Festa Farina e Forca Behind the Scenes

Festa Farina e Forca, Behind the Scenes

Found a bunch of behind the scenes photos from Festa Farina e Forca while I was looking for the performance photos for an article. Not sure if I shared them before, but I definitely should have.

Technology in Superheroes Don't Give a Shit!

Tech Stuff in Superheroes Don’t Give a Shit!

I’ve decided to write up the technical aspects of Superheroes Don’t Give a Shit!, as documentation of the project, and for the enjoyment of my geekier friends. I hope that the performance came across as very audience-centric and performer-driven rather than relying on the spectacle of technical tricks to make it work. That being said, the setup was reasonably complex for a small black box theatre, and it’s interesting for me to discuss how it was done.

Photo by Carmen So

Wild Boar Photos

Photos from the performance of Wild Boar at the Shouson Theatre, Hong Kong. Photos are all by Carmen So.

Superheroes Don't Give a Shit Video Promo

超能人廢能事 | Superheroes

Promotional video for 超能人廢能事 (Cantonese with English subtitles):

Superheroes Don't Give a Sh*t

Superheroes Don’t Give a Sh*t | 超能人廢能事

A devised, site-specific and immersive piece I’m co-directing; shows are from the 9th-19th October.

Wild Boar, We Draman

Wild Boar

Wild Boar 《野豬》 was a restaging of the original Cantonese play by 莊梅岩, produced by We Draman, directed by 鄧偉傑, in which I was the live musician and sound designer.
The show ran from the 4th to the 6th of July at Shouson Theatre.

Actors:陳永泉 關寶慧 陳康 蒙潔 梁子峰

Polyphonic Singing Hong Kong Workshop

Polyphonic Song: Voice and Theatre Practice Workshops

I’m co-teaching a series of workshops with Michelle Li, working with traditional polyphonic songs in a vocal and theatrical context. More information below:

Chinese version / 中文版
Printable English version

Polyphonic song is a tradition of singing in together in different voices, which combine to make the whole sound. The origins of this type of polyphony can be traced far back in the cultures of Greece, Albania, Serbia, and Georgia. Georgian polyphonic song is described by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (alongside Chinese tea). Songs are taught through listening rather than by following scores, and are usually sung a cappella.