It's a stage play pretending to be a reality show, and judging by the poster (pictured), there's plenty of nudity too. Well, it's many men's fantasy to see their favourite female TV presenters in the nude. Is Shirlee Tsoi Wan-wa, arguably the city's hottest racecourse commentator, going to oblige? 'It's too early to say,' she said. 'It may not be necessary from an artistic point of view, and we may need to be classified [by the authorities] if we do go nude.' Um, I take that as probably a no. God is a DJ, based on the play by German writer Falk Richter, is about a disc jockey and his lover, a trash TV presenter, who decide to broadcast their life together as a reality show. The script had to be translated from the German into English and then Cantonese. It examines, said Tsoi, how the new media undermines our sense of privacy. Tsoi may be uniquely suited to the role, since few people have worked in most of the major media formats in Hong Kong. A university major in journalism and communication, Tsoi has worked as a weather girl, a TV reporter, stage dancer and longtime freelance actress. Her latest incarnation is as a Jockey Club racing commentator. Her programme, which can be seen on ATV, targets connoisseurs who want the club's own postmortem take on the results of the races and the performance of horses and jockeys. 'It's for punters who do their homework,' Tsoi said. Will the Jockey Club be upset if one of its presenters takes off her clothes? 'I don't know, they don't know about the play yet,' she said. They do now.