Choreographer Victor Fung (UK/Hong Kong) is seeking dance artists for various projects in 2018-19.
Based in UK and Hong Kong, award-winning choreographer Victor Fung is seeking dance artists for a number of projects for the stage and beyond. Dancers of all cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

WhenJune 16 (Saturday10am-5pm

Where: Studio Wayne McGregor, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3BS

How to Apply: please send CV and video link to with the subject heading “re: (your name) 18/19 audition”. Please specify which project(s) you are applying for as the requirements for each project varies. Audition by invitation only.

Deadline to Apply: June 12, 2018 (Tues)

From the Top: Seeking 2 experienced male dancers with strong contemporary dance
technique and partnering skills for reconstruction of the original 30-minute duet and R&D for an expanded full-evening quartet version of the work.
From the Top is a witty dance work that explores the imbalance of power between performers and dance makers. Since its premiere in 2015, the piece has been presented in Hong Kong, South Korea, Germany and the United States to critical and popular acclaim.
For trailer and more information about the duet, please visit:
Rehearsal period: Aug 20 – Sept 7, 2018 in UK
UK touring: From Spring/Summer 2019 (schedule to follow)
Dancers will be paid equity rate subject to funding

Finding Meaning in an Uncertain World: Seeking male/female dancers with excellent contemporary dance
technique with unique movement style and strong personality for the new creation of a full-evening quartet.
Finding Meaning in an Uncertain World explores the ways in which meaning in dance is manipulated and distorted by all that surrounds it; a light-hearted critique on how meaning is created and decoded in
contemporary dance.
Rehearsal period: Oct 2018 & Feb 2019 / Jan & Feb 2019 (likely to be in Hong Kong, exact dates TBC)
Performances: February 2019 (likely to be in Hong Kong, exact dates TBC)

When I Grow Up: Seeking male/female performers experienced in movement, voice and text who are interested in creating short performative interactions in public spaces.
When I Grow Up is a series of one-to-one dance interventions for public spaces. Through the sharing of stories about grow up in the form of movement, voice and text, these interactions aim to provide an opportunity to break boundaries and shift perceptions between people of diverse backgrounds.
R&D period: Sept 10-14, 2018 in UK


For more information about all of his work, please visit


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