Breaking the Fourth Wall

Breaking the Fourth Wall

Choreographer Joseph Lee takes his audience on a contemplative ride through his latest show Unfolding Images: We Are Spectacle(s), but one must be an active thinker in order to make the most out of this journey, he says
Hongkongers have a “hybrid” identity — a combination of Western and Chinese

Hongkongers have a “hybrid” identity — a combination of Western and Chinese

Pants Theatre Production’s Sweet Mandarin tells the story of the remarkable journey of three sisters who are the third-generation descendants of Hong Kong immigrants. Born and raised in the UK, they were uncomfortable with their Chinese identity until a family trip to Hong Kong changed their minds. While the play is about various generations of diasporas being torn between their roots and the society in which they live, Wu Hoi-fai, Artistic Director of Pants Theatre Production and the director of the play, did not expect its rerun in 2020 would come in the midst of such an unstable political climate. “To go, or not to go – that is the question.”
A 90-minute Crash Course to Mozart’s Opera

A 90-minute Crash Course to Mozart’s Opera

Imagine Mozart entering the concert hall and discover the electric guitar, the drum set and the piano on the stage, and outcomes his hit tunes with an unexpected twist. Would he be offended, thrilled or puzzled about what is going on? Or perhaps he would fall in love with the new-found electric guitar and called himself a fan of jazz?
Unleashing one’s imagination

Unleashing one’s imagination

His love for painting went way back, long before he was known for the stage name, Hoi Chiu. A chance encounter with sand painting on the internet one day opened up a whole new world for Hoi Chiu. “It simply unlocked my imagination.” He began with some sand and papers at home, and taught himself sand painting after the making a mess of the living room often. And out of the trials and errors, he found a way for himself.
Breaking the Fourth Wall

Breaking the Fourth Wall

Choreographer Joseph Lee takes his audience on a contemplative ride through his latest show Unfolding Images: We Are Spectacle(s), but one must be an active thinker in order to make the most out of this journey, he says
Hongkongers have a “hybrid” identity — a combination of Western and Chinese

Hongkongers have a “hybrid” identity — a combination of Western and Chinese

Pants Theatre Production’s Sweet Mandarin tells the story of the remarkable journey of three sisters who are the third-generation descendants of Hong Kong immigrants. Born and raised in the UK, they were uncomfortable with their Chinese identity until a family trip to Hong Kong changed their minds. While the play is about various generations of diasporas being torn between their roots and the society in which they live, Wu Hoi-fai, Artistic Director of Pants Theatre Production and the director of the play, did not expect its rerun in 2020 would come in the midst of such an unstable political climate. “To go, or not to go – that is the question.”
A 90-minute Crash Course to Mozart’s Opera

A 90-minute Crash Course to Mozart’s Opera

Imagine Mozart entering the concert hall and discover the electric guitar, the drum set and the piano on the stage, and outcomes his hit tunes with an unexpected twist. Would he be offended, thrilled or puzzled about what is going on? Or perhaps he would fall in love with the new-found electric guitar and called himself a fan of jazz?
Unleashing one’s imagination

Unleashing one’s imagination

His love for painting went way back, long before he was known for the stage name, Hoi Chiu. A chance encounter with sand painting on the internet one day opened up a whole new world for Hoi Chiu. “It simply unlocked my imagination.” He began with some sand and papers at home, and taught himself sand painting after the making a mess of the living room often. And out of the trials and errors, he found a way for himself.