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Lo Mio and Chiu Liet: Forbidden Love in Forbidden City – SIFU PRODUCTIONS
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SIFU Production’s “Lo Mio and Chiu Liet: Forbidden Love in Forbidden City” (羅妙與邱麗葉:紫禁城禁忌之戀) is an original adaptation of Romeo and Juliet – one of William Shakespeare’s most popular plays. This retelling turns the romantic tragedy set in the Italian Renaissance into a tragi-dramedy set in turn-of-the-century feudal China, where a cultural clash between the westernized House of Chiu and the feudalist House of Lo becomes the wedge between our star-crossed lovers. With lines such as “O Lo Mio, Lo Mio, whyforth mantao”, Lo Mio and Chiu Liet: Forbidden Love in Forbidden City contains many comedic infusions of its Chinese setting without straying too far from its source material.

Director/Playwright Freddy Tan
Playwright UiHua Cheah
Set Designer Tan Zen Lin
Sound Designer Clarence Chua
Multimedia Designer Nicholas Chin
Costume Designer Dominique Devorsine
Lighting Designer Mohd Fairuz @ Boy
Production Manager Easee Gan
Assistant Production Manager Soo Choy Wah
Stage Managers Kit Hui Min
Assistant Stage Manager Carlos Ong

Alfred Loh
Amanda Ang
Dylan Yeo
Emily Tan
Fahad Iman
Gregory Sze
Ho Su Chuin
Mark Beau De Silva
Shawn Loong
Stefanie Paulus
William Yap