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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.

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Review: Floating Family- Hong Kong Arts Festival9-3-17

It’s Hong Kong Arts Festival and the hype is particularly high for Loon Man-Hong’s Floating Family trilogy. An epic undertaking, Loon has penned three distinct plays following the lives of one Hong Kong family over 20 years before and after Handover. Following all three produced this year we immerse ourselves in the family’s world, but each stands alone as a snapshot into a decade, and its zeitgeist.

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Review- Franky- AFTEC7-3-17

For years, AFTEC has done a splendid job in Hong Kong promoting theatre and involving the youth in it. This year as part of their program “From Page to Stage”, they bring Franky, a reinterpretation of Merry Shelly’s Frankenstein. The company will have done 29 performance to schools and two public shows, making theatre more accessible to Hong Kong middle and high school students.

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Stereoptik-Dark Circus24-2-17

Dark Circus is a masterpiece. Based on an original story by Pierre-Elie Ferrier, STEREOPTIK founders Jean-Baptiste Maillet and Romain Bermond have created a piece defying plausibility. How can the transcendent Dark Circus be carried on by just two performers?

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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.

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Review: The Crucible - Aurora Theatre17-2-17

“If we had no Defects of our own, we should not take half so much Satisfaction in observing those of other People.” - La Rochefocauld (1613-1680) “I speak my own sins; I cannot judge another. I have no tongue for it.” – Act 4

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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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An interview with acting coach Margie Haber12-1-17

This month, Los Angeles-based acting coach Margie Haber will come to Hong Kong to run one of her renowned acting workshops. Whilst this is a great opportunity for local actors and performers to sit down with an overseas professional and polish their craft, Margie swears that there is more to acting when it comes to coaching others.

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Acting coach Margie Haber comes to Hong Kong!9-1-17

Celebrity Acting Coach Margie Haber is coming to Hong Kong for the first time and will be giving a one-time seminar on January 17th.

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Audience Reaction- The Snow Queen: The Panto- Hong Kong Players23-12-16

What would Christmas be without a pantomime? We took a peek at the latest Hong Kong Players' project, and we collected the reactions from the audience who watched the show with us. A great evening of entertainment for adults and children!

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