Founded by veteran artists Stephen Au and Phyllis Man in 2010. The group sees the stage as the dojo (Japanese term for training hall) for drama in which performers undergo enduring and focused practices of the heart, body, techniques and the arts
Specialises in drawing inspiration from historical figures and adapting their stories for productions to integrate life and art, as well as to learn from history. Encouraging self-reflections for the audience, the programmes aim to spread positive energy and to promote the qualities of truth, goodness and beauty within the arts
Recent productions include Frankenstein, A Time for Farewells, Miyamoto Musashi and Jeanne d’ Arc to critical acclaim. Invited to tour abroad several times, Theatre Dojo brings high-quality stage production to the rest of the world
Sau and Kiu suffer from domestic cold war with the marriage seemingly heading towards inevitable collapse. When Sau visits a psychologist, however, a series of incidents makes him realises that men and women are essentially different in their thinking.
Love Battles features hilarious and interesting episodes between Sau and Kiu due to gender differences. The witty verbal sparring throughout the drama may strike a chord with our universal experiences in the classic battle between the sexes.