethnological music with puppetry and dance, ‘Into the Flood’ explores the surfeit of problems plaguing an ailing Mother Nature and is inspired by the increasingly frequent global warming-inflicted flash floods that have been ravaging Taiwan in recent times. The story revolves around the adventures of a young boy who’s given the task of seeking the solution to halt the inevitable floods.