2021/22 Dance Season
Moving into the 42nd dance season, our new Artistic Director Yuri Ng is working through a creative process for the upcoming four dance seasons
that are themed around winter, spring, summer and autumn respectively.
Our vibrant local artists are going to thrill our audience and kick-off this dance season with winter-themed series.
Our 2021/22 Dance Season Early Bird Offer on ticket package is now available until 18 April. Up to 30% discount is waiting for you!
Don’t miss out – act now!
This Season brochure will be featuring 14 different versions of cover. These limited editions can be found at the CCDC Dance Center and some other cultural venues.
Or you can fill out the online form below, selected version will be sent by mail
Made in Hong Kong, made for Hong Kong
When ‘Made in Hong Kong’ stopped being a label commonly seen stamped onto factory goods, the question arose: Where could we say WE were made? That is people born, raised or living in Hong Kong.
The ‘Made in Hong Kong’ label has vanished, but art has always been borderless, and this applies even more to dance. What we have conceived, discussed, produced and performed in Hong Kong has been nourished by CCDC. The Company has taken productions that make us proud around the world on annual tours. There might be no “Made in Hong Kong” label anymore, but we know that we are both “made in Hong Kong AND made for Hong Kong.”
CCDC will set up an exhibition to show some of the redesigned costumes and a behind-the-scene featurette.
They are all produced by Yuri Ng, teaming up with our Wardrobe Manager Linda Lee and other 6 designers Liz Lau Hang Chi,
Siu Wai Man (Siujiou), Yeung Chin, Cindy Ho Pui Shan, Perpetua Ip and Kay Wong.
Tailor brand-new outfits for 14 dancers using the old costumes and used in our latest dance season “Why 冬 We Dance?”.
As they weave in and out, the stories in the fabric connect, stretch and grow.
Venue: Area E2 of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre (Free Admission)
Date: March 19-29, 2021