Miller Performing Arts: Only a Girl
25/11/2021; 26/11/2021; 27/11/2021; 27/11/2021
This November, 50 talented young local actors and dancers 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?
Theatre Performance #1
Date: 25/11/2021 (Thu)
Theatre Performance #2
Date: 26/11/2021 (Fri)
Theatre Performance #3
Date: 27/11/2021 (Sat)
Theatre Performance #4
Date: 27/11/2021 (Sat)
Venue: Shouson Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Enquiries: email@example.com / 2877 2656
Ticketing: Regular tickets: $300, $250* Concessions: $260, $220* (*Restricted views)
Suitable for: ages 10 and above
Note: Performed in English with Chinese subtitles; Running time approx. 120 minutes, no intermission; Latecomers will only be admitted during a suitable break in the performance. Please note this show contains references to teenage pregnancy, displays of homophobia and violence against LGBTQ+.
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