Jordan Cheng (front) as Ah Sai and Clinton Zhang (back) as a guardian of hell in “The Impossible Trial”, a musical that premiered at Hong Kong’s Xiqu Centre on September 13. Photo: Winnie Yeung@Visuals Voices
Jordan Cheng (front) as Ah Sai and Clinton Zhang (back) as a guardian of hell in “The Impossible Trial”, a musical that premiered at Hong Kong’s Xiqu Centre on September 13. Photo: Winnie [email protected] Voices

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Hong Kong musical The Impossible Trial has its issues but the songs are superb

  • A co-production between Freespace and the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, The Impossible Trial follows a greedy and immoral lawyer in 19th-century China
  • Jordan Cheng’s performance of ‘The World in a Grain of Rain’ is the show-stopper, proving that he is without doubt one of the best musical singers in Hong Kong

Jordan Cheng (front) as Ah Sai and Clinton Zhang (back) as a guardian of hell in “The Impossible Trial”, a musical that premiered at Hong Kong’s Xiqu Centre on September 13. Photo: Winnie Yeung@Visuals Voices
Jordan Cheng (front) as Ah Sai and Clinton Zhang (back) as a guardian of hell in “The Impossible Trial”, a musical that premiered at Hong Kong’s Xiqu Centre on September 13. Photo: Winnie [email protected] Voices
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