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In this work two choreographers, each from different countries, open a spectrum of views as they present their collaborative production. Shofting the audiences' sight lines, they create an interactive experience which delves into the strategies we use time overcome boundaries and limitation.


The studio theatre will be transformed into an environment that is at the same time containing and boundless as the 

dancers, physical movements, setting, visual effects and music lead the audience into a labyrinth of passage and chambers. 



Maze 3.0 Singapore Tour

Passoverdance collaborate with National University of Singapore in September to October 2022.




"Maze: Shifting Boundaries (Maze 3.0)"

Live-streaming in HK with CODA Festival

Passoverdance is being invited to have live streaming performance of Maze 3.0 in CODA Oslo International Dance Festival in coming October.




"Maze: Shifting Boundaries (Maze 3.0)"

Festival Hong Kong 2019 - A Cultural Extravaganza@Shanghai

Passoverdance and The School of Dance of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts are set to present "Maze: Shifting Boundaries" at the shopping mall Xintiandi Style.

Performance Details

Date: 16th November, 2019 (Sat)

Time: 2pm

Venue: Shanghai Xintiandi Style

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"Maze" Filming

Chow and Newman took the original production and continued the journey with Maze: Pushing Boundaries in 2018 offering audiences alternative perspectives. Chow has further transformed this work into a dance film through a collaboration with renowned dance video director Maurice Lai. Audiences can now experience and appreciate the work in montage.



"Maze: Shifting Boundaries (Maze 3.0)"

The latest work of Pewan Chow, recipient of 2017’s Artist of the Year (Dance) by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, and Artistic Director of Passoverdance. It is also a sequel to Maze, winner of the 2013 Hong Kong Dance Award for Outstanding Independent Production. The new performance features 20 young dancers and four professional dancers in six performances at three shopping malls.


"Maze: Pushing Boundaries (Maze 2.0)"

Jointly choreographed by Pewan Chow and Rosalind Newman, the critically-acclaimed Maze won The Hong Kong Dance Award for Outstanding Independent Dance Production in 2013. In this year, the duo develop ideas from Maze and continue to explore new ways of presenting, seeing and attending dance in Maze: Pushing Boundaries.




"Maze in Guangdong" (Re-run)

Two choreographers with years of experience creatin and performing for the international audience will present their next production with a new twist – by restricting the audience’s sightline and viewing position as the point of departure, thereby creating an interactive process between the audience’s angle and the choreographers designs.




In this work two choreographers, each from different countries, open a spectrum of views as they present their collaborative production. Shifting the audience’s sight lines, they create an interactive experience which delved into the strategies we use to overcome boundaries and limitations. The studio theatre will be transformed into an environment that is at the same time containing and boundless as the dancers, physical movements, setting, visual effects and music lead the audience into a labyrinth of passages and chambers.

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