Having spent the past four years organising pop concerts for the likes of To Man-wai and Albert Au, 3RS Entertainment is now branching out into musical productions. Red is the company's debut stage piece, written by Chung Chi-wing whose work includes 1941 Girl, and features Tam Wai-keung, Mimi Law Man-chor and Chan Man-kwong. Its synopsis reads like Bram Stoker's Dracula. What if you were trapped in a relationship that lasted thousands of years? Is undying love as romantic as it sounds? The show promises to be packed with good tunes (there's already a CD to accompany it) and aims to appeal to the masses. Is 3RS Entertainment to become a smaller version of Spring-time Stage Productions? 'Not really,' says producer Ricky Lo Wai-kee. 'We are all former APA graduates and we just thought it was a good idea to produce a musical now that we have accumulated some stage experience over the past few years.' July 29, 8pm; July 30, 3pm and 8pm. Plus dates in August. (in Cantonese). APA Drama Theatre. $280 Urbtix (tel: 2734 9009). The hype and the publicity machine's claims are incredible - but from all accounts Riverdance deserves - well, at least some of them. And this for a show that was first performed for the Eurovision Song Contest! A fusion of Irish and international music and dance, it broke all box office records during its premiere in Dublin in 1995. Tickets go on sale on July 17. Performances at HK Coliseum, Hung Hom. Oct 13-18, 8pm; Oct 17-18, 2.30pm. Evenings $250-$1,500; matinees $225-$550; students $250-$295. Tel: 2815 1516. If you wake up to find not only that your nose and limbs have dropped off but that so have those of your friends and neighbours, what would you do? Sew everything back together? Sit and do nothing? Mr Wu's File - Missing Person is all about the absurdity of normality. 'This time we really want to get inside the character's head, to put more emphasis on his feelings,' says its writer, Simon Wu. 'The story is going to be a lot more clear and consistent.' The production was staged last year but has been revised. July 20-23, 7.45pm; July 23, 2.45pm (in Cantonese). McAulay Studio, Arts Centre. $100. Urbtix. One reason why everyone is talking about Spring-time's Love Paradox is that, in one scene, actress Perry Chiu (right) wears next to nothing on stage. Well, semi or total nudity (for the sake of art, of course) sells - especially when those stripping are well known. I am not first to realise this. Nicole Kidman stripped down in The Blue Room at the Donmar Warehouse in London last year as, more recently, did Kathleen Turner as Mrs Robinson in The Graduate at the Geilgud Theatre, also in London. Now audiences can't wait until Jerry Hall, ex-wife of Mick Jagger, takes over her role at the end of this month. Meanwhile, Paradox is about love and lust, and is composed of two stories: The Neighbour and Neither He Or She. At the APA Drama Theatre, Wan Chai (in Cantonese) July 14-16, July 18-20 and July 21-23, 7.45pm; July 15- 16 and July 22-23, 2.45pm. July 14-16 and July 21-23, $200-$260; July 18-20, $190-$250. Urbtix.