A Wedding Invitation
(Formerly know as The Tale of H-15)
面對著即將清拆的街道，有人上街示威抗議，有人亦會淡淡然接受搬遷的事實；外國回流的記者－傑，面對著這個充滿著香港歷史意義深重的唐樓區，在他的鏡頭下除了有即將消失的瓦礫 ，當中亦有叫人忘卻不了的事；傑從訪問中認識了這三個將要搬遷的人－封閉自己的電車男; 待嫁入豪門的港女及剛為人父的同性戀者，他們看似是淡淡然的接受搬遷的事實，然而他們在 這條將消失的街道上所建立過的感情，會否就此淡淡然的忘卻？
2011年 6月 3 - 4 日 (晚上八時十五分)
2011年 6月 4 - 5 日 (下午三時正)
陳健迅 周詠絲 黃思豐 鄧冠恆 王君傑
盧卓安 楊麗詩 辛展偉
現場樂隊： 孔奕佳 羅鎧欣 譚景華
After the handover in 1997, Hong Kong had gone through massive changes and Lee Tung Street (a.k.a. Wedding Card Street) is one of those. In a traditional point of view, wedding unites two families and Honghonger see marriage as one of the most important thing in life. From the mid-20th century, wedding card shops gathered in Lee Tung Street where it becomes a symbol of local culture. However, the HKSAR government announced a rebuild scheme in early 2000 which all shops and residents will be evicted. Protest was made but did not change the government’s decision. The street is now immersed in a new shopping/residential area.
Sponsored by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, the musical premiered in 2011 in Hong Kong as a “Jukebox Musical” featuring Canto-Pop music. The story begins with a documentary film director interviewing three residents where he discovers how they feel about their roots and how they face changes. The three residents represent different reaction regarding the rapid changes. There will be re-writes to accommodate the new issues came up after 2011 and original songs will be written to replace Canto-Pop music in the future productions. The musical feature nine actors and a live band of three musicians. There will be bamboo scaffolding as the set to suggest the rebuild process and also to give a Hong Kong touch.