Pants Theatre Production
Founded in 1995, Pants Theatre Production was restructured in 2011 with Hoi-fai Wu as Artistic Director and was developed into a professional theatre company.
In 2012, it started receiving the One Year Grant from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. In July 2019, we were promoted to Three Year Grant status.
Our work lies in theatre while we keep a vigilant eye on our community and environment.
We have created a number of remarkable theatre productions relating to various social issues. Recently we advocate documentary theatre, an effective tool to turn meaningful materials into exciting theatrical works with artistic imagination. Recent critically acclaimed productions include The Laramie Project and its sequel : 10 Years Later, 1967, Sweet Mandarin, Gweilo, Estate Agents, On the Record and My Dad,My Mom, My Son and My Daughter...
Wu Hoi Fai
Artistic Director and Co-founder of Pants Theatre Production; Art Form Panel (Festival) Member of Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Exam- iner of Hong Kong Arts Development Council and Adjudicator of Hong Kong School Drama Festival. Graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (BA in English) and the Hong Kong Academy for Per- forming Arts (BFA in Drama - Directing); the Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London (MA in Advanced Theatre Practice – Dramaturgy); Recipient of the Yiqingzhai Foundation Arts Fellow- ship, the Asian Cultural Council in 2008, the Out- standing Young Director Award in 2001 Hong Kong Drama Award and the Award of the Secretary for Home Affairs’ Commendation Scheme in 2017.
Pants Theatre Production acts as the catalyst to produce works that reflect and respond to the Hong Kong society. We believe that theatre can be the witness of our time, as well as advocating changes for a better world. Your support will help us grow and develop in diverse aspects.
Pants Theatre Production is registered as a charitable institution which is exempt from tax under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. Your donation of HK$100 or above will qualify for tax deduction.
Donations of HK$500 or above will be acknowledged in our house programmes of the year.
Donations of HK$100 or above are tax deductible with the official donation receipt.
You are welcome to make your donation by contact us through telephone: 2419 9006; or fax: 2419 9789; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support!