What are The Colours of Humanity?

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What are The Colours of Humanity? This is the intriguing question posed by the International Black Box Festival 2016 (ibb2016) which aspires that audiences immerse themselves in different artistic realms to discover the many colours of humanity. Organised by the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre the festival runs from 15 October to 20 November and features productions encompassing a wide range of styles each presenting a different approach to the dramatic text.

HK Repertory Theatre’s Artistic Director Anthony Chan commented, “These six highly anticipated productions are all stylistically unique. We live in an age of complicated emotions and relationships that affect not only the nature of human connection but also our thinking beyond national boundaries. We aim to provide our audience with a wide vista where imagination and creativity roam free among the many facets of our collective, civilized spirit.”

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The curator of ibb2016 Fung Wai Hang explains this year’s focus. “For the inaugural Black Box Festival we chose the theme of ‘body and movement’, while this year we focus on the ‘dramatic text’. In recent years, different approaches to the dramatic text have surfaced. We hope to establish a platform for international exchange, so that our local theatre professionals and enthusiasts can enjoy an enriching encounter with visiting artists through workshops and lectures.”

International Black Box Festival 2016 Programme

La Voix Humaine – Toneelgroep Amsterdam (Netherlands)
15-17 April, 2016 @ HK City Hall, Theatre
During an hour-long performance, a woman is trapped inside a box-like room, holding onto the receiver talking to her ex-lover. For the entire hour, the audience watches her in this emotional roller-coaster ride, becoming de facto “peeping toms”. La voix humaine was written by Jean Cocteau and directed by 2016 Tony Award-winning director Ivo van Hove. (Note this production took place in April).

Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral – Performer Studio (Hong Kong)
15-23 October @ HKRep Black Box
A classic work by the founding father of Singapore theatre Kuo Pao-kun, this play addresses power politics as well as castration, depicting Zheng He’s seven ocean voyages as well as the eunuch admiral’s physical and psychological challenges. It provides a parable on the pressures of modern life, where people are left with little choice: either self-castration or being castrated by others. Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral was written by Kuo Pao-kun, adapted and directed by Tony Wong.

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The 9 Fridas – Möbius Strip Theatre (Wales, Taiwan, Hong Kong)
27-30 October @ HKRep Black Box
The 9 fridas is a mosaic combining a patchwork of impressions and stories depicting the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907–1954), with characters and their stories echoing the real life of Kahlo herself. The 9 fridas was written by Kaite O’Reilly and directed by Phillip Zarrilli, renowned for his psychophysical acting method.

Asagao – Bkyuyugekitai (Japan)
3-6 November @ HKRep Black Box
Asagao was created especially for the International Black Box Festival by Shed Skin playwright Tsukuda Norihiko, who not only wrote the script but also appears in the production. The story takes place after a husband returns after a six-month stint working away from home to discover a deserted house where morning glory vines have overtaken the walls and even the ceiling. Where is his wife? The story crosses time and space incorporating absurdist elements, humour and irony, at the same time; it is tinged with a sense of helplessness. Asagao is directed by Kamiya Shogo.

White Room – White Room Research Collective (Japan, Hong Kong)
10-13 November @ HKRep Black Box
Created and directed by Waguri Yukio, disciple of Butoh founder Hijikata Tatsumi and principal dancer of Asbestos-kan, White Room combines butoh and text in expressing the hearts and desire of seven patients. Written and directed by Waguri Yukio.

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Before After – Creative VaQi (South Korea)
17-20 November @ HKRep Black Box
Divided into sections based on time, Before After shows the changes that occur before and after a devastating event. A time before and after is created after a tragic, irreversible event. What experiences do we go through that make us realise that an event has affected ‘our’ lives? What happens as a point in ‘my’ time on stage suddenly meets ‘yours’ space. Before After is a collective work directed by Kyung-sung Lee.

The International Black Box Festival 2016 also includes workshops, talks and a symposium hosted by artists from around the world. Speakers at these events include Theatre du pif’s Artistic Director Bonni Chan, Japanese butoh master Waguri Yukio, Professor Winton Au, Professor Chiu Chui-de, Kaite O’Reilly, Tony Wong, Tsukuda Norihiko and Kyung-sung Lee. For more information on workshops, talks and symposium visit the festival’s website www.hkrep.com/ibb2016.

