The face of danger is everywhere.
No one knows what they may be capable of at any given moment until they're faced with no way out.
Ho Lee Fuk
beautifully portrays bravery beyond his previous roles. Fearless and vulnerable Ho Lee Fuk molds
his character into a fantastic morphite ballchinian.
A long way from home and no one to turn to
Ho Lee Fuk explores the outer reaches of his soul when
he collides with another life in the same tailspin.
sisterboomboom as Faca Yu, orphaned from family and humanity is jolted from her chaos into to the arms of
Ho Lee Fuk.
In each other's eyes they instantly see a reason to live.
Their struggle to be forever together takes us on a
journey of not only endearing love but a
complete surrender to one another.
"I hope I go before you my love
because I couldn't live without you."
Ho Lee Fuk
Music that is both sad and wonderful.
If mothers did instinctively comfort their newborns with lullabys
then that would explain the origins of our deep and profound
connection to the world of music. What we hear is
what we feel and no one does it better than
L helps us navigate emotions that carry our deepest
fears and lead us to that new breath of life.
"When an idea comes by it's like being in a room
full of people and you feel like someone's eyes are on you.
You can't help but look to see who it is."
L could easily be considered a faraway
spirit happy to be on their own watching the rain.
So be it, if it brings forth the thoughtful and wise
teachings of an old soul then keep going
after it L.
A career of constant reinvention.
Cecil B. deHookham has brought
a standard of excellence to the world of creativity
through his focus and originality.
The road less travelled was to easy for him.
Together with Ho Lee Fuk and sissterboomboom
they push the boundaries feeding off one
another's unique vision and bravado.
Their goal is to surprise and inspire not only each other
This trio succeeded where others not only failed but never
dared to try. Souls thrown through suddenly appearing
gateways is the sense the audience gets as they feel
the vibration of the drama which seems to
last forever but not long enough.
Such is the magic and gift of
Cecil B. deHookham.