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Promo video- L'Amour Immortel- Hong Kong Dance Company19-5-17

The futile love between man and ghost has long carried metamorphic connotations in Chinese literature. Women, in particular, were depicted as ingenious, headstrong and bold – contrary to the gentle, motherly yet oppressed figures in history. For some, the existence of these ghostly women became their silent cry against patriarchy, while others saw an outlet for their fantasy.

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Preview: Why Not Kill Us All....- CCDC19-5-17

City Contemporary Dance Company is presenting its latest work which will be staged next week at Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Why Not Kill Us All is Bruce Wong’s first full-length choreography.

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Preview- A Midsummer Night's Dream- Drama School Hong Kong17-5-17

The vibrant and dynamic group Drama School Hong Kong is proud to present its latest work, A Midsummer Night's Dream. The drama in education group is known to bring traditional ideas to the stage with a twist (as they did in one of their latest works, Hamelin). This time, the team looks forward to bringing one of the Bard's most famous works, and we are curious to know how director Vincent Warren deconstructed the initial idea and rebuilt it.

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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.

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Artist of the Month- May- Dakota Duclo1-5-17

Arrived six months ago in Hong Kong, Dakota Duclo is certainly not wasting any minute of his time. The Texan actor will be seen in three different productions this month. He is part of All In The Timing with CSR Theatre, Love Pings by I AM (where he'll be touring in Singapore before performing in Hong Kong) and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) by Aurora Theatre.

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Review- Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC6-4-17

CCDC has brought us another outing in Post-Perception/Transcendence with choreography from Sang Jijia and dramaturgy from Tang Shu-wing. This ensemble is focusing upon the concept of 'Consciousness' and how to be 'conscious', which in their interpretation is the body and essence itself being aware, not necessarily the mind.

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Artist of the Month- April- Susan Lavender5-4-17

Our April's Artist is theatre actress and yoga practitioner, Susan Lavender. Susan was recently seen on stage as Rebecca Nurse in The Crucible, and the local audience was deeply moved by her performance. Half English-Italian, Susan's vast theatrical experience includes performances in the U.K and Hong Kong. She shares her views on the local scene, together with past performances and future projects.

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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.

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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.

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Review- Dream Of The Red Chamber- Hong Kong Arts Festival20-3-17

Opera critics are usually only actually called upon to review a performance; the works themselves are for the most part well-known, sometimes to the point of ennui. On this occasion, however, the opera itself is brand-new. “Dream of the Red Chamber”, performed this weekend at the Arts Festival, debuted only last September at the San Francisco Opera.

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