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Kwok Wai Kit, KEN Kwok

R&T Founder / Art Director

Ken Kwok graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts(HKAPA) School of Dance, majoring in Musical Theatre Dance. During his study, he was awarded Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarship and attained the ISTD Advanced Tap Certificate with Honours, and was later awarded a scholarship to participate in the American Dance Festival in 1998. In school, he participated in various dance performances and musical theaters including Bye-Bye Birdie, Damn Yankee, West Side Story, The Wizard Of Oz, and Pippin. He also played the role of Don...Quixote in Don Quixote, a production of Hong Kong Ballet Group. From 2001 to 2004, he joined the Hong Kong Dance Company as a full-time dancer, performing in many of its well-known productions. From 2004 to 2005, he received a scholarship to further his studies in modern dance, tap dance and jazz dance at the Off Jazz Dance Center in France. Kwok has focused on tap dance since he came back to Hong Kong.

Leung Mei Kar, EVE Leung

R&T Founder / Tap Dancer

Eve Leung graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), majoring in Musical Theatre Dance. She is an active performer, choreographer, and teacher who is currently a part-time tap and jazz dance instructor at the HKAPA (EXCEL), Hong Kong Children Choir (Dance), and Japanese International School. She participated in the debut performance of Tap Building, an original production of R & T, in March 2010 and its re-run in Macau and Hong Kong. Previously, she was the teacher and dance choreographer of Summer Musical School organized by The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts's EXCEL. Her recent productions include Disney's High School Musical 1 & 2, Footloose, and Beauty and the Beast and she helped choreograph Animal Farm, a musical produced by Theatre Noir in 2011. She was also invited to perform in Tap Together in Taipei Tap Festival in 2011 and 2012 and organized the first three Hong Kong Tap Festivals. Leung is one of the founders of R&T.

Cheung Yuen Ting, EDITH Cheung

Program Manager

Graduate of School of Dance and School of Drama, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Postgraduate diploma holder in Creative Industries Management.


Majoring in musical theatre, she has performed in West side Story, Little Shop of Horrors, The Wizard of Oz, Red, Pippin and has directed several English musicals such as Tom Sawyer, Pinocchio, the Little Mermaid, Oliver!, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jack and the Beanstalk. 


Edith has produced a variety of drama and theatre shows such as Luv, Cheers!, Pippin, Broadway Sounds, Leaving, etc. both in Hong Kong and Macau. In 2017, she joined R&T as the company manager.

Chan Yee Lam, JOYCE Chan

Art Administrative Intern

​Joyce Chan is an enthusiastic artist with a passion for performing art. Graduated from City University of Hong Kong with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Chinese and History, she has a strong foundation in cultural studies and a deep understanding of the significance of art and history.
Beyond academics, Joyce is also an accomplished dancer. She has dedicated her time to learning Chinese Dance and Jazz Funk. In addition to her dance pursuits, Joyce is also actively involved in teaching K-Pop cover dance.
With a burning desire to develop a career in performance art, Joyce constantly seeks new opportunities to showcase their talent and push the boundaries of artistic expression. She has recently joined R&T (Rhythm and Tempo) as the Art Administrative Intern and is mainly responsible for the 18d Arts project–Tap Theatre Workshops cum Finale Performance.


Tap Dance Intern

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Jacqueline Ho Yin Law joined the Junior Music Programme at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and received professional training in music and voice. She obtained her first Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Sociology in 2020. She then graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, under the EXCEL Pearson BTEC Level 4 Performing Arts (musical theatre) program, and was awarded Outstanding Student of the Year. She joined Art Mentor as a resident actor, playwright, and director after she graduated. She has performed in numerous musicals, including The Miracle of Music, Butterfly Lovers reimagined, Guardian Angels, Man a la Central 2.0
(RNTTAP), And Housemates, etc.


Jacqueline also teaches and directs musical theatre in many Hong Kong local and international schools. She is recently a tutor, singing coach, scriptwriter, director, and stage manager in a few schools.

She is also a dance performer and has performed in different commercial dance shows. She dances jazz, contemporary, jazz funk, and tap dance. She is currently a member of Rainbow Fighters (a dance crew that participated in various commercial events).


Tap Dancer

Annie Wong graduated from the Dance School of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Musical Theatre Dance and she was the recipient of several scholarships whilst a student. Since graduation, she has performed in many musicals, concerts and stage performances, such as Shake Shake Spear , Fish Leong tu t’appelles l’amour World Tour , Best Wishes To You Jody's Concert Tour, Hello Dolly, Pillow Talk, Suddenly Single, Andy Lau Always Concert Tour,Andy Lau Unforgettable Concert Tour, The Pajama Game, Liza the Diva, Alice in the World City, Oliver, Annie, Once On This Island, Can’t Help It…My Feet Love To Dance / If Again and the pan-Asian tour of Peter Pan. She is currently a dance tutor in several secondary, primary schools and kindergartens, a choreographer and freelance performer.



ERIC Huynh

Tap Dancer

He graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), majoring in Musical Theatre Dance. He is the Founder of Musical Trio, local musical creative group in Hong Kong. Eric has attained the ISTD Intermediate Tap Certificate with distinction. During his program of study, he was awarded scholarships from the Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarships and has performed on a study tour to Guang Zhou.


Eric was active in various genres of art groups. He was the performer for 3AMI, HKREP, HKDC, Theatre Noir, DanceArt, Actor Family, 7A drama group among others…Eric also has taught at numerous groups, including CCDC dance center, HKAPA EXCEL…Eric currently is freelance performer, choreographer and dance teacher.




Project Coordination / Tap Dancer

Harriet Yeung is a performer, educator and arts administrator. She has been active in stage
performances for musicals and dance performances, and also engages in performative work with art museums such as Tai Kwun JC Contemporary Art Museum. She teaches performing arts in local and international schools across Hong Kong and is a choreographer for musical theatre. Her recent performances include "Man of La Central 2.0" (2023), 《The Greatest Wedding on Earth》(2022), 《那年後,有人繼續說故事》—「世越後」 (2022), This Variation (2021), Community Cultural Ambassador Scheme – “Buddha Trainee” (2021).

Harriet graduated from University College London with a BA in History of Art and graduated
from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a MA in Cultural Management. She then
completed Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Performing Arts (Musical
Theatre) at HKAPA EXCEL in 2019. Harriet is one of the winners of 2021 HKAPA Creative Collaborative Arts Awards, and she won ‘Most Energetic’ at the 11 th World Supermodel Production – Hong Kong, China and Macau Region in 2018.



Tap Dancer

Marc Ngan graduated from EXCEL, HKAPA with a BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) and was awarded the ‘Most Outstanding Student’ in his graduating year. His theatre credits include Good Morning Hong Kong, A Chorus Line, Footloose, Harlequinade, Oz to the Future, MJ Relived II, Postcards from Hong Kong. He has also appeared in a number of TV commercials including McDonald’s, Maybelline, China Bank, Fortune Pharmaceutical and Hennessy. 


Administrative Officer

Majoring in Music Technology, Leo has always been passionate about art since his childhood. After graduation, he participated in many large-scale music events and worked part-time in the film and television industry, accumulating practical experience. By combining his professional skills and passion for art, he now joins a R&T to provide support and assistance for the operation and development of the troupe. Leo is looking forward to learning new knowledge in his current position and contributing to his own arts career.


President Lawrence Lai

Vice President  Maggie Cheung



Fred Yeung  

Shirley Yeung

Juanita Ho

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