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Mickael ‘Marso’ Riviere – Phantoms Within

Mickael ‘Marso’ Riviere – Phantoms Within

Phantoms Within brings a fresh take on one of the most exciting contemporary dance forms. A breathtaking show about physicality and the power of healing through dance.
An exhilarating breakdance spectacle with dancers of different abilities.

Directed by the choreographer based in the UK Mickael Marso’ Riviere, this show explores the limits of physicality through hip-hop and contemporary dance with differently abled dancers from Europe and Hong Kong. 

Breakdancing is one of the most physically demanding types of dance there is, but that doesn’t mean people with disabilities can’t get involved. British choreographer Mickael ‘Marso’ Riviere was inspired by the story of a friend who had a leg amputated as a teenager to create a show that explores the experience of amputees. 

Phantoms Within works with dancers of different abilities from both Hong Kong and Europe, including star German dancer with one hand Vehbi Can, to mount an exciting hiphop-fuelled show. It will be performed on the Laundry Steps at Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts, a splendid outdoor location for an exhilarating show the likes of which you’ve never seen.  

Mickael ‘Marso’ Riviere and his dancers test the limits of physicality and, as the show’s title suggests, looks at how phantom limbs and the “memory” of missing sensations affect people differently. 

Phantoms Within takes the infectious, liberating potential of breakdance to offer a spectacle that is a plea for empathy and greater inclusiveness in society and the arts.  

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Team Members


Athena Leung

Shadow Kid

JP Hon Wing Yi


Audience members are kindly reminded that the latest Prevention and Control of Disease Regulations and related vaccine bubble requirements implemented by the Government at the time of the performance must be complied with. Changes to existing arrangements may occur in light of new pandemic measures and government directives. Please refer to government announcements for updates.

All the content of works are independently produced by the creative team, and do not reflect the views or opinions of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.

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