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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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Audience Reactions- Hamelin- Drama School Hong kong20-12-16

We watched Hamelin, and had a chance to chat with the audience and the great young talents who were so excited to share their experience with us.

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Review- Wicked- Lunchbox Productions16-12-16

Thirteen years after its first opening in San Francisco, Wicked is still going strong, and this fantastic musical from the West End is now gracing Hong Kong. Acclaimed as "wicked and wonderful vision of Oz", and "pure magic", Wicked is one of the most successful musicals of all time. Based on the novel written by Gregory Maguire that plays with a re-imagination of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz", Wicked narrates an untold story of acceptance, friendships and family ties.

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Review- All in the Timing- CSR Theatre9-12-16

Some plays are performed in grand stately theatres, the audience in their Sunday best, and on their best behaviour. CSR's 'All in the Timing', though, well...

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Review- The Next Door- Hong Kong Theatre Association6-12-16

We live in a hyperconnected world in which we let algorithms decide everything for us, from the music we listen to or the movies watched, to the people we date. It seems we don’t trust a film if Netflix doesn’t recommend it to us, or listen to a song if it does not appear in Spotify’s Discover. And the dating world seems to be heading towards the same direction with a growing number of apps that apply filters and filters of compatibility tests.

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Review- The Elephant Song- Sweet & Sour Productions1-12-16

Candice Moore and Sweet and Sour Productions are back in town! I was very excited to be reviewing this play as I remember feeling a tad jealous that it was being put on in the U.K., so I was delighted to have the opportunity to see this in Hong Kong. Having been impressed with the movie, which nobody apparently had seen apart from me, I was intrigued to see how the twists and turns could be portrayed on stage.

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Review- Crystal- Dino Mahoney27-11-16

A toxic relationship is always painful, no matter the sexual orientation of those who go through it. Very often one of the couple gets more injured than the other and even more often that individual is left there to do most of the work: pick up the mess, restore oneself, learn one's lesson and move on. But can anybody really move on?

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Promo video- La Porte a' Cote'- Hong Kong Theatre Association15-11-16

Hong Kong Theatre Association proudly presents La Porte a' Cote', a romantic French comedy featuring Emilie Guillot and Bertrand Leduby.

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