16 Jul 2022 (Sat) 7:30 ‑ 8:10pm (40 minutes)
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The Indian dancer. The British Indian Army. The lost pearls in Tai Po. The cormorants that are forced to migrate. Which of them belongs here, and which ought to live in the fringe?

Uday came from India to Hong Kong to pursue his dreams in dancing. Hong Kong provided him with the opportunities he always longed for, followed by a sense of alienness due to his differences with the locals. This bizarre city triggered the memories of his hometown–Hyderabad.

This unique solo play covers various styles from traditional to contemporary Indian dance, which will be rich in gestural vocabulary telling the stories of Hong Kong, Tai Po and Hyderabad. We opted to promote environmental conservative through this performance and bring up audiences’ awareness towards nature.

  • In English

* ​All venue users/audiences are required to put on their own masks, comply with the requirement of the Vaccine Pass and scan the "LeaveHomeSafe" QR code before entering the venue.

Photo credit to: AURA Photography ( Instagram: @a_u_r_a_photography )

Organizer: Centre For Community Cultural Development
Co-organizer: BEYOND Bollywood
Playwright: Augustine Mok
Director: Indy Lee
Choreography & Performance: Uday Sathala
Producer: Benis Cheng
Marketing & Publicity: Eunice Kwok, Didi Chan
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