McMuiMui: RE

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.

MMM:RE Character

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

Body-in-Progress: 聚光dance · 散光show

Body-in-Progress: 聚光dance · 散光show

陳敏兒 Abby Chan (Dance) x 莫偉強 Christoper Mok (Lighting Design)

16 Aug 2015(Sun)7:30pm





戲劇顧問Dramaturg: 陳志樺 Mann Chan
舞者 Dancers:
Frankie Ho
Kenneth Sze
Joseph Lee*
Gabbie Chan

Article about 聚光dance · 散光show by William Chan

On Two Work-in-progress Presentations with Bodies, Lights and Objects

In Your Face – Screen Dance Project

Abby Chan x INJURY

As the world becomes angrier, this video emphasize catching the exaggerated expressions, gestures and actions of rage. The issues may be different, but the anger expressed by people around the world is universally understood, like —– emoji. Film is a natural medium to explore the idea of uncontrollable emotions. The behavior can look cartoonish, clownish, or immature. Hopefully this humorous tone helps to drive home the idea that anger uncontrolled does benefits no one. ACTION (camera phrase) with good intention is in need.

Another attempt of this video is merging film, dance and the fashion design of INJURY together. The name INJURY – when you are being cut and sewn you are in a situation of INJURY same as fabrics. Same as people.

In Your Face

 Director and choreographer: Abby Chan

Performers: Olivia LiLai Tak WaiGabbie ChanPooN ChunhoRebecca Pik Kei WongNcw Rasta Steve

Producer: Jaye Chan
DOP: Billy Tai
Editor: Aka Mok
Special thanks: Rita Tita / Noemie Lafrance / Maurice LaiIvy TsuiJames Yang
Fashion sponsored by: Dan@INJURY


Allegro – E-Side Dance Company


Vibrant ideas raving out striking rhythms of movements.

編舞:林波 阮日廣 黃大徽 古倩婷*

Choreographers: Lam Po, Nguyen Ngoc Anh, Dick Wong, Christine Gouzelis*

11-12.7.2015 星期六 Sat 8pm 星期日 Sun 3pm

Theatre, Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre

“Dick Wong Tai-fai’s solo for Abby Chan Man-yee, Fissure, explores the conflict between the rational and emotional sides of the brain. Chan dances the same sequence of steps over and over while her “other” self, projected on a screen, gives her instructions. The introduction of music transforms the steps as they are accompanied by first one, then another sequence from Stravinsky’s TheRite of Spring. A smart piece performed with commitment by Chan. “

-by Natasha Rogai (SCMP)

ArtPlus review by 洛楓