Nominees- Best Dance Show


Dancing comes with a lot of work and sacrifice. The more effortless it looks, the more sweat has been pour over those steps. In a dance show, we get carried away by performers expressing their emotions through movements rather than words. The talented groups nominated have brought a lot of beauty to our town. 


Mass disclaimer: all the photos in these nominee articles are the property of the artists who created these shows and the photographers who took them. We're writing these articles to help inform the public so they can make their decisions on the Heckler ballot. Voting will close September 12th. You can access your ballot  here.


Soledad, CCDC


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CCDC impressive dance piece got its inspiration from classic masterpiece One Hundred Years of Solitude by Nobel literature prize winner Gabriel García Márquez's. This was the first collaboration between local choreographer Helen Lai and the Hong Kong and UK artist Peter Suart. Between the two performers, a world of love, desire, and power will unfold leaving behind a great and inscrutable solitude.


The Nutcracker, Hong Kong Ballet


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This updated version by Hong Kong Ballet has surely been the highlight of local Christmas Holidays and Clara's magical world has made the Hong Kong audience dreaming again. 



The Jockey Club Creative Dance Series, Hong Kong Arts Festival


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This is the fifth year that Jockey Club presents its dancing performance at the Hong Kong Arts Festival. A true work of dance and physical theatre. 


Gestalt, E-Side Dance Company


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Choreographer Jacky Yu has created a new work following the success of Converging Beams. His work focuses on the breakthrough of dancing skills and physical limits, pursuing the beauty of dance in its pure body movements.


Storm Clouds, Hong Kong Dance Company


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This spectacular show combines dance, drama and martial arts, featuring the fierce battle between Bo Ging-wan (Cloud) and Lip Fung (Wind). It was adapted from the comic The Storm Riders.