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International Black Box Festival 2016
Date: 15 October – 20 November, 2016
Venue: HK Rep Black Box Theatre
Tickets: $280 from Urbtix

10th Chinese Drama Festival

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The Chinese Drama Festival (CDF) is a drama extravaganza in Chinese organised roughly every two years by China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. 2016 is the tenth festival and runs from the 2-24 April. Previous festivals have been hosted in Beijing (1996), Hong Kong (1998 & 2007), Taipei (2000 & 2009), Macau (2002 & 2011), Kunming (2004), and Hangzhou (2014).

The CDF features ten drama productions by local and international theatre companies, a series of Chinese drama seminars. Here’s a synopsis of the drama productions:

Footprints in the SnowFootprints in the Snow (Opening Production)
Legendary Cantonese opera playwright Yip Fei Hung in his last letter to his son Eric, reveals his yet-to-be-produced script, currently hidden in “Ying Seung”(“congealed box”). In search of the script, Eric recollects more about his father’s life and love, and also an ambiguous relationship with a retired male actress. Discover the playwright’s unrevealed sensation and his unique artistic vision through his footprints.

Footprints in the Snow
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre
Date: 2-13 April, 2016
Venue: HK City Hall, Theatre
Tickets: $300, $250, $180 from Urbtix
More info: 2, 3, 5-6, 7, 8-9,11-13 April – 7:45pm; 3 April – 2:45pm

The CaptainThe Captain
A large-scale original production presented by the the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre which focuses on raising awareness of the environment and heritage preservation.
The Captain
Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre
Date: 8pm, 14-16 April, 2016
Venue: Tsuen Wan Town Hall, Auditorium
Tickets: $280, $200, $140 from Urbtix
More info: In Putonghua with Chinese surtitles

Life After Life
An Infusion of Zhuangzi’s philosophy into contemporary story through a re-interpretation of Taoist classic anecdotes:

The present: Assistant professor Zhuang Sheng deciphers the book of Zhuangzi and finds the world of pre-Qin philosopher Zhuang Zhou becomes clearer…

Warring States Period: The resigned Zhuang Zhou fakes his death to escape from troubles, but life has changed completely when he wakes up…

Life After LifeThe life of Zhuangzi of ancient times and Zhuang Sheng of modern times overlap. What would they choose and give up facing lust, fame and wealth? Who could tell if Zhuang Sheng enters the world of Zhuang Zhou, or Zhuang Zhou dreams of Zhuang Sheng from more than 2,000 years later?

As reflected in “Zhuang Zhou’s Butterfly Dream”: is Zhuang dreaming that he is a butterfly, or is the butterfly dreaming that it is Zhuang? Two “Mr. Zhuang”s; one new story.

Life After Life
8CM Drama Factory and Jalent (Beijing) Culture Communication Co. Ltd
Date: 8-10 April, 2016
Venue: HK Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre
Tickets: $280, $180 from Urbtix
More info: 8-9 April – 8pm; 9-10 April 3pm

Nowhere NearNowhere Near
A revelation of the concealed brutality in a family through physical theatre. At the New Year reunion after a funeral, the mere distance of a dining table makes members of a closely-knitted family seem distant and estranged, wounds hidden under the dining table are about to be torn apart.

Nowhere Near
M.O.V.E Theatre (Taiwan)
Date: 8-10 April, 2016
Venue: Tsuen Wan Town Hall, Auditorium
Tickets: $280, $200, $140 from Urbtix
More info: 8-9 April – 8pm; 9-10 April – 2:30pm; In Putonghua with Chinese surtitles

MacbethMacbeth
Macbeth does murder sleep… a rendition of Shakespeare’s classic tale in Cantonese. After a victory, King Duncan’s foremost general, Macbeth, is confronted by three demons who prophesy that Macbeth will soon become King, and the heirs of his best friend, Banquo, will become kings after Macbeth’s death.

