Korean NANTA Theatre Cooks up a Storm in Macau

Cookin’ NANTA will play at Sands Theatre for 100 performances (Photo provided by PMC Production)

The world famous non-verbal performance from Korea ‘Cookin’ NANTA’ is arriving at the Sands Theatre in Macau this December. Since debuting in 1997, Cookin’ NANTA has been an international phenomenon, being the first show from Asia to play long-term on New York’s Broadway. More than 9 million people around the world have enjoyed NANTA’s spectacular performances. It has also been nominated by the Seoul Tourism Board as one of the top 10 to-do things in Seoul.

Cookin’ NANTA features various comic skits set in a kitchen in which three chefs start their day, busy preparing vegetables and organising their utensils. The bad tempered manager appears and orders them to prepare food for a wedding by 6 o’clock. The chefs, already caught completely off-guard, are also ordered by the manager to teach his young nephew how to cook and prepare food. Thus, the scene is set for chaos in the kitchen.

The Cookin’ NANTA has taken the dramatic world by storm, playing to packed audiences in the U.S., Germany, Austria, Italy, Holland, Australia, Thailand, Japan, Singapore and China.

The show plays at the Sands Theatre in Macau for 100 performances from 24th December 2014 to 22nd March 2015 at 8:00pm from Tuesdays to Fridays, 5:00pm & 8:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays (except 22nd March 2015). Ticket: MOP/HKD$280. For details browse: cotaiticketing.com.