:: Season Programme・Main Stage Production
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"Road to Damascus"
18.09.2021 - 10.10.2021
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An illusory yet tangible encounter
where reality and dreamscape merge

“A Thrilling voyage in discovery of a spiritual landscape.” — Ingmar Bergman

The Stranger is bestowed with talent and riches, yet he finds himself all alone facing the void. As if predestined, he meets a married woman and they begin a torrid affair. But her husband has long been his sworn enemy. When all is said and done, does redemption or catastrophe await him? Told from the personal perspective, Road to Damascus chronicles a journey of self-discovery epitomising the struggle between man and fate, love, religion and his own ego, laying bare the protagonist’s ups and downs as he refuses to let himself go.

Swedish playwright August Strindberg originally made his name as a proponent of naturalism, but after a series of personal experiences, his style transformed and he became a pioneer of European Expressionism, adept at conjuring a fantastic milieu with monologues that alienate, in settings where imagination and dreamscape are suspended in the grey area between truth and falsehood. Strindberg’s theatrical approach in plumbing the human psyche influenced the development of theatre throughout the entire 20th century.

Fredric Mao directs this production with HKRep veteran Chris Sun in the role of the Stranger, and the cast of Road to Damascus includes guest artists Louisa So and Amy Wu. The local theatre scene eagerly anticipates this Hong Kong premiere that will surely push the boundary of our horizons.


Performance Date & Venue
7:45pm 18^20^, 22, 23-25, 28-30.9.2021
2, 5-7, 8*-9*.10.2021
2:45pm 26#.9.2021
1, 3, 10*.10.2021

Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

$460 / $360 / $260

△Sponsor performance, not available for public sales
#Accessible Performance with Audio Description (Cantonese)  
(Please call 2777 1771 to reserve the audio description device in advance)

*Additional performance

^Public previews
Only Pals member’s discount available

Presented in Cantonese with Chinese and English surtitles
Children under 6 will not be admitted

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Cast & Production Team
August Strindberg (Sweden)
Adaptation & Director
Tang Sai Cheong
Literary Advisor
Lin Kehuan
Assistant Director
Leading Cast
Guest Leading Cast
Louisa So
Special Appearance
Amy Wu
Set Designer
Siu Wai Man
Costume Designer
Cindy Ho
Lighting Designer
Leo Cheung
Lam Kwan Fai
Sound Designer
Jaycee Kwok
Movement Designer
Ivanhoe Lam

Ticketing Discount

15% discount for
– HKRep Pals members

Other Ticketing Discount (not valid for public previews)

50% discount for
– Full-time Students (limited offer)
– Senior Citizens aged 60 or above (limited offer)
– People with disabilities & the minder. For purchase of each concessionary ticket for people with disabilities, the customer can purchase one ticket of same concession for a minder.

10% discount for (only valid for regular priced tickets available at URBTIX)
– Members of CCDC Dance Inspirations
– Club Bravo members of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
– Zuni’s Friends
– Friends of The Hong Kong Ballet
– Friends of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
– Friends of Hong Kong Dance Company
– Chung Ying Theatre “Energy Fun Club” members

10% discount for (only valid for
regular priced tickets available at
URBTIX outlets upon presentation
of valid membership / staff cards)
 – Members of HKAPA Alumni Association
– Members of Hong Kong Chinese
Civil Servant’s Association
– FANCL Club Members
– Staff of Shun Hing Group
– My Book One@SUPerCard members
– Members of Hong Kong Arts
Administrators Association
– Members or Staff of Broadway
Photo Supply Limited
– Members of CCDC Student
Dance Inspirations
– Members of Hong Kong Association of
Theatre Technicians & Scenographers
– Members of Hong Kong Philharmonic
Orchestra (HK Phil)’s Young Audience