Spurred on by his powerful wife and his own ambition, Macbeth murders King Duncan and seizes the throne. Macbeth has Banquo murdered but Banquo’s son escapes – as does King Duncan’s son, Prince Malcolm. Then Macbeth murders the wife and son of General Macduff who, in turn, wants revenge

Macbeth
Date: 7:45pm, 13-14 April, 2016
Venue: Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, Auditorium
Tickets: $160, $120 from Urbtix
More info: In Cantonese with Chinese and English surtitles

A Doomed BugA Doomed Bug
One night, in a canton coffee shop at the back lane of a casino, a misfortunate mob leader is enjoying his last supper, fried beef noodles, in an unauthorized secret room. But a running woman and a reckless student make the supper complicated.

Just as the smuggling boat has been waiting and the escaping time is running close, there come a team of police and an undocumented worker. But the secret room make no way to escape. Everyone was thinking how to leave this canton coffee shop secretly. However, the situation has just got out of control.

A Doomed Bug
Macau Hiu Kok Drama Association
Date: 8-11 April, 2016
Venue: HK Repertory Theatre Black Box
Tickets: $160 from Urbtix
More info: 8-9, 11 April – 8pm; 10 April – 3pm; In Cantonese

NitehawkNitehawk
This is just an ordinary family, one you can find anywhere, one that talks but never communicates, one whose members keep on wishing time would pass quietly so that when the end comes, they can bowl over everything and start all over again. And yet, every night, the nitehawk’s cries outside the window are stirring up the sleeping, repressed cells in their bloodline.

Nitehawk
Drama Gallery
Date: 8-10 April, 2016
Venue: Shatin Town Hall, Cultural Activities Hall
Tickets: $180 from Urbtix
More info: 8-10 April – 8pm; 9-10 April – 3pm; In Cantonese

Mother Courage in ChinaMother Courage in China
Survival is only possible with courage. In the days of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (AD 907-960), war seemed to be endless. Mother Courage was carrying her cart together with her three children, selling everyday items to make a living. She was afraid of war, but even more the end of it. Surviving war with her children was not easy, making a living after war did not seem to be easier…To survive, there is nothing more to rely on except courage.
This masterpiece of Brecht is not only a story of a courageous mother but also of universal value. Following The Chalk Circle in China, Class 7A Drama Group is again going to revise Brecht’s work into ancient China context.

Mother Courage in China
Class 7A Drama Group
Date: 8-10 April, 2016
Venue: Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre, Theatre
Tickets: $240, $180 from Urbtix
More info: 8-10 April – 7:30pm; 9-10 April – 2:30pm; In Cantonese

Will You Please Be Quiet?Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?
An adaptation of three selected works by Raymond Carver which explores the coincidence and turns in everyday life. The husband has been lying on the couch since unemployed, by then his wife observes life starts to get rotten, like food in their fridge. Hit by the sudden death of their son, the couple immense themselves in grief and fluster, until a baker irritates them with calls. A man, alone and lonely while his wife is away, gets a call and an invitation from a woman who dials the wrong number. Carver is often regarded as the ‘American Chekhov’ for his depiction of nobodies with strong humanity. The characters lives are immersed in mundanity and difficult relationships, but at the same time lack a sense of vitality

Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?
Piece by Piece
Date: 1-3 April, 2016
Venue: HK Repertory Theatre Black Box
Tickets: $180 from Urbtix
More info: 1-2 April – 8pm; 2-3 April – 3pm; In Cantonese

GweiloGweilo
Novelist Martin Booth came to settle in British colony Hong Kong in the 50s when his father was assigned here with the British army. His childhood coincided with the emergence and growth of Hong Kong as one of the most prosperous metropolises in the world. He has a direct experience of East meeting West. In 2002, diagnosed with brain cancer he wrote a a memoir about his unforgettable relationship with the city. He died shortly after he finishing Gweilo.

Although Hong Kong is no longer a colony, this history is part of our present identity. In the last hundred years, there have been a number of people with similar experience of Martin Booth. Based upon Gweilo, we will look for similar stories to enrich the original story and create a new bilingual solo performance and examine the distinctive colonial history of Hong Kong through the lens of a golden boy.

