13,20.8.2021 (Fri) 7:45pm
14-15, 21-*22.8.2021 (Sat-Sun) 3:00pm
Auditorium, Sha Tin Town Hall
$300 $240 $160 $100
Tickets available at URBTIX from 9 June 2021
Suitable for ages 3 and above
50% off (limited offer): Full-time students, people with disabilities and the minder, senior citizens aged 60 or above and CSSA recipients
Please refer to URBTIX for other discount offers
Venture to the North Pole and save the planet!
Under the sweeping impact of global warming, the arctic glaciers are melting and the once peaceful “home sweet home” of the polar bear is in dire crisis: soon, there will be no home to return to!
Back in 2015, the 12 zodiac animals made their first visit to the North Pole to rescue a baby polar bear, bringing audiences young and old an unforgettable tale of love and courage. Now the North Pole is in trouble again, and the 12 zodiac animals must bravely return north on a perilous and heart-warming adventure.
Professional dancers from Hong Kong Dance Company team up with young talents from the Children’s and Youth Troupes, as well as special guest Anthony Ho, to transform themselves into little animals. Through exquisite dancing and uproarious humour, these small creatures project their grace into the hearts of all who witness their journey. In the sweltering summer heat, leave behind the high-rises and city streets and join their brave mission to protect our planet, taking in the glories of nature from the ice-cold glaciers.
Xie Yin, Cai Fei, Ke Zhiyong
Deputy Artistic Coordinators
Helen Chan, Carmen Yau
Associate Choreographers/Dance Instructors
Instructors of the Children’s and Youth Troupes
Wan San Hong
*By kind permission of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
"Friends of HKDC | 5G Live Streaming" - Dance with Us
Members of Children's and Youth Troupes will demonstrate two excerpts from the dance drama with the 5G 4K live streaming technology.
Date/Time: 29 July 2021 (Thu) | 6pm
"Friends of HKDC | 5G Live Streaming" - Baby Polar Bear's Picture Book
Assistant Artistic Director Xie Yin and Angus Chan will tell us a story about global warming.
Date/Time: 6 August 2021 (Fri) | 7pm