Macao Arts Festival
21 - 22 May 2009
Grand Auditorium, Macao Cultural Centre
Life is always elsewhere.
Hui Ying, a middle-aged woman, finds out her husband is having an affair while working abroad; this news shatters the home she has tried hard to maintain for years.
Yinling returns to Shanghai upon losing her daughter but cannot forget her relationship with an older man in the country she left behind.
The elderly Wen De wants to go to Shanghai's Waibaidu (Garden) Bridge to fulfil a promise he made 40 years ago.
Sufen leaves Singapore, but she makes a pact with her husband to meet him at the bridge 40 years later.
A prostitute is torn between returning home or staying with her Nanyang lover. Where does her heart belong?
|Director, Playwright||Kok Heng Leun (Singapore)|
|Playwright||Nick Yu Rongjun (Shanghai)|
|Assistant Director||Koh Hui Ling (Singapore)|
|Set Designer||Sang Qi (Shanghai)|
|Set Construction||Xu Xiangen (Shanghai)|
|Sound Designer||Wang Yixuan (Shanghai)|
|Music Composition||The Observatory (Singapore)|
|Lighting Designer||Psyche Chui (Hong Kong) (by Kind permission of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts)|
|Assistant Lighting Designer||Chen Lian Yin(Shanghai)|
|Costume Designer||Hu Xiaohui (Shanghai)|
|Video Designer||Eva Tang (Singapore)|
|Technical Manager||Low Shee Hoe (Malaysia)|
|Tour and Publicity Manager||Rachel Lim (Singapore)|
|Publicity Manager||Huang Yiping (Shanghai)|
|Interactive Media Creation||Vincent Wong, James Kong, Frankie Chan (Hong Kong)|
|Movement Designer||Xiao Ke (Shanghai)|
|Co-producers||Ang Hwee Sim (Singapore), Michael Zhang & Wu Jia (Shanghai)|
|Production Manager||Zhang Shanshan (Singapore), Jin Guanglin (Shanghai)|
|Cast Manager||Zhang Huiqing (Singapore)|
|Stage Manager||Yap Seok Hui (Singapore)|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Jed Lim (Singapore)|
|Lim Kay Siu|
|Supported by||National Arts Council|
|Commission of Singapore Season in China 2001 and Singapore Arts Festival 2008|
|Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, School of Theatre and Entertainment Arts|
|Hong Kong City University, School of Creative Media|