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This is the section that is all about HK. We're going to be posting up blogs, interviews with local artists, previews, running features, our confessions series, op-eds and much more!

And why is this site called HKELD?

What's new in the Hong Kong Dance Company's world11-5-17

This year, Hong Kong Dance Company (HKDC) opens a new chapter filled with cutting-edge performances and well-loved classics including romantic dance dramas, mindful theatre, family dance drama and a groundbreaking cross-cultural collaboration.


Preview- The Light Dragon- Shakespeare 4 All5-4-17

Shakespeare4all is proud to present The Light Dragon which will show at the Yuen Long Theatre from April 28 to April 30. Directed by resident artist Joshua Wolper, The Light Dragon brings together the past and the present, fantasy and reality, theatre and motion pictures.


Preview- Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC27-3-17

City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) is proud to present its latest work: Post-Perception/Transcendence, which will be staged from 31 March to 1 April 2017 at Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Post-Perception/Transcendence travels down the path of life, from the mundane to the monumental, facing life, death, and fate.


Preview- Love's Labour's Lost- Shax Theatre23-3-17

The buzzing team of Shax Theatre is back on stage with their first production of 2017. They decided to remain faithful to their love of Shakespeare by presenting another comedy by The Bard, Love's Labour's Lost, which they have reset in the Swinging Sixties.


Introducing Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC23-3-17

We checked out CCDC's event POP UP on March 17 on a glorious, sunny day. We've had the chance to chat with artistic director Willy Tsao and watch the wonderful dancers in action.


Promo video- Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC16-3-17

City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) is proud to present a new production Post-Perception/Transcendence from 31 March to 1 April 2017 at Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The full-length production is choreographed by Sang Jijia, with Tang Shu-wing as dramaturg and Dickson Dee as the composer.


Coping with post-show blues27-2-17

I write this article as I have yet to come down from my post-show blues after The Crucible. Together with the cast, I did nothing but breathing and absorbing the play in every single little detail for months. So much to do, and so little time, but thanks to the incredible effort of everyone involved in the production, everything worked out very well. When the show was on, and we were all getting ready to hit the stage, the atmosphere and energy behind the scenes in the green room of the theatre were simply fantastic. But the higher on adrenaline one goes, the harder one will be hit once it is over, and that’s what happened to us all.


Audience Reaction- The Crucible- Aurora Theatre19-2-17

We watched The Crucible on Thursday and had a chance to chat with the audience and the cast members who were very pleased with their opening night and their work.


Preview- New Centre at Kellet Kowloon Bay- DSHK3-2-17

We are excited to spread the latest news about Drama School HK. After seeing their work and their effort in Hamelin, how could we not to? This dynamic and vibrant drama company for local youth is now expanding at Kellet Kowloon Bay, which means ampler opportunity for youngsters to get involved and practise their craft.


Promo video- The Crucible- Aurora Theatre26-1-17

The place is Salem, Massachusetts, in 1662, an enclave of rigid piety huddled on the edge of wilderness. Its inhabitants believe unquestioningly in their own sanctity. But in Arthur Miller's edgy masterpiece, that very belief will have poisonous consequences when a vengeful teenager accuses a rival of witchcraft- and then when those accusations multiply to consume the entire village.


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