Prologue | Showcase I | Showcase II | Showcase III

Prologue

As the WE Dance Finale celebration begins, Living Statues come to life around the Nursery Park, inviting you to join a fun cypher circle in Big Circle.


Showcase I

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.

Choreographed by Anthony Suen
Performed by Performing Arts Education Centre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Together


A dance celebration that welcomes participants of all abilities. Together we explore the environment with our bodies, creating movements that become our own unique dance steps.

Performed by the HKAPA Dance Alumni Association and the Symbiotic Dance Troupe of the Centre for Community Cultural Development


Young talents from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts present exciting choreographies and dance styles ranging from traditional Chinese to Contemporary and Jazz.

The Blues
Choreographed by Zhao Na
Performed by Gifted Young Dancer Programme (GYDP), The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Back
Choreographed by Lam Po
Performed by Gifted Young Dancer Programme (GYDP), The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Feel the Beat
Choreographed by Chung Wai Jamie
Performed by Gifted Young Dancer Programme (GYDP), The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts




Showcase II

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.

Choreographed by Anthony Suen
Performed by Performing Arts Education Centre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Green-slaves


Greensleeves? Green-slaves!

Choreographed and performed by Ailsa Li, Phoebe Wong, Kwan Lok Yin, Natalie Lau#
Performing group: CCDC Dance Centre
#With kind permission of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Kung Fu Fighting

How can we be both hard and soft? Taking the essence of traditional martial arts, young dancers present moves that combine dance rhythms and Kung Fu tricks.

Performed by CCDC Dance Centre

Excerpts from Luminescent


This short dance piece about friendships and relationships explores the connection among individuals.

Choreographed by Pewan Chow
Performed by Passoverdance

Dancing Statues


Just when you’re not looking, the statues in the garden begin to move!

Choreographed and performed by Ivy Tsui and Cherie Yeung



Showcase III

Rocky


Choreographed to the music from Rocky, this new Latin dance formation presents a combination of Samba, Cha Cha Cha and Rumba performed by a group of differently abled dancers.

Choreographed by Alan Li
Performed by Hong Kong Wheelchair Dance Sport Association

Excerpts from In spite of Oneself


We all want to live for ourselves, but always involuntarily.

Choreographed by Li Yongjing
Sound Designed by L.C. Fung
Performed by HKAPA Dance Ensemble

Pirates of the Caribbean


Delivering a strong message of social inclusion, this ballroom dance piece performed by Miss Holly Yau, an able dancer and Mr Philip Wong, a dancer in a wheelchair, combines elements of Samba, Tango, Rumba and Paso Doble and the soundtracks from the Pirates of the Caribbean.

Choreographed by Alan Li
Performed by Hong Kong Wheelchair Dance Sport Association

Showcase by Studiodanz


Encouraging everyone to feel the groove, Studiodanz presents the essence of urban dance and breakdance culture.

Choreographed by Angela Hang, Terry Chan and Potato Tsui