The Adult Are Missing 大人不見了 (2010)


Hong Jie Jie just finish her storytelling, she pass by “Gao Shan Guo” village and met Shan father and Shan mother. Both of them heard that Hong Jie Jie’s story can let the child understand some principal of life, and asked Hong Jie Jie to help correct the bad habits of his son. Hong Jie Jie understood the situation and decided let their son to enter the story…

Their son, Shan is a child who always relies on adults around him. He is nicknamed “I don’t know”. Whether is living, eating or drinking, he need Shan father, Shan mother and his maid, ShanJiaLa to help him. Whenever the adults ask him to do it himself, he always says “I don’t know”, which is a big trouble for his parent. One night, before Shan going to bed, he suddenly heard a voice telling him that if he did not change his bad habits, he would make some changes to him family. The next morning, he wake up and realize that Shan father, Shan mother and his maid were turned into turtles, crabs and ants. Shan don’t know what to do, and the found a mysterious note at the door, the fairy in the forest does not like the laziness and his dependence on the adults. The fairy turned all the adults into animals to try to make Shan become independent. If Shan cannot change his bad habits, the adults will turn into animals forever. As results, Shan started to live independently so that the adults able to change back to become humans.




  • Playwright:Ryon Lee 李勇昌
  • Company Name:Hong Jie Jie Workstations 紅姐姐工作室
  • Date:2010, March 5~7
  • Total Showing:5
  • Venue:仁生劇場 Yan Seng Theatre, Shaw Parade, Kuala Lumpur
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Ticket Prices:RM25 (adult), RM20 (student)
  • Director:Rorn Lew 劉錦康
  • Principal Cast:

    Milo 劉家榮, Amelia Tan 愛美麗亞, Emiko Ten 鄭宇雯, Eugene Ng 黃商權, Tammy Yee 余秋坪, Elsa 邱鳳寧

  • Producer:Linda Ang 洪綉晴, Amelia Tan 愛美麗亞