Board of Directors
Chairman: Yang Kut Si
Treasurer: Po Wan Ting
Members: Alan Chan, Carmen Poon, Poon Kai Tik, Lee Shun King, Cheung Kam Moon, Po Wan Ting, Dominic Cheung Ho Kin
Company Members
Artistic Creative Director: Yu Chun Kau Jacobhermit
Project Director: Lo Mun Sum Anna
Dramaturg: Cheung Fei Fan
Art Administration Intern Trainee: Ng wing yu^
Production Trainee: Leung Wai Dik^
Accounting Clerk : Kam Sik Hong Martin
Administration Officer : Lee Hiu Man
^ 2023/24 Arts Talents Internship Matching Programme is supported by The Hong Kong Arts Development Council

About the Team

JacobHermit, YU Chun-kau
JacobHermit, YU Chun-kauArtistic Creative Director
As a musical lover, he was invited to be the director of an original musical “I, Ching” by ICG Production Inc. USA. The musical is about the life of Jian Ching, Lady Mao and had it’s world premier in Los Angeles , in 2012.

Jacob Yu is an active contributor to performing arts and entertainment. He works as producer, production manager, director, s cenographer & playwright for numerous Hong Kong performing groups, including Hong Kong Disneyland and now working in Macau Cultural Center as the consultant of Program and Marketing.

1981, he joined the Urban Council Performing Companies as Assistant Stage Manager and became Technical Manager of HK Dance Company in 1988. He also worked as lighting and set designers for the HK Repertory Theatre and Dance Company. In 1987, he awarded the Scholarship from the Robert Black Trust Fund to further his study in the University of Rochester, New York. 1990, Mr. Yu was invited to be the Production Manager of Chung Ying Theatre Company. From 1992 to 1993, he took a new direction as further study at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, specializing in Lighting Design and graduated with Professional Diploma. In 1997, Mr. Yu joined European Scenography Course (ESC), after studying in Utrecht , Prague and London , he was awarded with Master of Arts (Scenography) with Distinctions by The London Institute in 1998.

The awarded that Jacob Yu achieved in the past including Youth Drama Project Script Writing Competition presented by Joint School Drama Project and Hong Kong Arts Center in 1984. In 1993, “ Nuwa Mends the Sky” won “The Best Lighting Design Award” in < The 2 nd Hong Kong Drama Awards>. 1994, “Ten Years Bests Achievements (Backstage)” was awarded in < The 4th HK Drama Awards> as well as ‘The Best Set Design Award” in the 10 th , 11 th , 13 th and 14th with “ Chow’s Family Affairs” , “ The Swordsman – Wong Ng”, “Twelve Angry Men” and “Funny Money” .

In past years, he was nominated as the “Best Director ” with the production “ Laughter on the 23/F” , the “Best Director “& “Best Set-design” with “ Caine Mutiny Court-Martial” and the “Best Set-design” with “ ART” , “A Few Good Men” ,”Tai Chi” , “The Last Bet of my Dead Aunt” and “Sunday in the Park with George”. “ ART” and “A Few Good Men” both won the “Bronze Prize” in Hong Kong Designer Association 2000 and 2002.

Mr. Yu keen on bringing high quality entertainment to the public can be reflected on his passion in Musical. He was the director of “West Side Story” , performed by the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui, presented by LCSD for “A Tribute to the Millennium”in 2000 ; “The Sound of Music” presented by “International Arts Carnival” in 2002 ; “Sai Fung” , an original musical about Young Bruce Lee written by Au Kam Tong in 2003, also involved as a main creative team/set designer in musical “They’re playing our song” (2002) written by Neil Simon, “Oliver Twist” , and “Annie” (2005) , Mr. Yu also a pioneer of producing theatrical performance in local pub .

He also works for as Program Consultant and organized the first “Macau Fringe” since 1999 as well as “Hong Kong MonoFest” – an arts festival presented by in 2001. He was invited by the Netherlands Theatre Institute to join the 2002 “Summer Festivals on the Road”.

Mr. YU was also the founder of Hong Kong Association of Theatre Technicians and Scenographers, c ommittee member of the Hong Kong Federation of Drama Societies, HK Arts Development Council: Committee member of Drama & Traditional Performance Committee (’95) & Examiner/Assessor of Drama Committee. In 1999, Mr. YU together with his friends formed the THEATRE SPACE, a professional theatre company in Hong Kong .

Cheung Fei Fan
Cheung Fei FanDramaturg
FeiFan Cheung graduated from the department of Cinema & Television of the School of Communication of the Hong Kong Baptist University, currently the president and creative director of Chasing Theatre, which he found in 2000.

He Has been penning scripts for different theatre companies; works included The “Passage Beyond” for Actor’s Family, “4.9 Quiet Car” for Harmonic Theatre, The Journey for Prospects Theatre’s Playwright Scheme I, II, III, IV, V, “Freedom…Light years Away” for Radio Television Hong Kong’s (RTHK) TV series “A Wall-less World” and “Love Sick” for “The Moment” series, as well as “Unforgettable” for his own Chasing Theatre. In addition, he was the executive producer of “Soul 21 Grams”, and “Chaozhou Groom”.

He won the 33rd Youth Literary Awards (Drama) with “Delicate Fragrance”, nominated for the Best Script award at the Hong Kong Theatre Libre with “Unforgettable” & “The Crumbled” and was presented the awards for Most Popular Performance and Best Production of the Year for the musical “The Passage Beyond” in the Hong Kong Drama Awards 2010. In addition, he won the Best Script award at the Hong Kong Drama Awards 2015 with “Checkmate”, and worn the Award for Young Artist in Hong Kong Art Development Awards 2010.

Anna Lo
Anna LoProjects Director
Anna Lo graduated from Northcote College of Education and The Hong Kong Polytechic University, majoring in Art and Design in Education. She started her career in the education field as a secondary school teacher and then moved onto the media and communication industry. She was a magazine editor and later a public relaitons consutltant. She was also a part-time lecturer for the department of Journalism and Communication at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

Anna has been active in drama productions since the 1990s. She is a member of the Horizonte Drama Society and the Hong Kong Movie TV Theatrical Society. She had taken part in more than 30 drama productions in different roles including producer, actress, translator, etc. Her latest performances include “Checkmate” of Theatre Space, “I Never Sang for My Father” of Arts’ Options, “Agnes of God” of Brenda Chan Drama Workshop.

Recently, Anna has dedicated her work in planning and organizing educational drama projects for schools and public. She is also an honorary Creative Consultant for Arts’ Options, a charity organization focusing on providing life education programs to youngsters through various art forms.