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The 2nd Academy Festival Presents: School of Drama Programmes

15 Feb 2018


1. Who's Afraid of Lord of the Flies


02 - 05 May 2018 ‖ 19:30

05 May 2018 ‖ 14:30

Venue : Academy Drama Theatre


Drama in Cantonese

This production contains foul language and violence scenes, suitable for audience aged 16 or above.


Written by British writer William Golding and published in 1954, the novel Lord of the Flies reveals to us a group of children, in the midst of a wartime evacuation, stranded on an uninhabited island where they try to establish the order of life. Threatened by death, their instinct for survival gradually turns the island into a battlefield of power, leading them into the dark side of human nature. The play extends the story to a point in time when a few of the children become grown-ups and find themselves in a heap of ruins resulting from an air raid of another war. The ambience of the wasteland is reminiscent of the days on the island when they got into fighting, costing the lives of some little friends. Overwhelmed with grief and perplexed by what they have done, they fall into a retrospective journey of the past...


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2. Musical Cabaret (Open Dress)

Musical Cabaret


17 May 2017 ‖ 19:30

Venue : Academy Studio Theatre


This production contains foul language and sensitive content, suitable for audience aged 12 or above.


This is the 4th year since the School of Drama relaunched the musical theatre training for acting students in 2014. Musical Cabaret is a unique in-house project for acting students to practice and master their performance techniques for the musical theatre stage. Excerpts of musical pieces from well-known Broadway & West End productions will be selected for acting students.


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