PORCELAIN IS AN EXAMINATION OF A YOUNG MAN’S CRIME OF PASSION. Triply scorned — as an Asian, a homosexual, and now a murderer — 19-year-old John Lee has confessed to shooting his lover in a public lavatory in London. Porcelain dissects the crime through a prism of conflicting voices: newscasts, flashbacks, and John’s own recollections to a prison psychiatrist.


“Director Mei Ann Teo gives Porcelain an elegantly designed, smoothly executed production.” – Guardian

“Direction by Mei Ann Teo honored the script with strong stage pictures, resolute pacing, and astute performances.” – SF Bay Times

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by Chay Yew
Crowded Fire, 2005