Mia Foo plays the love interest in this very touching dramatic-comedy feature.
Dance performance meets cutting edge technology in this live show that combines theatre, music, gaming and VR technology created with artists in London and Hong Kong.
Want to watch Action, Romance or comedy?
Mia plays Katy, Script edited, crewed and helped in post production on this ambitious short by JP Ly.
Watch Mei (2022) where Mia plays the title character - Winner of the Audience Choice in the Short of the Year film competition by Indie Shorts Mag.
Along with excellent direction comes a stellar performance from our lead, Mia Foo, who manages to convey much heartbreak without a single word of dialogue spoken. Her visual communication easily envelops us into her the immense internal struggle, stress and pressure she experiences and a moving acoustic score by Nicola Chang compliments the emotional weight of the short perfectly.
UK Film Review on Mei 2022 Short film
Mia is Chinese-Singaporean / Irish, born and bred in London.
Mia has a passion for new-writing and is always excited to work on fresh ideas with up and coming writers/directors for both stage and screen.
Mia is currently working on the highly anticipated video game, Baldur's Gate III, doing cinematic mocap and voice for a main character and a smaller character, who are as yet unannounced.
Plays Elena, in the feature film The Persian Version, premiering at Sundance 2023 as part of the main competition.
Recently script edited, and was heavily involved from pre-production through to post production, as well as playing the character of Katy in Speed Dating 2022 a short Action-Romance Comedy film by JP Ly.
Workshopped a new play for National Theatre Studio with Handspring Puppet Company and directed by Tom Morris.
Workshopped the play "ZEN" by Joyce Lee in a public reading at Soho Theatre for the Typhoon Festival 2017
Played a reoccurring role in BBC Eastenders as Nurse Olivia Song. Also played a nurse in Season 5 of The Crown, 2022.
Image Photo by Harry Elletson
"The play’s best moments are when it moves from being in verse into being a living, breathing drama. These moments are primarily achieved by the very impressive Mia Foo, who gets plenty of laughs but also delivers real pain as Cassandra’s sister Polyxena..."
The Reviews Hub on the English Language premiere of Cassandra By Lesia Ukrainka