Gweilo
Pants Theatre Production
Date: 15-24 April, 2016
Venue: HK Repertory Theatre Black Box
Tickets: $220 from Urbtix
More info: 15-16, 18, 21-23 April – 8pm; 16-17, 23-24 April – 3pm; In Cantonese and English

A Moveable Feast

Hong Kong Repertory Theatre: A Moveable Feast 2016-17

Under the theme A Moveable Feast, the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre 2016-17 season offers 15 productions ranging from international classics, local new works, translations of beloved masterworks as well as original musicals, in addition to the 2nd International Black Box Festival.

At the launch Artistic Director Anthony Chan said of the new season “Time flies, and the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre has been going for 39 years. As the most established professional theatre company in Hong Kong, we have continuously strived to sow the seed of theatre in the local soil, to offer cultural nutrients, so to speak, to the general public, and to offer a sumptuous feast of live performing arts, contributing to the wider arts sector of our city. As we look forward to the milestone of our 40th anniversary, we are thankful towards our many predecessors who have guided our growth and development throughout the journey. We are grateful to have Dr. Daniel Yang, HKRep’s very first Artistic Director, and Dr. Fredric Mao, our Director Laureate working with us this season. I hope that this “Moveable Feast” of theatre will not only be sumptuous treats to be enjoyed, but also inspire and provide many new ideas and opportunities for reflection, through presenting the vast and diverse range of flavours of the theatre world”.

Here is a brief introduction to the HKRep’s Moveable Feast’s productions:

Footprints in the SnowFootprints in the Snow
A script newly rediscovered is the “footprints in the snow” of a late playwright. It is also a love that could not be let go and a clash between two generations of Chinese operatic art. Footprints in the Snow’s world premiere production inaugurated the Ko Shan Theatre’s New Wing; the current new production will be directed by Anthony Chan, Artistic Director of HKRep, with a new cast and crew, running from 2nd to 13th April at the HK City Hall Theatre. It is also the opening production for the 10th Chinese Drama Festival.

Whose Wife is it Anyway?Whose Wife is it Anyway?
Olivier Best Comedy Award-winning British farcical comedy classic Whose Wife is it Anyway? follows the story of a political figure who is constantly under public scrutiny. He has just made a classic mistake – having an affair. His wife approaches the hotel where he meets his lover, and a murder has just taken place at the hotel. Is it possible to still come out of the situation with his reputation untainted? Dr. Daniel Yang, HKRep’s very first Artistic Director directs a production that runs from 28 May to 12 June at the HK City Hall Theatre.

The Sin FamilyThe Sin Family
Following The Last Supper, Matthew Cheng brings to the live stage another black comedy examining family relationships in Hong Kong, boldly exposing the ever-declining sense of traditional values by the new generation. Mr. and Mrs. Sit have raised their son with abundant material comfort, his every move along the way is impeccably planned and executed. Their son has wanted for nothing – except for a “harmonious” family. On a rare occasion, the family of three finds themselves in the same room… An absurd yet tragic struggle within a family. Directed by Fung Wai Hang, Resident Director of the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, The Sin Family runs from 22 July to 1 August at the HK City Hall Theatre.

Three BrothersThree Brothers
A mother has left behind a huge inheritance, leaving her three sons to try and come up with a plan, and as a result get on the nerves of their better halves. Three women not related by blood are losing their tempers for an inheritance that has nothing to do with them. Three Brothers bring rising star playwright Tang Sai Cheong and director Lee Chun Chow, a winner of both the HK Drama Awards’ Best Director Award as well as Best Actor Award. The production runs from 6 to 14 August at the HK City Hall Theatre.

Hu Xueyan, My DearHu XueYan, My Dear
The time is late Qing dynasty. Hu Xueyan, one of the country’s wealthiest merchant, is actively acquiring weapons and military supplies, in full support of General Zuo Zongtang against the threat of foreign invasion by the Eight-Nation Alliance. Li Hongzhang, who has been at odds with Zuo over the years, is closing in on Hu in an act to eliminate those who get in his way. How does Hu, at the peak of his career, tackle with the situation? Winner of the HK Drama Awards Best Script Award, Hu Xueyan, My Dear is another collaboration between playwright Paul Poon and director Roy Szeto, following the acclaimed Qing court drama The Emperor, his Mom, a Eunuch and a Man. The production runs from 12 to 30 October at the HK City Hall Theatre.

