A rehearsal for Only a Girl, starring Bianca Bautista (left, in dungarees) as Jazz and Creamy So (right, in black top) as Darcy, a teenage LGBT+ play about a 15-year-old who falls in love with another girl and her journey to self-discovery. Photo: Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation
A rehearsal for Only a Girl, starring Bianca Bautista (left, in dungarees) as Jazz and Creamy So (right, in black top) as Darcy, a teenage LGBT+ play about a 15-year-old who falls in love with another girl and her journey to self-discovery. Photo: Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation
Hong Kong

Teenage LGBT play tackles gender identity issues Hong Kong’s young people face more each day

  • Only a Girl by the Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation plots how a 15-year-old deals with conservative parents and homophobia as she discovers her sexual identity
  • Written and directed by HKAYF founder Lindsey McAlister, it features 50 young actors and dancers and aims to expand audiences’ knowledge and perspective

Topic |   Hong Kong
A rehearsal for Only a Girl, starring Bianca Bautista (left, in dungarees) as Jazz and Creamy So (right, in black top) as Darcy, a teenage LGBT+ play about a 15-year-old who falls in love with another girl and her journey to self-discovery. Photo: Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation
A rehearsal for Only a Girl, starring Bianca Bautista (left, in dungarees) as Jazz and Creamy So (right, in black top) as Darcy, a teenage LGBT+ play about a 15-year-old who falls in love with another girl and her journey to self-discovery. Photo: Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation
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