Graduate of the inaugural class of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts’ School of Drama and received MFA degree in Theatre Practice at the University of Exeter, UK
Fung is now the Assistant Artistic Director of Hong Kong Repertory Theatre.She is an actress, a director as well as the creative curator of HKREP’s Black Box Theatre. In 2014, she has launched the biennial HKREP International Black Box Festival
Received the 15th Shanghai Magnolia Stage Award as Best Supporting Actress for Sweet & Sour Hong Kong (2003). Nominated numerous times at the Hong Kong Drama Awards and was awarded Best Actress (Comedy/Farce) in 1995 and 1996, Best Supporting Actress (Tragedy/Drama) in 1993, 2002, 2015, and Best Director (Tragedy/Drama) for Red (2013) and Attempts on Her Life (2015)
Recipient of the Secretary for Home Affairs’ Commendation Scheme (2005) for contribution to the promotion of culture and the arts
Attempts On Her Life
Hailed as Martin Crimp’s most significant play in the 1990’s, Attempts On Her Life offers glimpses of “Anne”- the mysterious character who, like a wandering spirit, appears in 17 story segments which seem completely disjointed yet thoroughly related. “Anne” has no specific physical appearance, image or even facial feature, yet she feels extremely real. Her tragedy lies within the manipulation, debates, exaggeration and suspicions to which she is subjected; whilst being idealised, invented, glorified, investigated, played with, captured, elevated, and treated with apathy… utter and complete apathy.
Fung’s multimedia version of Attempts On Her Life was awarded Best Director, Best Lighting Design, Best Original Music and Top Ten Most Popular Productions at the Hong Kong Drama Awards 2015.