伍綺琪 kiki ng


言遇劇團聯合藝術總監
自由空間導師/項目統籌/藝術家
香港浸會大學人文學課程哲學碩士及一級榮譽學士、美國紐約一人一故事劇場畢業生,並修畢沙維
雅系統轉化治療課程(初階)。遊走劇場、社區藝術與教育之間,相信故事可以為世界帶來改變。
劇場方面,主要從事演員、編劇、行政、研究及教學等工作,近年參與創作包括胡境陽策劃《馬桶》
(演員)、一條褲製作《重建菜園村》(編作演員)、《本來沒有菜園村》(編作演員)、《同志少年虐
殺事件》(演員)、《重見真相-一同志虐殺現場十年重訪》(演員)、綠葉劇團《我要安樂死》(北京
及台北巡演、香港演出)(創作演員)、油街實現《像是動物園》(創作演員)、社區文化發展中
心及小息跨媒介創作室《七天七夜一一缺城市誦曲》(策劃、導演、文本、演員)、小不點創作
《游向彩色的泡泡》(創作演員)、全人藝動《水上華服誌》(編導演)、小不點創作《流浪貓姨
姨》(創作演員)、ThespiceRoad(法國演出)(創作演員)及自由空間《潘朵拉的盒子
Pandoras’Box-多媒體互動展覽·一人一故事劇場》(策劃、訪問及文本創作及表演者)。

在劇場方面的研究與教學方面,除著有《從《樓城》到《樓城》(立夏版)進劇場在引錄劇場的探
尋》、論文EIiminatingCIiché:丆heEvolution of Grotowski’s SeIf-revealing Encounters
(1957-1970)和Preparing Citizen Actors for Enactment of Transgressive Stories Playback
Theatre外,近年亦獲stephenwangh邀請,在其督導下教授【心之體操】葛羅托斯基體系表演訓
練課程第一階段部分課程。

伍氏主力推動【一劇場】的發展,除了與言遇劇團為不同社群演出、舉辦不同的工作坊外,亦獲邀
到走進不同社群,希望以【一劇場】達至賦權與共融。曾為陽光劇團(全球唯一由智障人士組成的
【一劇場】劇團)、香港傷健協會野甘菊計劃及泛團(由肢體傷殘人士組成的【一劇場】劇團)導
師。現為傷健共融網絡一人一故事劇團(由聽障、視障人士及其健全子女組成的【一劇場】劇團)
導師。伍氏也獲邀到內地不同城市任教【一劇場】,於亞太區一人一故事劇場研討會2015、2017分
別擔任工作坊及家緣小組導師,於2018及2019成為台灣【為愛而演】公益巡演的巡演成員,並於
2018年獲時刻劇團邀請擔任研究員,在藝術發展局的贊助下到北京、西安、台北及廣州等地進行
【一劇場】的考察研究。此外亦嘗策劃一些試驗性的【一劇場】項目,例如【Pandora’s Box女性探
索x交流小聚會】、【在牆隙種花:一人一故事劇場與世界公民教育計劃】(策劃及導師)及在香港
知專設計學院舉行多場二人【一劇場】演出等。

伍氏也喜歡以音樂走入社群,除了為社區音樂導師,教授不同社群創作屬於他們的歌曲(近年參與
項目包括【社區音樂。唱彈香港地】、【香港漫遊workingHoliday@HK】等),亦會採集不同的故
事,以歌曲作為小寫歷史(histories)的載體,近年參與項目包括【革命中的廿四小時】、大澳音樂
計劃【鹹淡之間】,記錄大時代裡的小故事等。

教育方面,除了到不同學校任教戲劇相關的課程外,伍氏曾分別為香港浸會大學及香港資優教育學
苑擔任講師,教授人文學課程,並為婦女基金會任教「智選人生計劃」課程。2019年為自由空間有
限公司任教《戲劇治療概論-Grotowski與人的轉化》。


Kiki Ng is the co-artistic director of Encounter Playback Theatre, as well as the facilitator, artist and project coordinator of Free Association. She finished her bachelor’s and Mphil. degrees in Humanities Programme at Hong Kong Baptist University, and also a graduate of Centre for Playback Theatre (New York). She actively participates in theatre, community arts and education fields, and believes that story is one of the keys that brings changes in the World.

Being a theatre practitioner, she is an actress, a playwright, facilitator, researcher as well as administrator. Recent productions involved includes The Hole, The flushing toilet and my soul (actress), documentary theatre Once Upon a Time in Choi Yuen Chuen(actress/ researcher), Laramie Project (actress) , 10 Years Later (actress), I Want Euthanasia (Beijing,Taipei and Hong Kong versions, devising actress), Sparkle! Zoo as Metaphor Exhibition (devising actress), Heptahedron, A City’s (Surrealist’s) Odyssey ( curatorial team, text, director, performer), Journey to the Colourful Bubbles (devising actress), Floating Fashion Gala (director, text, performer) , Auntie C and the stray cats (devising actress), International Project The Spice Road (France, devising actress) and Pandoras’ Box– Multi-media Exhibition・Playback Theatre (Curator, Interviewer and Writer, Performer)

Recent theatre research includes Eliminating Cliché: The Evolution of Jerzy Grotowski’s Self-revealing Encounters (1957-1970), Preparing Citizen Actors for Enactment of Transgressive Stories in Playback Theatre and The Experiments of Documentary Theatre of Theatre du Pif . Under his supervision, Kiki is also invited by Stephen Wangh, to be one of his trainers in An Acrobat of the Heart: A Physical Approach to Acting elementary workshop in Hong Kong.

Kiki is devoted in the promotion and development of playback theatre in Hong Kong. Encounter Playback Theatre, a playback theatre group she is co-directing is one of the major groups that performs extensively for different communities and continually organizes trainings for local fellows.

She is also very committed in working with people with different abilities, as well as conducting proactive research and experiments of playback theatre. Community theatre group once led and coached by her includes Sunshine Playback Theatre Company (only playback theatre company in the world in which core members are formed by people with intellectual difficulties), R.I.C.E Playback Theatre (core members are formed by people with physical difficulties) and Inclusive Playback Theatre (core members are formed by audio/ visually impaired parents and their kids). Besides performing and teaching, she also initiates experiments such like Pandora’s Box: A Woman Workshop. On the other hand, she is dedicated in connecting oversea playbackers. She has been invited to teach in diffident cities in Mainland China. She also lead workshops and home group in The Asian Pacific Playback Theatre Conference (2015 & 2017) ; and being one of the members of Playing for Love ( A Taiwan playback theatre tour) in 2018 & 2019. In 2018, she was invited by Moment Theatre, to conduct a field study on Playback Theatre in Beijing, Xian, Taipei and Guangzhou.

Apart from theatre, Kiki love to use music as a means to connect communities. She is a facilitator of communities music, leading participants to create their own songs. She regards song as a container of histories, and writes songs based on real-life stories of individuals. Recent projects involved includes 24 hours in Revolution and Tai O Music Project.

Apart from theatre teaching, Kiki also teaches in academic field. She has been the lecturer of Hong Kong Baptist University and The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education.