Chun To Yeung recently graduated from University of Birmingham in Drama and Theatre Arts, with an Excellent First Class grade for his Practical Project in Drama: ‘ASIAN vs. AS.I.AM’ (2019), looking at the institutional racism of Asian representation in Western culture. He is the founder, president and artistic director of XTRAMENTAL, and has been creating work with them for three years: productions include: ‘Hello To My Hollow Heart’ (2017), ‘How I Cracked Singing’ (2018), ‘Mind, and Hours’ (2018), and just this summer, a musical about DSE called ‘Chasing Stars’ (2019). In the past, he has worked with LYNNEBEC to create two devised, physical theatre pieces, ‘Deep Fake’ in Lapworth Museum of Geology and ‘Animals/Us’ in Barber Institute of Fine Arts. He is the founder of Triple-Take Curations, and has recently curated ‘The New Archaics’ at Selly Manor. He worked with the Live Art Society to create ‘Questioning Grenfell’, a political installation piece. He had undergone training from Musical Trio on physical theatre looking particularly at Rudolf Laban led by Gigi Yiu. Chun To also has an extensive musical theatre background, receiving education from Yip’s Children’s Musical Theatre group, Guild Musical Theatre Group, London’s Musical Theatre Masterclass led by Michael Xavier, and The Actor Family’s Acting Through Song Workshop led by Edwin Wan. In University, he is also the musical director of his Acapella group: One Note Stand. These training and past performances have cumulatively led Chun To into creating ’32 Seconds of Ecstasy’.