DON'T FEEL threatened if you meet someone with strange looks or super powers this weekend. Some of them have eyes all over their bodies. One can only breathe in but not out, another cries continuously. They are the performers of i-D Generation - A Go-Go Weekend Theatre: Citizens SUPER, staged by On & On Theatre Workshop. The street performance will tour the SAR from this weekend until March next year. The performance - part of the Community Cultural Ambassador Scheme organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department - will kick off on Sunday at Yan Oi Town Square, Tuen Mun. It will move on to other districts, including Tai Po, Kowloon City, Wah Fu Estates, Chai Wan, Sheung Shui, Stanley, Wan Chai, Central, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yuen Long and Sheung Wan, the following weekends. Through various media, including puppetry, mime, story telling, rap, body painting and musicals, 15 'super citizens' will display their amazing powers on the street and tell how they make it through hard times thanks to them. Emily Cheng Yee-chai, one of the directors of the street performance, said the show aims to encourage people to explore their hidden talents and abilities. A preview performance was staged in To Kwa Wan last Sunday. One of the 'super citizens', 21-year-old Adonis Yuen Kam-wa, said: 'I'm so happy! Many people were watching us and it gave me a great sense of satisfaction.' Another performer, Hugo Poon Chi-tung, 18, said: 'It's fun and exciting! As we do not have a fixed audience, we have to think of ideas to get the attention of passers-by.' The performers invited passers-by to take part in their show to try to break the ice. Since the street performance culture in Hong Kong is not as strong as that in European countries or in some other Asian countries such as Japan, some people were taken aback by the performance. Cheng said the public were not used to street performances. 'People are generally hesitant about watching street performances, but we have learned how to communicate with the audience through experience.' Apart from the 25 weekend performances, a Creative Performance Space exhibition will be held at beaches, pubs and parks. Seminars and workshops on various performing media will also be organised.