Caroline Worra, hailed by Opera News as “one of the finest singing actresses around,” stars in The Merry Widow by influential twentieth-century Austro-Hungarian composer and conductor Franz Lehár.
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Qing Dynasty Pu Songling ghostwriter’s classic is adapted into Hong Kong Dance Company’s award-winning grand dance drama L’Amour Immortel, depicting the doomed romance between an alluring ghost and an honest scholar.
Acclaimed dance artists Mui Cheuk-yin and Xing Liang are joined by veteran theatre director Tang Shu-wing in this performance of Thunderstorm which re-illustrates Cao Yu’s classic play with body language.
In the dance Puz/zle, award-winning Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui questions the inertia of our views of history and cultural evolution through imagery and metaphor.
Inspired by the Causeway Bay Books disappearances in 2015, Little Theatre Workshop puts on a play that touches on how Hong Kong is being shrouded by paranoia and pessimism under political uncertainties.
Seriously Funny, an award-winning dance comedy by Polish comedic ensemble Fair Play Crew will leave you and your family in stitches this December.
Lung Wai Cantonese Opera Troupe, established by veterans Lee Lung and Wong Chiu-kwan, performs three Cantonese opera classics: Liu Jinding Crashes Four Gates, A Nocturnal Trial and Ten Charges against Yan Song.
As part of the Cantonese Opera Young Talent Showcase programme, the Cantonese Opera Appreciation Series at Yau Ma Tei theatre examines the traditional art from a modern perspective through the eyes of local literary scholars, poets, actors and singers.