the LITTLE things in life

every little piece matters

In the bustling chaos of our city, every little one of us has felt the significance of seemingly small moments, the magnitude of the mundane, and the inescapable solitude of urban seclusion.

Here are the stories of 6 men and 6 women, told in 12 different keys and tonalities, and manifested in melodies that capture the ineffable major wins and minor losses, small joys and great disappointments that make up our big, little lives.

Directed by Ivanhoe Lam, with Jordan Cheng as playwright, Yat Po Singers’ Co-Artistic Director Anna Lo as composer, arranger and choral director, alongside lyrics by Leung Pak Kin, the LITTLE things in life redefines the ordinary and the everyday through a fresh perspective and captivating A Cappella theatrical experience.

Featuring the stellar cast of Crystal Cheung, Margaret Cheung, Fung Chi Yau, Natalie Hung, Leung Tin Chak, Ma Hin Yung, Ronald Tsang, Avery Wong and Nick Yam, get ready to immerse yourselves in a suite of seemingly simple stories and everyday emotions as told through their voices. 

Performers

Crystal Cheung, Margaret Cheung, Fung Chi Yau, Natalie Hung, Leung Tin Chak, Ma Hin Yung, Ronald Tsang, Avery Wong*, Nick Yam**

Creative and Production Team

Director: Ivanhoe Lam

Composer/Arranger/Music Director/Choral Director: Anna Lo

Playwright: Jordan Cheng

Lyricist: Leung Pak Kin

Assistant Director: Santayana Li

Sound Designer: Candog Ha

Lighting Designer: Rachel Ip

Set Designer: Jonathan Wong^

Costume Designer: Ainsley So

Cinematographer: Ziv Chun

Production Manager: Katrina Chan

Graphic Designer: Pengguin

Photographer (Publicity): Michael CW Chiu

*2023/24 The Arts Talents Internship Matching Programme is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council

**The Artistic Internship Scheme is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council

^With support and kind permission of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Enquiry

Tel: +852 2154 4233
Email: info@yatposingers.org

Remarks

  • Recommended for ages 6 or above.
  • Programme duration is approximately 90 minutes without intermission.
  • Yat Po Singers reserves the right to change the programme and artists.
  • Hong Kong Arts Development Council fully supports freedom of artistic expression. The views and opinions expressed in this project do not represent the stand of the Council.
  • The content of this programme does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
  • The new work is commissioned by Yat Po Singers Limited in 2024 with partial sponsorship from CASH Music Fund.