Work available to tour
From the Top
From the Top is a witty dance work that explores the power relations between performers and dance makers. The piece presents to the audience a fictional scenario based on the everyday life of dance artists and looks at the absurd nature of so-called artistic integrity and what it means to make art. Action on stage is juxtaposed with voiceovers and surtitles to reveal the politics between the ever-demanding choreographer and dancers who continuously attempt to fulfil a choreographer's artistic vision.
"most exhilarating... Kenny Leung and Ronny Wong [were] both very talented and very funny"
- Carla Escoda, Huffington Post
- Natalia Chan, ArtPlus
Mar 2015 - Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre (Hong Kong Arts Festival)
Oct 2015 - DongSoong Art Centre, Seoul, South Korea (PAMS)
Jul 2016 - University of Auckland, New Zealand (Undisciplining Dance Symposium)
Sep 2016 - Stahlwerk, Düsseldorf, Germany (Internationale Tanzmesse NRW)
Jun 2017 - Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, USA (San Francisco International Arts Festival)
Nov 2017 - HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Multi-media Theatre, Hong Kong (Jockey Club New Arts Power Showcase)
Aug 2019 - Dance Base, Edinburgh, UK (Edinburgh Festival Fringe)
Current research project
When I Grow Up
When I Grow Up is about getting to know others through stories of their past. It is about connecting with who they were to better understand who they are, celebrating where people came from in order to appreciate who they have become.
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