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Artist of The Month- September- Lymari Alberts6-9-17

Our artist of the month is South African-born Lymari Alberts. Her most recent project, Mooi Annie, was incredibly well received among the South African community, and she can't wait to share more of her native culture in Hong Kong.

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And The Nominees Are......4-9-17

You came, you saw, you submitted your favorites! We are thrilled to announce the candidates for the 2017 Hecklers. This year we received over 180 nominations across sixteen categories – a testament to the incredibly vibrant community that we have built here in Hong Kong.

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Artist of The Month- August- Yang Yuntao8-8-17

After watching L' Amour Immortel, it was impossible for us to stay away from Hong Kong Dance Company; we had to get hold of Yang Yuntao and chat more about past projects, future visions and thoughts. We simply can't wait to be back for more and see what Yang Yuntao is proposing next.

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The Hecklers 2017- Time To Nominate!1-8-17

It's that time of the year again, and it's now time for the community to express their favourite! We've had a fantastic time last year at Orange Peel; the artists and the supporters who came made a memorable experience for everyone.

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Review- La Traviata- More Than Musical21-7-17

“La Traviata” — More than Musical, 17-18 June, ArtisTreeRedeploying opera in new formulas for new audiences can generate howls of protest from die-hard traditionalists, but it’s hard to see what is wrong with it in principle: in the theatre, this sort of thing is done all the time.

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Artist of The Month- July- Rosalind Wong11-7-17

Hot summers are for hot artists, and this month we are covering the super sparkly Rosalind Wong. A producer, actor and director both involved with Shax Theatre Group and The Shadow Players, Rosalind was recently seen in The Learned Ladies of Mid-Levels.

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Review- The Learned Ladies of Mid-Levels- The Shadow Players 30-6-17

How to be a learned person? Last night at Fringe Club, The Shadow Players “taught” us the importance of unlearning what is (presumed to be) learned, through laughing and a high dose of local stereotypes.

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Artist of the Month- June- Marc Ngan5-6-17

Marc Ngan, the highly energetic performer recently seen in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), is our Artist of the Month.

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Review - Why Not Kill Us All? - CCDC1-6-17

The concept of this piece is, as stated by Bruce Wong himself: "Fear and violence are inseparable. Violence does not solve anything but it is a release of fear...."

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Review – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)- Aurora Theatre 27-5-17

Pursuing perfection may be difficult. Pursuing comedy may be harder. But writing a review about a play as deliriously madcap, comically adept, and audience-engaged as The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) – if not equally daunting – is formidable enough.

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