Every Little Thing

We all used to be a trouble kid,

having a "splendid" punish time by mom.

We all used to join the gangs,

faking the authorities, challenging the impossibility.

We once want to get rid of the childhood,

and now we think we grow up too fast?



  Performance Details

Date:       3-4/11/2012  (Sat & Sun)  4pm
10-11/11/2012  (Sat & Sun)  4pm
17-18/11/2012  (Sat & Sun)  4pm

TC2 Cafe‧Workshop (G/F., 106 Portland Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong)

Ticket: $120/ *$80(*Full-time Students/Senior Citizen Aged 60 or Above)  
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Ticketing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Or 9791 1196 (Miss Ma)


  Production Team

Director/ Script    Cathy SK Lam
Producer    Angel Chan
Lighting Designer/ Stage Manager    Vincy Leung
Creative Actress    Angel Chan, Cathy Lam, Vincy Leung, Man Ip# 
Video/Photography    Joey Kwok@Bo-Chi Workshop
Ticketing    Elsa Ma

*Length of the performance is about 60 minutes without intermission, latecomers is not allowed after the performance started. 

# With kind permission of Alice Laboratory Theatre and the Internship Scheme is provided by Hong Kong Arts Development Council


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林倩嬌 二零一二年十月二十五日

Director's Word


Creative Actress


Angel SY Chan (Company Manager)

Graduated from the School of Drama of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama (Honours), majoring in Acting; “Drama-In-Education techniques for Drama tutors” by the School and Chung Ying Theatre Company; “Certificate in East/West Theatre Studies” by the University of Hong Kong SPACE. During her study, she received Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarship, Ben & Benson Company Ltd Scholarships and The Hongkong Bank Foundation Hong Kong – Mainland Exchange Scholarships, and visited Sichuan and Tokyo.

After graduated from HKAPA, Angel has continued acting and physical training in PIP School, Philippe Gaulier Master class and Horizon Theatre Studio Ltd after graduated. Whereas, she joined Theatre Horizon in 2007, and as Education & Outreaching Manager in 2010-12, which produced and performed various school touring productions: ”Searching for the Happiness Ville” (Drug Abuse), “Super Politeman: Happy School” (School category), “Super Politeman: Happy to Begin” (Social & Library categories), “The Broken Window” (Collaboration with The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong).

Recent theatre performances: The 10th Chinese Drama Festival ─ Piece by Piece “Will you please be quiet, please?”; ThreeWoods Playwright “All about Ruby”, “The Immigration Lottery” (Participated in Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014, Umbrella Festival 2015 & Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016), “The Height” (Charity Production Commissioned by REN Coaching Research Institute), “Shi Yī “, “Bon Voyage”, “Every Little Thing”, “Revelation of Love”, “The Reborn?” (Gospel play), “The Curious Incident of a Little Girl”(Hong Kong & Guilin Version) (Collaboration with Ma Chai Sand Art), and as Producer in《寂。Solitaire》 (Collaboration with TwoMouthRice). Hong Kong Repertory Theatre “Boundless Movement” (First & Re-run & Guangzhou), “Caligula” and the Pre-show; Ming Ri Institute for Arts Education “Five Children and It”, “What time is it, Uncle Fox?”, “Princess Ice-Lolly”, “The Frog Groom”,  “The Boy becomes Rabbit Mama”, “The Goose of Pipi”, “Muddlehead Tiger” (Collaboration with Sun Sun Arts Troupe) and participated the 3rd National Puppet & Shadow Competition of Golden Lion Prize (Mandarin version); Theatre Horizon “The Leftout”, “Winds of Change”, “Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!”, “Defiance” (First & Re-run); Spring-Time Experimental Theatre “Hello Hong Kong” (Musical), “The House of 72 Tenants” (First & Re-run); Prospects Theatre: Playwright Scheme X “Preservation/ Are you a doctor?”, Playwright Scheme VI “Solitary map”; Methodist Evangelistic Ministry “Looking for Ideal once again” and “Selling LOVE”; Make Friends with Puppet “The Little Snowman & Sunflower”, etc. For school touring: Sun Sun Arts Troupe “Chinese shadow Phantom” (Shadow Puppet); Theatre Ensemble “Save the Dolphins”; Exploration Theatre “Sit out ideas”. Besides, she also appeared in commercials and government propaganda: Narcotics Division, Hospital Authority, promotion of West Kowloon Cultural District, Burger King, etc.

