Wind Mill Grass Theatre
Established in 2003 by Shaw Mei-kwan, Leung Cho-yiu, Joey and Tong Chun-yip, Edmond
Identifies Hong Kong as a creative base; Aims at producing diversified stage performances in different forms to bring out local characteristics and spirit of the locals. Also strives to explore new visions for the audience, conveying the energy inside theatres which resembles the invincible vitality of the “Grass”
Recent productions include: The Massage King, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change! COME BACK, Lazy People Love Traveling, Third and Oak: The Laundromat, Lazy People Are Always Busy, SuperMama Market, Let’s Not Talk About Love, Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love, A Taste of Love and Horror, Proof, Avenue Q (premiere and re-run), Bent, Frankie & Johnny, Crave, I Love You Because (premiere and re-run), Sand and a Distant Star, Home Coming, Peacock Man & Durian Woman, The Pillowman, Shadow Box and I Love You, You’re Prefect, Now Change!
Lazy People Love Travelling
Hong Kong people love to travel. Be it a long vacation or just a short break, we strive at every opportunity to take a trip. We travel frequently and at the slightest reason. In this case, how do we claim that we love Hong Kong? What do we actually expect to gain from travelling? Why do we desire to visit those places, and how did these trips change us?
A sequel to Lazy People are Always Busy in 2015, Lazy People Love Traveling is another original stage play written, produced and played by Wind Mill Grass Theatre’s Shaw Mei-kwan, Edmond Tong and Joey Leung that analyses the ambivalence of the love-hate relationship towards this city that we call home.