Created and performed by Greg LeongTicket sales coming soon
Earl Arts Centre
95 minutes (inc interval)
Recommended for 15+
Satirical themes and mild sexual innuendo
Two segments requiring audience participation
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The flamboyant Princess Feng Yee, with lineage dating back to the Last Emperor of China, hosts an evening of unexpected insights into what is happening right now in Australia from a different cultural perspective.
Her eclectic repertoire is peppered with social and political comment, from traditional Aussie tunes to being a woman working in Canberra to torch songs by lovelorn heroines of popular song and opera.
Arriving in Tasmania in 1982, Feng Yee has dedicated her life to helping others like herself to become real Australians. She invented Karaoke-in-Education, introducing Australian culture to Chinese migrants. In the process she finds out just how Australian Australians are.
40 years on, at 75, Feng Yee remains a über glamorous Chinese Australian. She lets you know what it’s like to be from another culture spending half a lifetime fitting in.
“… Princess Feng Yee stars in her own karaoke cabaret with a theatricality that jibes and japes at the crude and the cruel.”
Image by Jade Hull & Greg Leong
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