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  1. Stranger than Fiction

    Posted May 19th 2005, 12:00am by Kevin Kwong

    ... Kevin Kwong Fri and Sat, 8pm; Sun 3pm City Contemporary Dance Company, Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre It's an unusual collaboration- but that's exactly what makes Stranger Than Fiction- 2 Lives Mirroring Each Other worth seeing. The City Contemporary Dance Company production, choreographed by Xing Liang and Phillip Adams, is described as a 'highly ...

  2. Say ta-ta to tutus as modern dance makes way for the ravers

    Posted May 23rd 2004, 12:00am by Jennifer Joan Lee

    ... Ballet gets a faddish make-over with techno-fantasy production Rave, an ecstatic, hypnotic fusion of catwalk posturing, break dancing, kung fu fighting and classical ballet. Staged by France's contemporary dance company, CCN-Ballet de Lorraine next week, as part of Le French May, Rave is the brainchild of US choreo-grapher and former Balanchine ballerina Karole Armitage. ...

  3. Flesh DANCE

    Posted Sep 26th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... JOAQUIN CORTES IS - apparently - sex on legs. How many legs the 'Spanish dancing sensation'' has is hard to tell when he's a blur of energy on stage performing his ... to him. If it all sounds more rock'n'roll than serious dance, that's because it is. Cortes' shows are like stadium rock gigs; dramatic music reverberating through giant ...

  4. Dance troupe finds the key to unlocking intimate dreams- in bed

    Posted Jul 03rd 2005, 12:00am by Agnes Cheung

    ... Hong Kong and Taiwan, Individual Dreams... Shared Bed is their search for identity, love, fear and desire. The DanceArt Hong Kong production also sets out to explore the cultural similarities ... the 10th anniversary of DanceArt. 'We are all about 40 and very mature, artistically,' Wong says. 'We want to show our best to the audience through our collaboration.' He says ...

  5. Bernard Dance

    Posted Jan 09th 2005, 12:00am by P. RAMAKRISHNAN

    ... P. Ramakrishnan Bernard Dance is chef of champagne house Moet & Chandon's Chateau de Saran in Epernay, France. He was at the InterContinental in Tsim Sha Tsui recently to lead a pairing of champagnes and Chinese cuisine. What restaurants have you tried in Hong Kong? 'I've been to Hong Kong many times but always for work, so I haven't really had the chance ...

  6. Fifty years on and still going crazy... that's quite some feet

    Posted Apr 18th 2004, 12:00am by Xiaoqing Rong

    ... New York's patriarch of modern dance keeps his performances fresh, young and innovative, writes Xiaoqing Rong For a man who has spent most of his life using elements of surprise ... filling his day- even though arthritis and old age have taken their toll, and he's barely able to dance any more. 'Yoga and drawing are other ways to stay away from yourself,' he ...

  7. Ingenious choreography lifts abstract ballet

    Posted Feb 27th 2004, 12:00am by Kevin Ng

    ... Review Kevin Ng The Zurich Ballet Mozartina Ends tomorrow night with presentation of Goldberg Variations Hong Kong rarely sees ballet programmes that are purely about dance. The public ... their magnificent production of Balanchine's Jewels more than a year ago. So, bravo to the Hong Kong Arts Festival for staging two pure-dance ballets. Renowned Swiss choreographer Heinz Spoerli ...

  8. Hold the line

    Posted Oct 08th 2003, 12:00am by Mark Mccord

    ... and they're off. Legs kicking, arms swinging, hands clapping and smiles beaming, the ladies of the Hong Kong Line Dancing Association (HKLDA) begin strutting their stuff. Barely in synch, ... their left legs in an exaggerated kick that clips the floor, turn to the right and step back again with a clap. Line dancing is not an exact discipline but their timing suggests it's not even ...

  9. Shifting gere

    Posted Oct 31st 2004, 12:00am by Richard James Havis

    ... thoughtful. It's a quality that came in useful for his role in Shall We Dance?, the US remake of the Japanese ballroom dancing hit. Gere plays a sensitive, introspective husband who seems to have the perfect life- until he spots dance teacher Jennifer Lopez from a train. Gere's character, John Clark, is an affluent lawyer who's perfectly happy with his wife (Susan Sarandon) ...

  10. Mumbai's bar girls won't take moral curbs lying down

    Posted May 01st 2005, 12:00am

    ... Otherwise, the show will go on.' Thirty-four years later there is still no legislation in place and 75,000 women are now working in Mumbai's famous dance bars. But the Maharashtra government has suddenly cracked down on the bars, threatening to close them within six weeks. A pall of gloom has descended on the estimated 2,000 dance bars in India's entertainment capital, ...




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