Actor takes on multiple role in tragedy

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 12 October, 1993, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 12 October, 1993, 12:00am

A STREET performer has been killed in a car crash: was it suicide, a murder or just an unfortunate accident? People, both professionals involved in investigating the case and family are drawn together by the tragedy, forced to evaluate their true relationship to the deceased.

Gradually, the distance separating these ordinary lives from the street performer becomes painfully apparent, even comic.

Instead of the traditional theatrical design, a new and exciting idea - the ''installation'' approach to set design is used.

This altered perspective is enlivened and enhanced by the use of the ''one-man-show'' approach, with Paul Lee taking all the roles, ending up in an intriguing story - ordinary people's lives glimpsed through the alternative window of a multi-media theatre via the installation.

Paul Lee is a recent graduate of the APA School of Drama. Paul was invited to perform at London's Barbican Centre with the Academy last year.

The same year, he also won the scholarship sponsored by the Jackie Chan Foundation Trust as well as a scholarship funded by the Standard Chartered.

For more details, call Miss Loy Ho (producer) on 516-2354.