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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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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.

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Artist of the Month- February- Namrata Bindra 2-2-17

We are all looking forward to The Crucible, which will be on stage this month presented by Aurora Theatre. Playing female leader Abigail Williams, one of the evilest female characters in theatre, is Namrata Bindra. We sat down with her and found out more about her background, as well as her views towards theatre.

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Review- The Ritz-Diamond- Gabriella So24-1-17

The Ritz Diamond is the solo work of actor Gabriella So, recently returning from performances at international festivals in New York and the UK, and she certainly has an impressive track record for a young artist. Named as an homage to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s short story, this new one-woman play by So focuses on the lives and loves of Kismine and Jasmine, two sisters from an extremely wealthy family.

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Artist of the Month- January- Aila Pernambuco4-1-17

We have decided to begin the new year in style! This month we are chatting with local fashion designer Aila Pernambuco and find out about newest trends and ideas. Fashion shares a lot with the dramatic arts in Hong Kong: it's not an easy field. But thanks to dedicated artists like Aila, there is space and opportunity to make something great out of the place we call home.

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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- Carmen- Musica Viva19-12-16

One can be pretty safe recommending George Bizet’s Carmen: it may be“Opera”, but it is also popular musical theatre, with tunes you can hum and melodies that can get stuck in your head. Just about everybody knows some music from it, whether the so-called “Toreador Song” (“Dum-dee-da-dum-dum, dum-dee-da-dee-dum”), or Carmen’s “Habanera” (“Dum-dee-dum, dee-dum-dum-dum”).

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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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Audition Notice: Drama School Hong Kong13-12-16

After the success of Hamelin, Drama School Hong Kong is looking for new talents to take part in their upcoming project.

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