The Emerging Artist Mentorship Programme is a new initiative launched by Standard Chartered Arts in the Park to support young artists and help a new generation of creative talent develop confidence, endurance and adaptability. The programme is split into three strands: Stained Glass, Wearable Art and Theatre. Led by local professional artists, the programme provides […]
A brave one-legged soldier quietly guards his small town. Waking one morning from a strange dream, he meets other one-legged soldiers. With his new companions, he embarks on a fantastical journey that opens up the wonders of our world. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Steadfast Tin Soldier, this performance is created by professional choreographer […]
A mechanical songbird may be enchanting, but the restorative power of the song of a real-life nightingale is more magical than anything crafted by hand. Created by Natalie Hsu and Jacqueline Lo – two alumni from Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’s Youth Assistant Choreographers programme – and performed by youth dancers from Hong Kong Youth […]
The Brothers Grimm’s tale The Frog Prince is brought to life by a cast of professional actors from Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation. Directed by Lindsey McAlister, the story tells of a spoiled princess whose life changes when she meets an ugly frog by a pond in the palace garden.
Join the professional actors from Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation as they embark on a mischievous journey with The Gingerbread Man. After leaping from the oven of the little old woman who baked him, the cheeky gingerbread man taunts the people and animals who chase him as he runs away, confident in his ability to […]
An ordinary man’s life is changed forever when he shows kindness to a stranger and receives a golden goose in return. Bringing to life the classic tale of The Golden Goose, this new production – directed by Lindsey McAlister and performed by a troupe of professional actors from Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation – reminds […]
“Rapunzel, Rapunzel! Let down your hair!” In a new adaptation of the well-loved tale Rapunzel, directed by Lindsey McAlister, Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’s professional actors encourage us to never give up, no matter what challenges we face.
Inspired by the fairy-tale theme of this year’s Arts in the Park programme, the members of Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’s a capella team RAW perform a new a capella version of A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes. Written for the Disney film Cinderella, and sung by Cinders as she dreams of a […]
This fairy-tale inspired performance by the members of Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’s a capella team RAW is a new interpretation of When Will My Life Begin. Originally featured in the film Tangled, a Disney production loosely based on the story of Rapunzel, the song encourages us to challenge ourselves and seek meaningful adventures.
The theatre strand is overseen by Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’s theatre director Lindsey McAlister and professional actor King Wong, who lead eight passionate theatre graduates to research, write and direct their own solo pieces based on traditional fairy tales.