Drama Week 2024
Winter Dream

St. Mary’s has performed two productions of Shakespeare’s, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, first in 1992 then again in 2010.  Now in 2024 we re-visit the story to find out what happened after the end of Shakespeare’s play.
In Winter Dream, a musical play by Geoff Oliver, five HK students, in Greece on a study tour, somehow find themselves involved in events in ‘A wood near Athens’ where it is about twenty years after the end of Shakespeare’s play and there is disharmony and conflict among some of the characters and it is always winter and never spring.  Can the HK students help put things right, or will they too be drawn into the chaos and confusion?

Performances will be live on stage in the School Hall at 7:00 p.m. on February 24, 26, 28, March 1 & 2, 2024.
Tickets at $150#, $300& $600 (#not available on March 1 & 2) can be acquired online on a first-come-first-served basis at from 10:00 a.m. on Monday, January 29 2024. 

The cast and production team look forward to seeing you at our show.
To carry the tradition of St. Mary’s Drama, the Drama Development Fund was set up to finance the expenses of the production.  If you would like to make a contribution, you may

(1) mail the completed Donation Form along with a crossed cheque; or
(2) complete the form in fillable PDF format, email it to and send us the crossed cheque afterwards.

Please send crossed cheques payable to ‘The IMC of St. Mary’s Canossian College’ to St Mary’s Canossian College, 162 Austin Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Thank you for your support!

Donation form (pdf)
Donation form (word)



Drama Week 2023
Across the Street - Ticket Ordering

        We are delighted to announce that SMCC Drama is back on stage again with performances from Saturday 18th February – Saturday 25th February 2023 of a new musical play, Across The Street.
        The play is a musical drama written by Mr Geoff Oliver with some input from the Core Production Team with songs and dances composed by our students. 
        Set in Victorian London the play deals with the haves and the have nots in society, divisions which were even more sharply divided at that time than they are today. In the play, which has echoes of Oliver Twist and Bleak House by Charles Dickens, a group of orphan girls, struggling for survival on the harsh streets of London, come into contact with a family of aristocrats, with results that are shocking and surprising.
       The production team tries to create the contrast between the wealth of Victorian England and the utter degradation of those in the huge underworld who were callously shut off from the benefits of an outwardly flourishing and advanced society and highlight the irony of a society that preached high morals and ideals yet cared little for those in need.
       Details of the show dates, time and ticket prices are as follows.
Show Dates:
18th February 2023 (Saturday)
20th February 2023 (Monday)
22nd February 2023 (Wednesday)
24th February 2023 (Gala Night, Friday)
25th February 2023 (Saturday)
7:00 p.m.
Running Time:
Approx. 1 hr 30 mins
Ticket Prices:
$100#, $180#,  $250*,  $500*
#Prices not available on 24th & 25th February 2023
1st phase ticket order:
23rd December 2022 (09:00) – 2nd January 2023 (23:59)
2nd phase ticket order:
19th January 2023 (09:00) – 31st January 2023 (23:59)
3rd phase ticket order:
13th February 2023 (09:00) – 14th February 2023 (23:59)

NO $500-ticket is available for all show dates. 
$250-ticket is available ONLY on 24 Feb (Gala Night, Friday) and 25 Feb (Saturday). 
A confirmation email will be issued to you within 14 working days.  All the orders will be handled on a first-come-first-served basis.

For enquiries, please email us at


Drama Week 2021

 Dear St. Marians and friends,
        Around this time every year, you will be thinking of the annual drama at St. Mary’s. We regret to announce that the drama week to be held from 16th to 24th April 2021 has to be cancelled.
        At the beginning of the school year, we started launching the drama production in the hope of holding it as scheduled.  However, the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic has seriously disrupted the school normal routine. Face to face classes and drama rehearsals have been suspended as all on campus group activities are not allowed. This has posed great difficulties in putting together the production.  
        In view of the uncertain development of the pandemic and taking health concerns into consideration, we could not but call off the drama performances this school year. We understand that this may bring disappointment but we promise we will continue our effort in sustaining the drama legacy at St. Mary’s.
        We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for your understanding and continuous support to the school drama.   We are looking forward to seeing you in the drama week next year.   
St. Mary’s Canossian College



Sustaining the Drama Tradition

With the support of our past St. Marians, the school hall is now equipped with a new stage lighting system which enhances the visual appeal of the production. In order to carry on the drama tradition in St. Mary’s, we are still accepting donations to finance the operation of the annual production, including the maintenance of the stage lighting in future.
If you would like to make a contribution, please print out and complete the form below, then mail the form along with your cheque to St. Mary’s Canossian College, 162 Austin Road, Hong Kong.
Please make the cheque payable to The IMC of St. Mary’s Canossian College and mark ‘Drama Development Fund’ on the envelope.
For further enquiry, please contact Ms. Dolphin Li at 2724 2771 or
Thank you in advance for your support!