Hong Kong Musical Theatre Federation Sha Tin Town Hall Sat-Sun, 7.30pm; Sun also at 2.30pm This city loves Broadway tunes, so it's little wonder that we get so many concerts featuring them. The Hong Kong Musical Theatre Federation goes a step further and will showcase not only well-known hits from shows such as The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and The Lion King, but also numbers from original local musicals such as Bordertown and Love in a Fallen City. Headlining this production will be Michael Heath, Laurie Williamson and local singer/actress Rebecca Pan. 'For the first time in Hong Kong, our own musical theatre talent will perform alongside two Broadway veterans in a production that showcases not only Broadway classics, but original Hong Kong musical compositions,' says federation chairman Mohamed Drissi, who is also choreographing and directing the show. And to give this genre a new twist, the two guest artists from Broadway will sing Hong Kong compositions translated into English. 'It's testimony that musical theatre is loved by people all over the world,' Drissi says. 'Hong Kong is no exception, having been influenced by this ever popular art form. Postcards from Broadway will complete the circle of influence as our own compositions take on new life with Broadway vocal treatment.' Heath, who is familiar with the Hong Kong performing-arts scene, has 27 years' experience on Broadway and boasts credits such as Starlight Express, The Most Happy Fella, They're Playing Our Song, and Les Miserables in Concert. Williamson has performed in Wonderful Town, Ragtime, Singin' in the Rain, The Phantom of the Opera and the world premiere of Whistle Down the Wind. Both also appeared in The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Concert, which starred Sarah Brightman. Pan was a household name in the 1960s and 70s, when she was hugely popular. She also appeared in a number of Wong Kar-wai movies, including Days of Being Wild and In the Mood for Love. This show will feature music from Pai Niang Niang - The Legend of the White Snake, in which Pan starred in 1972.