Angel is also an experienced acting coaching, cooperation included “Drama in Pre-primary Education: Funful Learning Project” and the research project “A School, Theatre and University Partnership in Integrating Drama into Preschool Curriculum”, which launch by Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, so as to assist the development of drama curriculum in early childhood at schools. Moreover, she has co-operated with St. James’ Settlement Continued Education Centre and write the drama programme “Be the Master of your Emotion ─ Pre-school Drama (Emotional) Education Programme” and coaching in both pre-school and teachers’ drama workshops.

In 2011, Angel joined ThreeWoods Playwright and working as the Company Manager. In 2012, she has received funding from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council under the Emerging Artists Project Grant, she established Syan Production, created and produced “The Anonymous”. [Director, Playwright and Actress]

She is currently working as an Actress, Theatre Arts and Education Coach, and Adjudicator of the Hong Kong School Drama Festival.

Cathy SK Lam (Artistic Director)

Cathy SK Lam (Three Woods) is the Artistic Director and the founder of ThreeWoods Playwright. 

She received MSc in Social Research Method (Philosophy) from the London School of Economics and BA Hons (Magna Cum Laude) in Political Science and Analytical research from the University of California. She studied voice and acting class in Pasadena City College with Anita Adcock and Whitney Rydbeck. During her studies, she joined the backstage of school's show case "King Lear" and " Hotel Paradiso".

After she graduated, she joined Horizon Theatre Studio and received acting training there. She became the company manager of Theatre Horizon and appointed as the Executive Manager in Theatre Horizon Company Limited during 2008-2011. During her time in Theatre Horizon, she has been performed and produced in numbers of production of Theatre Horizon included "The City's Tiger Moth ", "Writing Winds Writing Waves", "Who Beat The Roaches In My House?"(Starring), "Mysterous!The Snow White's Backstage"(Starring), "Rose and Rosa", "Hey God, Did You Drop Something?!"(Starring), "Can't Play Won't Play" By Dario Fo(Translator & Starring)、"Winds Of Change" (The Chorus Leader)、"I AM HAPPY"(One Man Show)、"The Leftover"(Playwright & Executive Director), "French Kiss" (Awarded as one of the most popular production in the 21st Hong Kong Drama Award)、School Touring"Super Politeman: Happy School"(Playwright & Starring), "The Broken Window" , cooperated with The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong(Playwright).

Besides Theatre Horizon, she has also worked with other company, such as Syan Production "The Anonymous" (Producer and Actress), and Dramatic Activity "Three Of Us" (Playwright and Director). As a christian, she also created gospel play "Merry Christmas! Or Not?" and "The Reborn?"

In 2011, she has received funding from Hong Kong Arts Development Council under the Emerging Artists Project Grant, she established ThreeWoods Playwright in the same year, created and produced "Revelation Of Love" , "Every Little Thing", "Bon Voyage" , " "Shi Yī" 
and "The Curious Incident of A Little Girl (Hong Kong & Guilin Version)" (Collaboration with Ma Chai Sand Art), "Solitaire"  (Collaboration with TwoMouthRice) , "The Immigration Lottery" (Premiere in Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014, 2015 Hong Kong Umbrella Festival & 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival) , "The Height" (Charity Production Commissioned by REN Coaching Research Institute) and "All About Ruby", “Coffee.Sand.Theater” (The 100th Cohort of City and Guilds Barista Course Celebrating Activity).

