Adultery and tuna casserole? A drag queen son and an ex-con country singer? These might not normally appear in the same story, but they do now, in the Hong Kong Players' new production, Sordid Lives. Written by Del Shores, it's a black comedy that portrays a dysfunctional white trash family in a small Texan town gathered for their grandmother's funeral. Sordid Lives, restricted to those 16 and above, will have its Asia premiere on May 10 at the Fringe Club and the show will run for five nights. We have a pair of tickets for the May 11 performance going for CitySeen readers. In 50 words or less, tell us why you enjoy black comedy and send it with your details by Wednesday midnight to firstname.lastname@example.org .