It is not easy to create unique and innovative event entertainment. Planners worldwide are constantly on the hunt for fresh, cutting edge ideas and “never seen” acts to impress and wow their clients. In Canada, we are blessed with some incredible event agencies that go beyond the booking agent to imagine, design and curate their own original content and choreography, so that they can offer their clients the absolute best.  We thought we would offer some inspiration so we gathered a small collection of mind blowing performances that hail from the East.


Enra is a Japanese Dance troupe that uses LCD Projector to create stunning visuals. The show bring together dance, performance art, music and tech to create powerful illusions and beautiful synergy. The troupe is directed by Nobuyuki Hanabusa. You can learn more about him here, but note you need to google translate the page.


Hsin-Chien Huang, New Media Creator

Hsin-Chien Huang created the new media art performing project: “The Inheritance”combined many elements like Story, Dance, 3D Printing, Real-time Motion Capture, Stereographic Projection, 3D Interactive Image, Historical Architecture into an intense performing act.  While not en “event” act there is some powerful inspiration here for a creative event producer. The full story and to learn more about the company you can visit here

Animated Dance Mapping

These Japanese multi-media dancers put on immersive dance shows that combines elements of dance, performance, kung fu, acrobatics, ballet, juggling, rhythmic gymnastics and animated dance. This particular show can be found here 

The Box

Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Created by Bot & Dolly, this work serves as both an artistic statement and technical demonstration. It is the culmination of multiple technologies, including large scale robotics, projection mapping, and software engineering.  This methodology has tremendous potential to radically transform theatrical presentations, and define new genres of expression. Find out exactly how “Box” was created in an exclusive behind the scenes video click here 


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