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Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation
We reach over 800,000 people every year, creating and presenting the very best in art.
25/11/2021, 26/11/2021, 27/11/2021, 27/11/2021
Miller Performing Arts: Only a Girl — Advance School Bookings
This November, 53 talented young local dancers and actors take the stage to present Only a Girl – a bittersweet LGBT+ tale about a girl’s road to self-discovery. Written and directed by HKYAF’s founder Lindsey McAlister, Only a Girl begins with a chance encounter on the MTR that turns 15-year-old Jazz’s predictable world upside down. As the sparks of first love ignite, she learns how to navigate conservative parents, a nosey sister, curious friends and a new secret life. But will she find a way to live fully and openly? Advance school bookings are now open. Best seats available are offered to schools who book for the Saturday 27 November 2:30pm and Thursday 25 November 7:30pm performances. Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so book now! Please fill out this booking form and return it to email@example.com. Performances 25, 26, 27 | 11 | 2021 7:30pm - 9:30pm 27 | 11 | 2021 2:30pm - 4:30pm Advance School Bookings special price for students: $180 each. For every 10 student tickets booked, we offer 1 complimentary teacher ticket. Additional tickets for teachers are $260 each. Tickets for the public will be available for sale from October 2021 on POPTICKET. Regular tickets: $300, $250* Concessions: $260, $220* *Restricted views
Spotlight on YAFies: Alicia Tang
“What I enjoyed was being able to work closely with the youth choreographers – the youngest was only seven years old! For many of them it was their first official HKYAF project, and you could see them observe and absorb the level of professionalism our director Lindsey expects. It was really satisfying to see their growth!”
Art Angels (CSR)
Art Angels: Interested in corporate volunteering?
Heaven is not the only place to look for angels – kind and generous souls can be found right here in the city. Every year, HKYAF helps a variety of corporations to fulfill their Corporate Social Responsibility needs by providing fun and unusual hands-on art experiences that enable their employees to give back to the community. Through innovative activities such as mural painting, public art treasure hunts, puppet making workshops and African drum jamming, Art Angels brings the magic of the arts to communities who seldom get the chance to experience it, including children from low-income families and special needs youth. Help us ignite someone's dream through art – together we can provide a supportive, rewarding experience and shape the lives of those who are less fortunate.
#hashtag – Live Recording for Schools
Last November, HKYAF presented the gripping original production #hashtag live on stage. Through theatre, dance, music and video the performance brings to life the powerful and sometimes deceptive world of social media, and shines a light on issues facing many young people today, such as cyber bullying, abortion, suicide and self-harm, that are often considered taboo. Written and directed by Lindsey McAlister, the sold-out production featured a cast of 25 of the most talented youth actors and dancers in Hong Kong and was a resounding success, with much positive feedback from the audience, cast members and parents. We are now pleased to offer a free-of-charge recording of the live performance of #hashtag to schools interested in sharing it with their students. Apply now and receive a link via email to download and/or stream the recording. Notes for Schools * This show contains mature themes, including cyber bullying, abortion, suicide and self-harm and may cause emotional distress. Teachers should watch the recording in advance to ensure that it is suitable for their students * Suitable for ages 10 and above * Performed in English without subtitles * Running time approx. 100 minutes Synopsis Five teenagers join an elite chatroom, eager and ready to impress. They click. They swipe. They post. They laugh. But soon they discover that not everything is quite what it seems.
Spotlight on YAFies: ayip
Spotlight on YAFies: Wendy Tsang
"If you don’t understand, don’t be shy to ask! There are so many different ways to work things out, you need to be creative and put in 100% to get the best results. Don’t be quick to criticise someone else’s way of dealing with problems – see things from their perspective, understand their intentions and learn from experience. And always show your passion!"