Stage Performances

Kit Chan has also managed to display her versatility not only in musical expression, but also linguistic and theatrical prowess, with her Cantopop, and English hits on top of her Mandarin albums. She has held lead roles in the Hong Kong musical Snow.Wolf.Lake with Jacky Cheung – both the Cantonese version in 1997 and the Mandarin production in 2005 – followed by The Legend (where she played the late Teresa Teng), and “Forbidden City: Portrait of An Empress” (where she played the young Empress Dowager Cixi)– first performed in 2002 as part of the Esplanade’s opening programme, and again in 2003. Chan has also played the lead in the Dutch-Hong Kong production of “East Meets West”, and the Taiwanese musical “What’s Love Got to Do with It?”.

In September 2006, she reprised her role again in “Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress”, as part of a plan to make this musical internationally recognised, in the hope of going on a world tour.

Year Performance type Title Location
1997
  • Musical (Cantonese)
  • Snow.Wolf.Lake《雪狼湖》
  • Hong Kong
1998
  • Musical (Cantonese)
  • The Legend 《漫步人生路》
  • Hong Kong
2002
  • Musical (Cantonese)
  • East Meets West 《千里情牽》
  • Hong Kong
2002
  • Musical (English)
  • Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress 《慈禧太后》
  • Singapore
2003
  • Musical (Mandarin)
  • What’s Love About? 《愛情有什麼道理》
  • Singapore
2003
  • Musical (English)
  • Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress 《慈禧太后》
  • Singapore
2005
  • Musical (Mandarin)
  • Snow.Wolf.Lake《雪狼湖》
  • China, Hong Kong
2006
  • Musical (English)
  • Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress 《慈禧太后》
  • Singapore
2009
  • Concert (Mandarin / Cantonese)
  • Join Love Club Concert 情牽女人心演唱會
  • Hong Kong
2010
  • Musical (Mandarin)
  • December Rains 《雨季》
  • Singapore
2011
  • Concert (English / Mandarin / Cantonese)
  • My Musical Journey 《我的音乐之旅》
  • Singapore
2011
  • Concert (English / Mandarin / Cantonese)
  • The Music Room 《想像空间》
  • Singapore
2012
  • Concert (Cantonese)
  • An Enchanted Evening with Chiu Tsang Hei 《傾城》
  • Hong Kong

source: Kit Chan Wikipedia