Field Of Dreams - A MusicalField of Dreams – A Musical 2017
In 1936, Lee Wai-Tong, the King of Football in Hong Kong, led the Republic of China football team, the Asian champion, to compete in the Berlin Olympics. Eight footballers from Lo Wai, a small fishing village made history taking their dreams and passion beyond Hong Kong, into the international arena. The world premiere of Field of Dreams received four HK Drama Awards. With Leon Ko as composer and Chris Shum as lyricist, the duo behind the Hong Kong musical film Perhaps Love, Field of Dreams is directed and written by Anthony Chan, Artistic Director of HKRep. The 2017 production runs from 7 to 15 January 2017 at the HK Cultural Centre Grand Theatre and features the Hong Kong Dance Company and a live orchestral accompaniment.

The HomecomingThe Homecoming
Philosophy professor Teddy returns home from the U.S. to the U.K. with his wife Ruth. While at home, the couple’s relationship begins to change and the distance between them grows. Teddy’s father Max later finds out about the flirtatious relationships between Teddy’s two brothers and Ruth. As Teddy considers going back to America with her, Max comes up with a surprising suggestion…What path would Ruth follow? Only she herself can decide. Written by Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter, The Homecoming was awarded the Tony Award for Best Play. Employing controversial language and depicting equally provocative relationships, The Homecoming reveals the abnormality and corrupted conventions in the patriarchal society of 19th century Britain. Featuring a new translation by Paul Poon, the current production is directed by Ceri Sherlock, Chair of the School of Drama at the HK Academy for Performing Arts. The production runs from 7 to 19 March 2017 at the HK Arts Centre Shouson Theatre.

Black Box Productions

Sing Your Life a Musical
Drunken birthday parties, tear-jerking wedding banquets and major family gatherings that bring everyone together – if these no longer keep you entertained, or if you have lost interest in work, love, or even life itself, we will tailor-create songs that are exclusively yours, turning the best moments in your life into beautiful music to form a musical theatre piece, so that you can share your own story with friends and family on weddings, birthday parties and family gatherings. Brought to you by HKRep actor and actress Pichead Amornsomboon and Kwok Ching Man, Sing your Life a Musical: 14-26 June at the HKRep Black Box.

Roads to Chicken Pie
In a future city, the DNAs of chicken have been altered to become just like those of human. As a result, chicken has become a culinary delicacy. These chickens have been trained to speak to the restaurant’s customers before being slaughtered. The chicken pies into which they were made are exceptional and simply unforgettable. Driven by the desire to become a real human being, chicken #0926 decides to take control of its own destiny at all costs and escapes its cage. In this city where chickens and human are hard to differentiate, who can escape fate and achieve the so-called real freedom? Roads to Chicken Pie, part of the New Wrighting Series, runs from 14-23 January 2017 at the HKRep Black Box.

An Unjust Good Fellow
One day, a priest sees an old scavenger being pushed onto the ground on a street. He comes over to help, yet in her confusion she sues the priest for injuring her and demands a compensation of $66,600. A lawyer friend suggests the priest pay the compensation in order to resolve the case. The priest believes justice must be upheld and rejects the suggestion. The lawyer soon finds the evidence to clear the priest’s name. Yet at this point the priest decides to show mercy and changes his mind and chooses to withhold the truth. In a world where moral values have become twisted and distorted, is remaining true to one’s principles the only way forward? An Unjust Good Fellow, part of the New Wrighting Series, runs from 11 to 20 March 2017 at the HKRep Black Box.

International Black Box Festival 2016 – The Colours of Humanity

Toneelgroep Amsterdam (Netherlands): La Voix Humaine
Adapted from a work of the same title by renowned French Poet and Director Jean Cocteau, La voix humaine is directed by Ivo van Hove, Artistic Director of Toneelgroep Amsterdam. Halina Reijn stars in the tale of a woman who lingers at the edge of a complete emotional breakdown after breaking up with her boyfriend. Through telephone conversations, she attempts to rescue a love already lost. Dwelling on her memories and delusive thoughts, she makes a decision in the end – a decision of life. The first production of the International Black Box Festival 2016. La voix humaine: 15-17 April at the HK City Hall Theatre.

