Wah Wah has been Resident Artist with The Theatre Practice, Singapore, since 2011. In 2009, she was in Creative Lab, a presentation of eight solo works that were the responses by eight artists to Kuo Pao Kun’s The Spirits Play, the inaugural play of the Traditions & Editions Theatre Circus (TETC), a theatre collective established by ITI alumni. Her solo went on to be presented in Kuala Lumpur. After her training at ITI on a Hong Kong Theatre Association’s Hong Kong Drama Scholarship, Wah Wah was involved in a youth directing project in Malaysia.
Back in Hong Kong, she worked in several productions by On & On Theatre Workshop, including The Seducer’s Diary in 2007, at the Cattle Depot Theatre Season, in which she was one of the ensemble cast, as well as Myth of Archaeology Bird: The Vanished Wings, a work that looked at Hong Kong 10 years after its handover to China, following the memorable Fly! Fly! Fly! Archaeology Bird, which premiered in 1997.