Nominees-Best Dance Show

  28-7-13

Dance shows are really difficult to create and produce. Don't underestimate the amount of talent and skill it takes to create a fabulous dance production. What's great about this year's nominees is that we have different styles and mediums of dance from break dancing to ballet to modern to burlesque. It's also nice to see so many world premiere shows and new choreographers nominated for their work in HK's world of dance. New work should be celebrated.

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.

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*Live Vibe 2013, Fake Frog Productions

A variety style show produced at Hong Kong Polytech it brought together different styles of dance together into one night of entertainment.
Read the Review.
 

*End. Stop. Line., Dance Kho

A world premiere show that fused together modern dance with film and photo projection. Choreographed by Kirsten Ho.
Read the Review.
 

*Walls 44, Unclock Dancing Plaza

A world premiere show that 3 different parts and required audiences to attend 3 different performances at 3 different theatres to get the whole picture.
 

*Les Illusions de L'Amour

A world premiere show by the artistic team Eddie Villanuea and Marsha Yuan. This show was a celebration about the love of community and the love of performing.
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*The Vixens Christmas Extravaganza, Vixens Burlesque

Described as a panto for adults, this world premiere was about a Hong Kong girl named Candy Cane who fights to save Christmas from greedy bankers like her boss, Stanley Ho Ho Ho.
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