SELMA & CLARICE, a new dark comedy by Yennis Cheung & Shin-Fei Chen, has won 6 awards, including Best Female Scriptwriter at the Toronto International Women Film Festival, and Best TV Pilot at both the Toronto Film Magazine Fest and Vancouver Independent Film Festival.
— Yennis Cheung 張茵 (@yennischeung) June 15, 2021
Futures Theatre announces the upcoming release of Fully Amplified, out on July 26, 2021.
'Not Just Two People In Love' inspired by talks with a multi-racial group of women on their experience of interracial relationships. Starring @shinfeichen in 'Geometries of Love and Power' by Marinella Mezzanotte, directed by @TianShakira https://t.co/vW2QcWcYIN#FullyAmplified pic.twitter.com/wFBTHlkeUb
— Futures Theatre Co (@Futures_Theatre) June 23, 2021
Shoot, Shag, or Marry, written by Natasha Kathi-Chandra as part of Tamasha’s Hear Me Now Podcast, is released on Spotify, Apple, and Google Podcasts. Click here to listen (Episode 6, timestamp: -10:20)
Shin-Fei Chen reads 5 episodes of BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week, Under Red Skies by Karoline Kan. First episode aired July 6, 2020. Excerpt below:
Shin-Fei is the English voice of Fina in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius / Star Ocean: Anamnesis. Watch trailer below:
Watch Shin-Fei Chen in “Landing Fall” – part of Theatre503’s first online Rapid Write Response – by clicking here
It’s been very special for us to see the reactions to #RWROnline
Due to popular demand and so you can continue to behold the wonders that our writers, directors and actors have created, we’re extending viewing for another month on our @YouTube Channel!https://t.co/HFteWJQpKx — Theatre503 (@theatre503) May 13, 2020
Tune in to Quiz Nite! on @BBCRadio4 at 11:30 this morning. It’s a lovely series of comedy plays written by Punt and Dennis.
— The Now Show (@BBCNowShow) September 27, 2019
CHINESE BURN (BBC)
Broadcast: “Some of the future entertainment hits will surely come from the wave of new talent BBC3 has nurtured, such as Chinese Burn’s Yennis Cheung and Shin-Fei Chen”
THREE SISTERS (LYRIC THEATRE BELFAST)
Exeunt Magazine – ‘…Shin-Fei Chen, looking back from the present with warmth but also curiously elegiac’
The Big List NI – ‘Anyone who has moved abroad to start a new life in a new culture will feel what Siu Jing feels – and Shin-Fei Chen deserves special mention for conveying this.’
The Guardian – ‘Compelling’
The Irish News – ‘The sister-in-law, now Chinese born, took us beyond the fourth wall and into the house where all the desperation and longing was about to take place. Shin-Fei Chen as Siu Jing delivered the piece to audience well.’
AVENUE Q (UPSTAIRS AT THE GATEHOUSE)
WhatsOnStage – Avenue Q – ‘Chen, especially, gets plenty of belly laughs every time that she is onstage.’
Jonathan Baz Reviews – Avenue Q – ‘Shin-Fei Chen’s manic Christmas Eve are amongst the best of the evening’s comedy.’