She is currently acting and public speaking instructor coaching in both elementary schools, secondary schools, college and NGOs. She also engaged in advertising script writing and appearing in government propaganda. Cooperation includes the Hospital Authority, Burger King, the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, Life Leading Association and Chu Hai College.

She also started blogging in 2013, and her article could be found in Magaristo.com, thestandnews.com and memehk.com. 

She is currently working on her first culinary book "Grandma and The Theatrical Home Cook".


Vincy Leung (Technical Coordinator)

Vincy Leung received her BEng in Computer Science and Msc in Information Technology from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. 

Vincy joined Theatre Horizon in 2007 and the latest role was technical coordinator. Productions worked for Theatre Horizon including: "Rose and Rosa", "Hey God, Did You Drop Somthing?!", "I AM HAPPY", "The Leftout" (actress and lighting design), "French Kiss" (first run and re-run), Theatre Horizon x Tracy Fok "Au Bord de la Vie".

She also worked for other performance groups as SM/DSM including "RELEASE‧RELIVE" of Double Double Creation, "孤圖" and "搏擊會" of Prospects Theatre – Playwright Scheme, "The Gospel" of Ivy’s Ballet School, "YBA Education Project 2012–Spring Gala"of Youth Ballet of Asia, "Princess Ice-Lolly" and "The Frog Groom" MingRi Institute for Arts Education, Mimi x Joseph "Over-come/Over.come", "The Anonymous" of Syan Production, "Humming Dialogues" of TwoMouthRice.

She joined ThreeWoods Playwright in 2011 as technical coordinator and lighting designer. Performance involved are "The Revelation of Love", "Every Little Thing", "The Curious Incident Of A Little Girl" and "Bon Voyage", "Shi Yī", "Solitaire" (Collaboration with TwoMouthRice) , "The Immigration Lottery" (Premiere in Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014) and "The Height".

Man Ip


Man Ip, Arts Administration Management Trainee# in Alice Theatre Laboratory, graduated with a Bachelor of Art (Hons) Degree in Language Studies with Business from the Department of English of Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2006. During her tertiary studies, she actively participated in drama performances as an actress and assisted in production coordination as a playwright, a director and a stage manager.

She began her theatrical career in her secondary study and went on to perform in stage productions, theatrical troupes, summer drama courses, play productions and various films. She has had extensive acting and movement training at Theatre Horizon, and applied her knowledge in the play productions and the teachings.

She has been working as a drama instructor since her graduation. She works as a freelance drama educator in Theatre Noir and cooperates with primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong. She instructs students in creating, rehearsing and producing drama plays. She works as a director for the schools in the Hong Kong Drama School Festival. In 2010, she worked for the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre in launching a drama training and producing a play production for 6-11 year-old kids in Summer Children Course, SPEAK UP KIDS. She also shows her all-round talent in instructing backstage skills, such as Stage Management, Costume Design and Make-Up.

In 2011, Ip worked for the We All Live in the Forbidden City - Education Outreach Programme, which was launched by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation and the Design & Cultural Studies Workshop, which reached the primary school students with lively workshops.

Ip designed a vivid public guided tour, Finding the Losing Five Senses and worked as a docent for the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre in 2011. The public became acquainted with different kinds of visual art creations and the well-equipped studios for trained artists.

Ip keens on making contribution to the society, so she works closely to the non-profit making organizations. She tailor-made a drama training programme for YWCA, which aimed at building self confident and strengthening the communication skill for the unemployed school drop-outs. She is now designing and launching a drama training programme to the mentally handicapped.

Ip believes drama education enlightens people. It let us reflect over ourselves and helps us to be a better person.

 # The Internship Scheme is provided by Hong Kong Arts Development Council

   Angel Chan

 Cathy SK Lam

  Vincy Leung

  Man Ip






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