Artistic Director / Co-curator / Choreographer
Independent choreographer and dancer Kenny Leung studied Chinese Dance at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and holds a Master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Performance from the Taipei National University of the Arts. A keen explorer of the infinite possibilities of performance and physical movement, he has worked and toured with a number of Hong Kong and international choreographers, and collaborated with artists in different fields. His most notable choreography projects include The Lament of the Wind, Body Codes: Post-Colonial Blue Birds and the dance battle theatre Battle-Or-Not.
Creative Assistant / Performer
A drama graduate from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, stage actor Anson Chan has appeared in a number of high-calibre productions for the Hong Kong Arts Festival, Theatre Horizon, On & On Theatre Workshop and Prospects Theatre. His graduation project, the stage play The Black and the Blue of a Man, received Best Production Award and was included as one of the “Top Ten Most Popular Productions” at the Hong Kong Drama Awards (2013). Besides acting, Chan is also an up-and-coming playwright. His play Pigdog was produced by Prospects Theatre under its Playwright Scheme in 2012.
Creative Assistant / Performer
Rain Chan is a graduate of Hong Kong Baptist University’s School of Communication. A trained hip-hop dancer, Chan has performed in modern dance and theatre productions such as the Hong Kong Arts Festival programme The Trouble-maker’s Concerto, and the Autistic Genius musical Good Times. He won the What's up Doc Hip Hop Crew Battle with the group Strangers. He is also the winner of the Hong Kong Street Dance Championships 2017 (Hip Hop) and Hip Hop Hooray 2018 (open class).
Director / Playwright
Freddy Wong holds a Bachelor’s degree in Directing from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts’ School of Drama, where he was awarded Outstanding Director for his graduation play All god’s chillun got wings. Since graduating, he has worked with various theatre companies in Hong Kong as a theatre director and actor. His most important directing credits include The Edges (2012), Searching For Da Vinci (2012) and The Tale of H15 (2011). Wong also has a Master’s degree in Cultural Studies from Lingnan University, and is a vintage saxophone enthusiast and collector.
Composer / Band Leader
Lego Shum is a self-taught drummer, composer and performer who enjoys cross-media collaborations with local and international artists. Blurring the boundaries between different artistic disciplines, his work often involves experimentation with various music styles. As well as being a musician and theatre performer, the multi-talented artist also performs circus acts, dances and can juggle fire.
Since graduating from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2011, Jan Wong has become a prolific set and costume designer. Apart from his theatre design work for productions such as Ceri Sherlock’s Der Park, Roy Szeto’s Hu Xueyan, My Dear and The Yellow Rubber Duck by Edmond Lo, he has also developed several dance projects, including Moodless II: Severely Unaffordable. Wong was nominated for Outstanding Set and/or Costume Design at the 2019 Hong Kong Dance Awards for Guan Yu’s Ride of 1,000 Miles, and won Best Stage Design at the 2019 Hong Kong Drama Awards for Hu Xueyan, My Dear.
Zoe Cheung studied Theatre Lighting Design at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Since graduating, she has worked on a number of productions for Hong Kong Dance Company, Zuni Icosahedron, DickCanDance, Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio and Theatre Ronin. Some of her lighting design work has been seen overseas at the Zawirowania Dance Theatre Festival in Warsaw, Festival Off Avignon, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Adelaide Fringe Festival. Outside of the theatre, Cheung has collaborated with Hong Kong artist Jaffa Laam on her installation projects. Cheung’s first album of drawings, Travelling Mandala, was published in 2018.
Ainsley So is a set and costume designer based in Hong Kong. After her studies at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, So started her career in theatre design at Chung Ying Theatre Company. She is now a freelance theatre designer, working for a variety of drama, musical and dance productions. Her recent costume design projects include Trinity Theatre’s Still Young and Dustykid on stage, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre’s Speaking in Tongues and The Ward, Chung Ying Theatre’s Alive in the Mortuary, and the experimental multimedia production Guan Yu’s Ride of 1,000 Miles, presented by New Vision Arts Festival.