Kam Hiu Lam, a dancer born and raised in Macao, left home to follow her dancing dream, and it was also dancing that led her back home. She will showcase two dance pieces in collaboration with choreographers Chou Shu-Yi from Taiwan and Wang Yuanqing from Beijing respectively.

Can we truly find freedom in dance? Chou Shu-Yi’s new work Dancing in Court is a dance conversation between himself and Kam Hiu Lam, where they are united in the search to find rules and limitations between life and dance.

Our true feelings are forever inexpressible in words and speech alone, which is precisely the sentiment of Kam Hiu Lam and Wang Yuanqing’s collaboration The Name of this Piece Cannot Describe the Content of this Piece, a piece which can only be understood by watching in person.

Two works with two very different styles weave Dance Duo, affirming Kam Hiu Lam’s transformation over the last decade.

Choreography: Chou Shu-Yi, Wang Yuanqing and Kam Hiu Lam
Dramaturge and Sound Design: Wang Yuanqing
Dancer: Kam Hiu Lam
Lighting Design: Calvin Lam

Duration: Approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes, including one interval
With occasional Cantonese, Mandarin and English dialogue, no surtitles

Post-show Talks after the performance on 21 and 22 May 20:00

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Dance Duo


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Last modified: 2021-04-08 21:46

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