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Review- The Glass Menagerie- The Shadow Players10-11-18

Enjoying theatre is about one being able to suspend their disbelief, from the start of an 8 o’clock curtain until they close up. Sometimes this is easier said than done, but with plays like that of Tennessee Williams, it’s not quite as difficult.

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Artist of The Month- October- Christy Shapiro8-10-18

Christy Shapiro is very excited, as she's currently directing Aurora Theatre upcoming production's Silent Sky. A native of Oklahoma, USA, Christy has created her theatre company CSR when first living in Shanghai.

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Artist of The Month- August- Kristina Pakhomova23-7-18

Our Artist of the Month is Russian-born multi-talented artist Kristina Pakhomova. Despite being fairly new in Hong Kong and very young, Kristina has an enviable theatre background, as she already has four written plays where she also starred in them.

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Artist of the Month-June-Candice Moore6-6-18

Our Artist of the month is Candice Moore. A well-established artist of the community, Candice will be onstage at the end of the month as Judy Garland in Lions, Typhoons and Judy, Oh My! We look forward to the show and to hearing what Candice has to share with us.

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Review- The 39 Steps- Aurora Theatre2-6-18

After a semi-lengthy hiatus, I am delighted to return to the digital pages of HKELD to review what can only be adequately described as a genre-bending comedic reworking of the famous Hitchcock suspense thriller, The 39 Steps.

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Preview- Timeless- Starlit Voice29-5-18

A brand new piece of writing from Starlit Voice. When genius inventor, Georgie, is kidnapped by a time travelling vagabond, it’s up to Herbert to save her and the world.

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Preview- Catch Me If You Can- Face Productions28-5-18

It's the time of the year when the theatre community is traditionally busy enhancing our city with shows and productions.

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Artist of The Month- May- Jim Brockman16-5-18

Jim Brockman returns on stage after taking a hiatus right after Shakespeare in The Port 2015. Following his break, Jim is excited not only to be onstage again but to play the lead part in The 39 Steps.

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Preview- The Unknown Soldier- Stylus Productions 15-5-18

Adam Harris and Stylus Productions are on stage again after quite a long hiatus, and the long-term local actor is proud to present The Unknown Soldier by Ross Ericson.

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Review- Shukshin’s Stories- Hong Kong Arts Festival1-3-18

Shukshin’s Stories is a dramatisation of eight short stories by Soviet-era writer Vasily Shukshin (1929-74). If you know little or nothing about him or Moscow’s Theatre of Nations which presented it, you would not—at least among English-speakers—be alone and would have had, at least until last night, me as company.

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