Graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London in MA Theatre (Applied Theatre), and earned his BA English degree at University of Central Oklahoma, Lee is a librettist, director and practicing dramaturg in Hong Kong. Lee is the Regional Managing Editor (Hong Kong) for The Theatre Times. Instagram: clement_lee_theatre
David Mead is editor of SeeingDance.com, covering dance in the UK, Europe and East Asia. He also writes regularly for Dancing Times in the UK and other international publications, and has contributed to several books, most recently Ballet: The Definitive Illustrated History, published by Dorling Kindersley in 2018. David is also a choreographer, working largely with full-time vocational students in Taiwan.
Launched in 1973, the Hong Kong ArtsFestival is a major annual festival in the region and the territory's premier cultural event. Featuring local and international artists in an eclectic array of music, theatre, dance, and popular entertainment, the Festival takes place in over a dozen venues in February and March. In addition to commissions, the Festival publishes and produces original work, mainly in theatre and multi-media, available for subsequent touring.
Robin Lynam is a Hong Kong based freelance journalist, specialising in arts, culture and lifestyle stories. He writes regularly for the South China Morning Post on jazz and theatre, among other subjects, as well as contributing to a range of local and international publications. He is the co-author of Jazzy Magis, a book of sketches and pen-portraits of major jazz musicians published by Editions Eska.