Good Things Happen Thrice
The outside is disturbing, turn inwards to better prepare for our future ——Tang Shu-wing
The past few years have been universally the most emotionally and intellectually provoking, which inspired the three reflections of Tang Shu-wing: “The Unfettered Hour” Solo x “Farewell” Film Screening x “Tang Shu-wing” Painting Exhibition
“The Unfettered Hour” Solo (Re-run)
During his break time, a radio programme host talked to his wife residing overseas in order to save their marriage. Is he courageous enough?
“The protagonist made an incisive point about the current situation of Hong Kong.” Ting Yu, Theatre Critic
“The theatre craft of Tang Shu-wing has been growing increasingly sophisticated and significant.” Kuh Fei, Theatre Critic
Tang was adept at performing solo and duo works in the 1990s, such as “Miss Margarida’s Way”, “Two Civil Servants in a Skyscraper”, “Two Men on a No Man’s Land” and “Millennium Autopsy”, which are all pioneers of physical and devising theatre. He focused on directing after the millennium and only performed in a handful of ensemble works, yet he was able to transform deftly abstract physical expression into genuine realistic vocabularies. He even won the Best Actor in a Leading Role in the Hong Kong Drama Awards with “Sunshine Station” in 2003. Uncovering some unseen sides of Tang, the premiere of “The Unfettered Hour” received overwhelming critical acclaim among professionals and audience alike with three sold-out performances last year. Now, the show returns, with an additional English version made for international audiences. This is an opportunity that comes once in a blue moon, don’t miss it!
31.3 – 1.4.2023 7.30pm
McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre
*Running time approximately 1 hour
Assistant to Director︱Cassandra Tang
Lighting Designer︱Zoe Cheung
Sound Coordinator︱Chan Kwun Wang
Stage Manager︱Leung Chung Yin, Ray
Presented and Produced by Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio
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2022 Oct - McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre