CHAN HANG FAI ANDREW
Andrew CHAN Hang-fai, Artistic Director of the Alice Theatre Laboratory, graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with a BFA (Hons) in Directing and was awarded Outstanding Director from the Academy for his graduation production Woyzeck. In 2009, CHAN was awarded Best Director (Tragedy/Drama) in the 18th Hong Kong Drama Awards and in the 1st Hong Kong Theatre Libre with Seven Boxes Possessed of Kafka. With 1001 Nights of Pasolini, CHAN was also nominated for Best Director in the 3rd Hong Kong Theatre Libre. In 2013, CHAN was awarded Best Director in the 5th Hong Kong Theatre Libre with Endgame. He is recently nominated for the Best Director (Tragedy/Drama) in the 27th Hong Kong Drama Awards with The Hong Kong Three Sisters.
CHAN SHUI YU
CHAN Shui-yu, Administrative Director of the Alice Theatre Laboratory, graduated from the HKAPA with a Professional Diploma in Acting and was awarded Outstanding Actor twice by the HKAPA. In 2007, CHAN received a Master Degree in Drama in Education from the University of Central England in Birmingham. CHAN has published more than 20 drama publications with Andrew CHAN. In 2009, CHAN was awarded Best Actress in the 1st Hong Kong Theatre Libre with Seven Boxes Possessed of Kafka.
TSE MAN CHUN CYRUS
CHEUNG HING FONG ANNA
Anna CHEUNG Hing-fong, Marketing Officer of the Alice Theatre Laboratory. CHEUNG graduated from Lingnan University, majoring inTranslation. CHEUNG was a member of the Lingnan Drama Society, for which CHEUNG handled the administrative work and participated in a number of productions as a backstage team member and performer.
LEE CHUN YING JENNY
Administrative Officer (Education)
LEE contributed her short novels to ZiHua, a local cultural magazine, and The Short Story Dispenser of HKBU Library.
TAM HO HIM OSCAR
TAM was a committee member of Shaw College Drama Club, for which TAM handled the administrative work and participated in a number of productions as Set & Props Designer. TAM was involved in the 21st Intervarsity Drama Festival as a Promotion Officer responsible for graphic design and video shooting.
SEA HAU WUN MIRANDA
SEA was studied in HKAPA APL drama programme and graduated with distinguish honor. As a core member of HKSYU drama society, SEA had served as a director, screenwriter and actor in a number of productions and performances from 2017 to 2020; Director’s work “Farewell” won the “Best Nano Film”, “Best Screenplay”, “Best Cinematography” and “Best Editing” in the 6th “Your Choice” Nano Film Creation Competition.