‘Chinese Sex and the City’ adaptation The Woman in Kenzo brought to the stage in Hong Kong by award-winning composer Leon Ko

//‘Chinese Sex and the City’ adaptation The Woman in Kenzo brought to the stage in Hong Kong by award-winning composer Leon Ko

‘Chinese Sex and the City’ adaptation The Woman in Kenzo brought to the stage in Hong Kong by award-winning composer Leon Ko

After a decade-long wait, multi-award winning Hong Kong composer Leon Ko Sai-tseung brings The Woman in Kenzo to stage at the Kwai Tsing Theatre on October 16.Set in Hong Kong during the 1970s, the musical adaptation, directed by Roy Szeto, comes from the novel of the same name by Peter Dunn Siu-yeu, and follows the story of protagonist Mary Chin as she discovers who she is in a new and changing world.“In a very loose sense of the word, it’s a pastiche of the ’70s. In a time where people in…

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