The Importance of Being Vulgar

30/04/2009 – 08/05/2009

Year
2009
Author
Edward Lam Dance Company
Abstract

There is much to be said about life in one of the world’s most bustling cities — Hong Kong. Playing with obscene humour and black comedy in its truest form, this play explores the ironic, true side of Hong Kong through its working class, reviewing their attitudes toward daily life, work, relationships, friendships, religion, and politics.

Divided into 60 short scenes, each part reveals an extraordinary perspective on the people of Hong Kong with simultaneous multimedia and live performances, bringing you a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience.

Performed in Cantonese with English subtitles

Director
Felix Ching Ching Ho
Designer
Michael Lau
Cast
Winnie Yeung
Vincent Yim
Billy Cheung
Alphina Wu
Kiki Chui
Jimmy Wong
William Kwok
Pearl Lau
Cherry Cheung
Grace Cheung
Wendy Ng
Crew
Produced by Antony Cheung