BANGKOK — The most dangerous man in dance is launching his latest work, and audiences can get a first look Friday morning.

Returning from months touring abroad, Pichet Klunchun is back to his newly renovated Chang Theatre with “Analog Dance,” in which his deconstruction of movement continues in continuous, inconstant forms determined by distance and time.


The artist who unleashed his “Demon” on audiences, re-explored Vaslav Najinsky and enraged classicists by deconstructing traditional Thai dance with post-modern interpretations promises a show where the dancers and audience face interruption from the environment and each other.

Tickets are 500 baht and can be reserved online.


The performance starts early at 10:30am from Friday through Sunday and again on Dec. 23 and 24 at the Pichet Klunchun Dance Company’s Chang Theatre on Soi Prachauthit 61. It can be reached by taxi BTS Krung Thonburi or Wongwian Yai.