Performer Studio (Hong Kong): Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral
Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral is Performer Studio Hong Kong’s reinterpretation of a timeless classic by Pao Kun Kuo, a forefather of Singaporean theatre. Zheng He, the great navigator, politician and military strategist achieved extraordinary success, yet he was still suffering from the humiliation and anger of being castrated. Both his body and his soul suffered. In a fiercely competitive contemporary society, people may seem happy on the surface, but inside they may well have suffered from various levels of castration, their identities deformed and twisted. Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral: 15-23 October at the HKRep Black Box.

Mǒbius Strip Theatre (Taipei): The 9 Fridas
Taipei’s Möbius Strip Theatre presents The 9 Fridas written by British playwright Kaite O’Reilly and directed by Phillip Zarrilli; a renowned advocate of a system of theatre training in which body and mind become one. The work utilises soliloquys, dialogues, videos and narrations to create and examine Frida Kahlo’s struggles with life. The artist is celebrated for her bold and vibrant self-portraits, depicting herself in her iconic unibrow. She used her physical disability and her unyielding will power to challenge conventional gender ideas, political tyranny, and the power dynamics of various kinds. The 9 Fridas: 27-30 October at the HKRep Black Box.

Bkyuyugekitai (Japan): Asagao
Asagao is a new work created last year by playwright Tsukuda Norihiko, the main creative force behind Bkyuyugekitai in Japan for the International Black Box Festival. Following Shed Skin, Asagao is another allegorical tale with a fantastical plot, featuring the playwright himself as an actor. After working away from home for six months, a husband returns, only to find that the wall and the patio of the house are overgrown with morning glory vines, suggesting that it has been left vacant for a while. Yet the night before, he was still speaking to his wife on the phone. An estate agent appears all of a sudden, bringing with him a secret that leaves the husband in even greater confusion of his wife’s whereabouts. Asagao: 3-6 November at the HKRep Black Box..

Creative VaQi (South Korea): Before After
Before After is created collectively by young South Korean director Lee Kyung-sung and the actors. The work is divided into sections based on time. It shows the changes that occur before and after a devastating event. A time before and after is created after a tragic, irreversible event. What experiences do we go through that make us realize that an event has affected “our” lives? The play begins by answering this question. Before After: 17-20 November at the HKRep Black Box.

Marriage

Marriage
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre
Date: 12-13, 15-20, 22-24, 26 September, 2015
Venue: HK City Hall, Theatre
Tickets: $280, $240, $180 from Urbtix
More info:
12, 15-19, 22-24, 26 September – 7:45pm
13, 19-20, 26  September – 2:45pm
Fri – Sun: $280, $240, $180
Tue – Thur: $260, $220, $160
Presented in Cantonese with Chinese & English surtitles

Marriage

Marriage
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre
Date: 12-13, 15-20, 22-24, 26 September, 2015
Venue: HK City Hall, Theatre
Tickets: $280, $240, $180 from Urbtix
More info:
12, 15-19, 22-24, 26 September – 7:45pm
13, 19-20, 26  September – 2:45pm
Fri – Sun: $280, $240, $180
Tue – Thur: $260, $220, $160
Presented in Cantonese with Chinese & English surtitles

Marriage

Marriage
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre
Date: 12-13, 15-20, 22-24, 26 September, 2015
Venue: HK City Hall, Theatre
Tickets: $280, $240, $180 from Urbtix
More info:
12, 15-19, 22-24, 26 September – 7:45pm
13, 19-20, 26  September – 2:45pm
Fri – Sun: $280, $240, $180
Tue – Thur: $260, $220, $160
Presented in Cantonese with Chinese & English surtitles

Marriage

Marriage
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre
Date: 12-13, 15-20, 22-24, 26 September, 2015
Venue: HK City Hall, Theatre
Tickets: $280, $240, $180 from Urbtix
More info:
12, 15-19, 22-24, 26 September – 7:45pm
13, 19-20, 26  September – 2:45pm
Fri – Sun: $280, $240, $180
Tue – Thur: $260, $220, $160
Presented in Cantonese with Chinese & English surtitles