A scene from Beyond Dance Theatre’s Remnants, a new work from choreographer Kelvin Mak, at Y Theatre in Chai Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Beyond Dance Theatre
A scene from Beyond Dance Theatre’s Remnants, a new work from choreographer Kelvin Mak, at Y Theatre in Chai Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Beyond Dance Theatre

Review |
Hong Kong dance show’s political undertones hit home with genuinely frightening and shocking scenes

  • Beyond Dance Theatre’s Remnants presents a number of intriguing symbols as its two central characters, who perform immaculately, rally against conformity
  • The confident and passionate production confirms Kelvin Mak as one of the most exciting choreographers of his generation in Hong Kong

Topic |   Performing arts in Hong Kong
A scene from Beyond Dance Theatre’s Remnants, a new work from choreographer Kelvin Mak, at Y Theatre in Chai Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Beyond Dance Theatre
A scene from Beyond Dance Theatre’s Remnants, a new work from choreographer Kelvin Mak, at Y Theatre in Chai Wan, Hong Kong. Photo: Beyond Dance Theatre
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