8 Jan (Sun) Programme Rundown  

15:00 - 15:20

Sunset Lawn, Nursery Park

Showcase

What Time Is It?
Journey
Big Dance
Encounter
You Can’t Stop the Beat!

16:00 - 16:40

Big Circle, Nursery Park

Showcase & Workshop

Big Dance
WE Dance Workshop
What Time Is It?
Journey
Encounter
You Can’t Stop the Beat!

* For location details, please refer to the map in Overview.

Programme Description

What Time Is It?

Choreographed to the song “What time is it?” from High School Musical 2, this performance captures the youthful vitality of a group of students as they dance and sing to celebrate the end of school and the start of the summer holidays!

Choreographer: Anthony Suen



Journey

Exploring, finding, seeking… We have journeyed such a long way.

This is my path. It is also our path.

Choreographer: Rebecca Wong 



Big Dance

Big Dance Pledge was launched in 2006 in UK as a biennial festival designed to bring people together through dance. This year’s Big Dance choreography, created by internationally acclaimed choreographer Akram Khan, is easy to learn and designed for everyone everywhere to take part in with family and friends – whatever your level of dance experience.

Choreographer: Akram Khan



Encounter

There! That’s my way out.

Choreographer: Rebecca Wong



You Can’t Stop the Beat!

When the music starts, no one can resist dancing to “You Can’t Stop the Beat!from the musical Hairspray – a song that tells us we can all be stars and achieve our dreams!

Choreographer: Anthony Suen



WE Dance Workshop

Our WE Dance workshop welcomes participants of all abilities and levels! Join the secondary school students from the Applied Learning Course “Taking a Chance on Dance” in creative interactive dance games that will help make dance part of your everyday life!



Collaborating Partners

Performing Arts Education Centre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Established in 2007, the Performing Arts Education Centre is an Academy initiative to systematically coordinate different educational outreach activities for youngsters. The centre is involved in the development of local and international networks to strategise and raise awareness of performing arts education within community activities and government circles, and collaborates with the Education Bureau to offer Applied Learning Courses as part of the new senior secondary curriculum. The performers taking part in WE Dance are students from the Applied Learning Course “Taking a Chance on Dance”.