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Morning
Synopsis
"Morning shows us the world as it is, not how we fondly imagine it to be. Only its title detains us with hope: little comfort but perhaps enough." (Lyn Gardner, The Guardian)

The Academy’s School of Drama students take on the challenge of this stunning contemporary drama under the direction of award-winning director, alumnus and Senior Lecturer in Directing, Roy Szeto.

“When I was looking for a play which can represent the world as it is today, I came across Morning. Perhaps we will be able to see hope shining through this dark and dystopic world,” said Szeto.

Simon Stephens' play Morning is as bold and shocking as it is thoughtful and disturbing. Written for and with teenagers at London's Hammersmith Theatre, and later presented to enormous critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival in 2012, it explores the motiveless malignity of teenagers who find themselves marooned in a world of meaninglessness. Like many recent plays and movies, it attempts to give voice to the random acts of violence seemingly glibly perpetrated by teenagers on peers, siblings and strangers. But unlike many recent attempts, Simon Stephens, by working with young people, finds a thoughtful and resonating authenticity that makes the audience think as well as witnessing acts of a generation desperately lost but searching for unconditional answers.
Start Sales Date
20 Feb 2017 (Mon) at 10am
Event Nature
Drama in Cantonese
Duration
TBC
Promoter Name
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

The programme information is for reference only. The organiser reserves the right to change programme information or schedule should unavoidable circumstances dictate.
  • Free Seating
  • This production contains foul language and violence scenes, suitable for audience aged 16 or above.
  • Regardless of age, each ticket admits one person only. A valid ticket must be presented for admission.
  • Please keep your ticket(s) properly, no replacement for any loss of ticket(s).
Society of HKAPA members (Purchase at HKAPA Box Office only): $80

Purchase with APA Alumni Association Membership Card (Not apply to Internet & Hotline booking): $80

Group of 10 or more tickets in same transaction (Not apply to Internet Booking): $80
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Date & Time
20 Mar 2017 (Mon) at 7:45pm
21 Mar 2017 (Tue) at 7:45pm
22 Mar 2017 (Wed) at 7:45pm
23 Mar 2017 (Thu) at 7:45pm
24 Mar 2017 (Fri) at 7:45pm
25 Mar 2017 (Sat) at 2:45pm & 7:45pm
Venue
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Studio Theatre
Ticket Pricing
Adult: $95
Full-Time Student / Senior Citizen / Disabled with valid I.D.: $50

Ticket price does not include customer service fee.
Concession ticket holders are required to produce acceptable proof of identity / age for entry.