Pants Theatre Production

Pants Theatre Production

          

Pants Theatre Production

Founded in 1995, Pants Theatre Production defines itself as a “social witness on stage”. With Wu Hoi-fai as the artistic director, the Company believes that theatre is a way to relate to the society:  to respond, reciprocate and reform.  Pants Theatre Production has produced a number of inspiring and socially engaged theatre works, while taking three directions towards “theatre productions”, “applied theatre” and “research & preservation”. In recent years, the Company focuses more on documentary theatre. Recent critically acclaimed productions include What about Art in Hong Kong, A Hongkonger’s Political Journey: Long Hair, 1967 (premiere and rerun), On the Record, Estate Agents and translated documentary theatre such as Gross Indecency – The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, The Laramie Project and its sequel.

Pants Theatre Production is a recipient of the Three-Year Grant from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.

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