Tai Kwun Dance Season 2019

MMM:RE by McMuiMui Dansemble (HK)

Dream Team by Dana Ruttenberg (Israel)

Morphing by Enoch Cheng (HK)

Mind Flowing – Workshop / Showcase / Battle

MMM:RE by McMuiMui Dansemble (HK)

16 Strings and One Body by Renana Raz (Israel)

Toscanini String Quartet Concert

Date & Time

4 - 6 Oct, 2019 (04-05.10.2019) 8pm; (05-06.10.2019) 3pm


JC Cube


$220 (Adults);$140 (Full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, and people with disabilities and the companion; limited quotas)


Co-Presented by


Ticket refund for the cancelled performances on 5 Oct

Customer can refund at the Tai Kwun Visitor Centre with the original ticket intact from 11 October to 10 November 2019. The Visitor Centre opens daily from 10am to 8pm.

Note: Any ticket refunds should be applied for in person during the period mentioned above; no refunds will be processed after the period. All service / handling / administration / postage charges levied by URBTIX are non-refundable.

For enquiries, please contact us at 35592600. Thank you for your understanding.

McMuiMui is a local dance duo founded by dancer-choreographers Abby Chan and Waimei Yeung. The duo made their marks in the world as early as in the 2000s, and has gone on hiatus for the last decade to pursue different paths in America. Celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2019, McMuiMui reunites in rejoice at their hometown, reprising their iconic humour and style – after 10 years of ripening, transformation and reflection. It is about the duo’s lives, Hong Kong, identity, age and gender from both the personal and universal perspective. The work is set to unveil the weirdest facets of Hong Kong urban life and its funny anecdotes, lifting the exuberant femininity effortlessly.


Production Team

Choreography and Performance: Abby Chan & Yeung Wai Mei

Dramaturgy: Vee Leong

Curation: Felix Chan

Production: Georgina Lo

Performance: Caroline Chan#, Linda Lam, Iris Lau, Sharon Yau*

Stage Design & Promotion Photography: Yuen Hon Wai

Lighting Design: Alice Kwong

Music Design and Performance: Arm Charm

Costume Design: Cheng Man Wing

Video Design: Adrian Yeung# & Guy Cheung

Key Visual Design: Peter Bird Studio

*With kind permission of Chung Ying Theatre Company

#With kind permission of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Supported by

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.

  • Latecomers will only be admitted until a suitable break
  • Recommended for ages 6 and above
  • Presented in Cantonese with some English. No surtitles

Tickets | $220 (Adults);$140 (Full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, and people with disabilities and the companion; limited quotas)

Tickets now available at Urbtix

Discounts (Only applicable to standard tickets; limited quotas)

  1. 15% off for each purchase of 4 different programmes; 10% off for each purchase of 3 different programmes; 5% off for each purchase of 2 different programmes
  2. 15% off for each purchase of 4 standard tickets of the same programme; 10% off for each purchase of 3 standard tickets
  3. 10% for CCDC Dance Inspirations and Student Dance Inspirations members

Abby Chan

Choreography and Performance

Abby Chan is a graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. She was a dancer and guest choreographer with the Hong Kong City Contemporary Dance Company as well as the founder of Chan-can-dance Theatre and co-artistic director of McMuiMui Dansemble. She received the Lee Hysan Foundation Fellowship of the Asian Cultural Council to present her work in the United States and expand the horizons in her dance career. She is also a four-time recipient of the Hong Kong Dance Award.

Her choreography has been performed in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Taipei, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo, Kyoto, Malaysia, Sydney, Sao Paulo, Colorado and New York.

Recently, Abby was invited to participate in the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority’s “ON VIEW: Hong Kong” dance film installation exhibition, and International Co-Lab Artist Residency program which taking place in Edinburgh, Auckland and Hong Kong.


Yeung Wai Mei

Choreography and Performance

Yeung Wai Mei graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts majoring in Modern Dance. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Iowa in 1993.

She has since been teaching, choreographing and performing around the world. Her choreography has been presented by major dance festivals in Asia, Europe, and America in cities such as New York, Beijing, Guangzhou, Taipei, Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Melbourne, the Philippines, Singapore, Copenhagen and Montpellier. She was awarded the Hong Kong Dance Alliance Dance Award for three consecutive years for her outstanding choreography and performance.

In addition to dancing, Wai Mei co-owns Barefoot Yoga Studio on the U.S., teaches Yoga Teacher Training internationally; she is also a certified massage practitioner, devotes her passion on healing human physically, mentally and emotionally.

About McMuiMui Dansemble

McMuiMui Dansemble was founded in 1997 by independent contemporary dance choreographers and dancers Abby Chan and Yeung Wai Mei, who are also activists in the local theatre scene from 1997 to 2009. Their first two collaborations Running Wheels and Siesta – before HK’s return premiered in New York (1996) and later brought to Hong Kong (1997). Their production Something Strange in the Air wowed the audience in 1998 at the Independent Dance Festival in Hong Kong. Afterwards the duo was invited to the Tokyo International Dance Festival, Taipei Crown Theatre Festival and Seoul International Dance Festival. In 2005, Love in a Doggy Bag premiered at the Fringe Festival in Hong Kong and toured to the Huayi Festival in Singapore. The production also won the Hong Kong Dance Award in 2006.

Since then, McMuiMui Dansemble used their unique and outstanding style to talk about love, sex, lust and death; discussing female aging bodies while questioning how society objectifies women; explored the theme of dislocation and the strangeness of life in a “foreign” land; looked into Chinese classic literature Butterfly Lovers with a two women version, using songs, gadgets, wit, sensational touch and zany humor.