Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is a blockbuster musical by Andrew-Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
The show is packed with energetic dance sequences and upbeat songs suitable for all ages.
The story is about a handsome young man who has special powers to interpret dreams.
Joseph is his father's favourite child, but his jealous brothers sell him into slavery.
With his ability to interpret dreams, Joseph overcomes all obstacles, reveals his identity and reunites the family.
Directed by Terence Chang and William Yip, the show will be performed by participants of the Summer School in Musical Theatre Production 2004, run by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA). It will be staged tomorrow at 8pm, with a matinee at 3pm, at the HKAPA's Drama Theatre.
Tickets at $40 are available at HK Ticketing on 3128 8288.
The Cavalulu Exhibition, jointly presented by design company Shya-la-la Workshop and French fashion label Agnes b, features an array of black-and-white life-size figures and paintings. The works, based on a comic character called Cavalulu, are on display at two Agnes b stores in IFC Mall and Sun Arcade, Tsim Sha Tsui, until September 5.