The Extinction of Hong Kongers

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It is 2017, 20 years after the UK handed Hong Kong sovereignty over to China. In a long-lasting see-saw battle between Hong Kong’s democrats and communist China, Hong Kong’s local culture is being slowly eroded day by day. Theatre du Poulet re-creates the historical city of Hong Kong in miniature, using puppets made of recycled materials to show you how Hong Kong will be threatened, destroyed, and finally, extinct.

The Extinction of Hong Kongers is performed in English, with some Cantonese and Mandarin.



Part of the SummerWorks Presentations programming – offering you a snapshot of contemporary performance in 2018. A vital collection of theatre, dance, music, and live art works from across the country.

Theatre du Poulet Created by Carmen Lee, Chun Shing Roland Au, Santayana Li; Written, Directed and Performed by Chun Shing Roland Au, Santayana Li; Music Composed and Performed by Ross Unger; Lighting Design by Kabeer Garba; Set and Costume Design by Carmen Lee, Chun Shing Roland Au, Santayana Li; Stage Managed by Carmen Lee; Produced by Carmen Lee; Poster Designed by Carmen Lee

photo by Carmen Lee

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