Yuyu Wang is a London-based performer and theatre maker from China trained at MFA Advanced Theatre Practice at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Her works examine our individual inner worlds with identity exploration through cultural diversity by solo performance, story-telling and devising in the contemporary theatre practice and in the global context. Her works have been presented in festivals and venues in London, Beijing, Hong Kong and Canberra.
Jinsook Kim is a multi-disciplinary theatre maker and performer, illustrator and designer. She is also able to film and edit videos, and create animations. She is from South Korea, and trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama following an MA in Advanced Theatre Practice. Jinsook wishes to challenge herself to be a performer as well as devising a new performance.
Zhiyue Hu is currently a first year PhD Drama student and former MA Theatre Practice student at University of Exeter, researching representation of East Asian identities in Britain. Her autobiographical solo performance All the Daughters of My Father’s House has been performed earlier this year at From Devon With Love festival and Plymouth Fringe. She’s also performing in the 2018 Migration Matters Festival.
Luna Dai is a London-based actor and recent graduate of East 15 Acting School’s MFA Acting (International) programme. She was born in China and lived there for 19 years before her family moved to Canada. She enjoys traveling, food, classic novels, anime, and theatre. Her life-long goal as an actor is to challenge people’s perceptions of women, gender roles, and Asian people.