L.ear Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li
About This Show
Having been fooled by the language and turned mad, King Lear finally understands the very meaning to Cordelia’s “love and be silent.” By deconstructing King Lear’s relationship with his three daughters in a trial scene, “L.ear” examines the complexity of language and communication, and how it reflects the current political state.
about the artist
Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li earned his MA in Performance Studies from New York University. He works as a director, playwright, performer, and has created productions addressing sexuality, philosophy, and politics to give his unique perspectives on time, space, and power relations. Currently, Dennis is the Associate Artistic Director of The Living Theatre.