The workshop series for everyone who wants to bring more movement into their (working) everyday life! Different exercises and small choreographies which are easily transferable to practice with children, teenagers and adults are tested playfully. A script summarizes all the exercises in a detailed g...
The sixth edition of our discussion series Politics of Love takes place as part of the performance festival Freischwimmer*innen. The Future is Female* and, in the name of softness, addresses current queerfeminist strategies between aesthetics and politics.
OCtober 15 – November 10 Performance, dance and dialogue on 30 years of "East German Experience": Over the course of an entire month artistic contributions of the third GDR generation will be presented; addressing the consequences of the so-called reunification, as well as new perspectives on the German-German field of tension.
NOVEMBER 29 – DECEMBER 08 Two festivals in one: The relaunched newcomer platform Freischwimmen meets the sequel to The Future is Female* and offers ten days packed with queerfeminism - cross-generational and suitable for everyday use!
Two guest productions emerging out of the Young Choreographers Festival, founded by the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens, are invited to Tanztage Berlin this year. Since 2014 the festival has been showcasing how lively the Greek dance scene, despite the lack of funding in recent years.
A production by Mi Mai. Funded by the Atelier de Paris-Carolyn Carlson - Centre de Développement Chorégraphique, Athens & Epidaurus Festival, DañsFabrik Festival. Supported by CND – Centre National de la Danse, Honolulu – Loïc Touzé/Association ORO, La Métive, Le Pad – Angers, Espace Pasolini Laboratoire Artistique. The piece is part of the project [DNA] Departures and Arrivals, funded by Creative Europe der Europäischen Union
EVANGELIA KOLYRA 10,000 LITRES
CONCEPT, ChoreograPHY Evangelia Kolyra Performance Joss Carter, Justyna Janiszewska, Evangelia Kolyra STAGE, COSTUMES Sisters From Another Mister LiGht design, PRODUCTION Sherry Coenen
A production by The Place. Funded by the Arts Council England. Supported by Dance4, Onassis Culture Centre-Athen, Citymoves, Chelsea Theatre and Queen Mary University