Sh(ar)e

Edward Lam Dance Theatre

Sh(ar)e

Lining up three renowned actresses with three female theatre artists, this interview  bridges across generations and boundaries. From cultural to performing arts, from film and television to theatre, from the 1960s to present day, this trilogy of dialogues will tap into the potential for creativity in theatre of tomorrow.

Edward Lam Dance Theatre

Edward Lam Dance Theatre (ELDT) was founded in 1991 and is currently financially supported by the HKADC’s Eminent Arts Group Scheme. In the past 30 years with over 60 original works in theatre, ELDT has been reflecting cultural phenomenon in the Chinese-speaking regions. Assembling the finest cast and creative team of the time, ELDT has been pushing the contemporariness and possibilities in Chinese theatre with visions and insights.

The Cross-Generational Dialogues of Three Pairs of Actresses

“Experience is priceless; theirs is worth sharing a lot more for culture and for Hong Kong!” – Edward Lam

They are Sylvia Chang Ai-chia, Louise Lee Sze-kee and Elaine Jin Yan-ling.
In the spheres of film, television, theatre and creation, their achievements are prominent and unparalleled. In the eyes of Edward Lam, to be able to reach such a high status, these “actresses” are not only “actresses” whether in terms of performance and creation; they also embody a myriad of things beyond the camera. Hence, Edward Lam have invited them to sh(ar)e with three theatre actresses.

The three theatre actresses are Wong Wing-sze, Birdy Wong Ching-yan and Rebecca Yip Lai-ka.
As a director, Edward Lam said, “I am looking forward and curious to see the sparks and inspirations they will bring.”

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