Tim Johanson Productions in association with Julie Clare Productions, Arion Productions and Park Theatre present the European Premiere of

Chinglish

By David Henry Hwang

 

Lobo Chan

Lobo began his performing career as an opera singer, and has since expanded into acting in film, television and theatre.

Lobo can be seen in King Kong, directed by Peter Jackson, alongside Adrien Brody, Naomi Watts and Jack Black and also appeared as Xiang Ping in Johnny English Reborn.

Film includes: King Kong, Johnny English Reborn, My Best Friend’s Wedding (China), Lies and Laudanum, Plastic, Broken.

Television includes: Obsessions: Dark Desires, Holby City, Danni Lowinski (Germany), Peaky Blinders, Sweet and Sour, Spy TV, My Family, Out on a Limb, This Is Dom Joly, Longman English Online.

Theatre includes: Happy End (Central Space Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Haymarket Basingstoke), Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Turandot (Reading University Opera), La Cenerentola (Kenneth Moore Theatre), La Boheme (Opera Nova/Beaufort Opera), La Boheme (City Opera) and Faust (Hampstead Opera)

 

Duncan Harte

Duncan Harte studied English at Cambridge University where he was a member of the Cambridge Footlights. After graduating he worked in documentary filmmaking before moving to Shanghai where he studied Chinese and taught English. On returning to the UK he completed an MA and PhD in film at SOAS, University of London, before training as an actor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS). He is a member of the theatre company Blood of the Young. 

Theatre credits include: Tron Secret Show 1 (Blood of the Young), Paper Cuts (RCS), Coriolanus (Bard in the Botanics), How To Stage a Drowning (On The Verge, RCS), Much Ado About Nothing (RCS), As You Like It (RCS Globe Residency), The Revenger’s Tragedy (Theatre Underground), Twelfth Night (Marlowe Society), The Silliad (Cambridge Footlights), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Cambridge University European Theatre Group) and Dahling You Were Marvellous (Cambridge ADC). 

 

 

Siu-See Hung

Siu-see Hung trained at Arts Educational Schools London.

Theatre credits include: A Colder Water Than Here ( Vaults Festival ), The Blue Bird (Wimbledon Studio), Romeo & Juliet with the London Symphony Orchestra (Barbican), DiaoChan - The Rise of the Concubine (Arts Theatre London), I Wish To Die Singing (Finborough Theatre), Velocity (Finborough Theatre), A First Class Death (Vaults Festival), A Dream From a Bombshell (Albany Theatre), ObamaAmerica (Theatre 503), and Granny Dumpling (Yellow Earth and Albany Theatre),

Her film credits include: Receptionist, Adult Content and Jade Dragon Webseries.

 

 

Windson Liong

Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (London), Lasalle College of the Arts (Singapore).
Theatre includes: Song Unsung, Dim Sum Nights (Yellow Earth Theatre), Hot Pants (Drama Centre Theatre Singapore), Miss Saigon (Malmö Opera), Jack and the Beanstalk, All Workers Go to Heaven, Takeaway (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Love: The Four Letter Word (Union Theatre), The Coffin is Too Big for the Hole (Platform 65), Day I Met the Prince, The Wee Question Mark and the Adventurer, If There're Seasons, I am Queen, Immortalx (The Theatre Practice), Rainbow Fish, Hop & Honk, Moonbird, Summer Swarm of Songs, You are Special (I Theatre), Fugitive (Dramabox) and The Wiz (SRT Young Co.).
Film: After School.
Television: Daddy’s Girls, Incredible Tales, True Courage, @Moulmein High.

 

Candy Ma

Training: Candy graduated from the XingHai Conservatoire of Music in China with a BA(Hons) in Music Performance. She continued her studies at Central School of Speech and Drama, where she received an MA in Music Theatre (2008).

Theatre includes: Mei in Song Unsung (Yellow Earth Theatre, UK Tour 2016), princess in Aladdin (Sadler’s Wells Theatre); Connie Wong in A Chorus Line (Lowry Theatre); West End debut in Avenue Q where she understudied and played the role of Christmas Eve (Noël Coward and Gielguid Theatres) . Other credits include: girl band Cyber Girls (National tour); dance production Spring (International tour); and soloist in Chinese Variety Show (UK tour). Theatre

Whilst at Central: ‘Colette’ in Mathilde and ‘Diva glamour rocker/Mother’ in Christmas Dreams.

Television: Candy appeared in the Saturday night BBC1 show Last Choir Standing as part of the group, Hear Me Now!. She can also be seen in the comedy sitcom, The Brian Jackson Show. Candy was the lead singer in girl band Cyber Girls which won the Best Professional Group and Pepsi New Star awards in the televised 2002 Guangdong Pepsi Music awards. Candy was also a dancer and choreographer for the show Lucky on Guang Zhou Television.

 

Gyuri Sarossy

Theatre includes: The Seven Acts Of Mercy, The Rover, Two Noble Kinsmen (all RSC), Creditors (Young Vic), The Absence of War, The Seagull (Headlong), Earthquakes in London (Headlong/NT), The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd (Orange Tree); Tonight at 8.30 (Nuffield Theatre/ETT), The Hotel Plays (Defibrillator Theatre), ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Cheek By Jowl), The Seven Year Itch, Design For Living (Salisbury Playhouse), Foxfinder (Finborough), As You Like It (Royal Exchange), The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists (Liverpool Everyman and Chichester), Romeo And Juliet (RSC), Twelfth Night, Uncle Vanya (Donmar), The Hypochondriac (Almeida), Luther (National Theatre), Man and Superman, Galileo's Daughter, Don Juan (Peter Hall Company), title roles in Coriolanus and Macbeth (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory) and The Promise (Tricycle).

Television includes: The Coroner, Holby City, Foyle’s War, Einstein and Eddington, Tchaikovsky, Egypt, The Bill, Judge John Deed.

Film includes: Mercenaries, Another Life, Until Death.

Radio includes: Twenty Cigarettes, Getting Nowhere Fast, Dr Who.

 

Minhee Yeo

Trained at: The Poor School, University of Oxford

Minhee is an actress and world traveller with endless curiosity about ‘people’ and languages. Her passion is for sharing stories from all over the world and she is a trained Medical Anthropologist. You can often find her on a yoga mat.

Film includes: Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel Studios), Kotchebi (B3 Media).

TV includes: Strike Back: Legacy (Left Bank Pictures)(BBC), Cuffs (BBC).

Theatre includes: Replay (Edinburgh Festival), Leodo: The Paradise (Edinburgh Festival, Maro).


Rehearsed Reading includes: Death is Nothing To us (Princess Anne Theatre, BAFTA).