Theatre Farmers(Additional Performances)

Flowers for Algernon

26, 27/5 (Thursday, Friday)
8pm     Macao Cultural Centre Small Auditorium     Tickets: MOP 120, 80

27th May
8 pm

Charlie Gordon is a 32-year-old man with the IQ of an eight-year-old child. Although living in a complicated and confusing world, Charlie retains a simple and optimistic attitude. When he undergoes experimental surgery, however, his IQ sharply increases. Charlie begins to understand and explore his environment and learns the ways of the world. He even tastes love! At the same time, the world gradually reveals its darker side, and Charlie is faced with a dilemma. At this point, he suddenly discovers an astonishing secret…

Theatre Farmers, a flagship theatrical company on the local scene, presents Flowers for Algernon in an adaption from the award-winning novel by American author Daniel Keyes. Directed by Wong Shu Fai, it is performed by a stellar cast of actors who bring to life a touching story of love and tears through their subtle and intense delivery.

Original Work: Daniel Keyes
Playwright: David Rogers
Director: Wong Shu Fai
Translation: Anthony Chan
Costume Designer: Mo Ka Man
Sound Designer: Fung King Hong

Main Cast: Jacky Li, Sam Weng Kan, Tsang Wai Dick, Josephine Leong, Yeung Ying Ying, Lam Teng Teng, Bobby Leong and Leong Fan Kai

Performed in Cantonese/ Abridged Surtitles in Portuguese
Duration: approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes, including one interval
FESTIVAL +: Post-performance discussion

Local performance