Back to the big wigs of choreography! The multigenerational ensemble of CRANKY BODIES DANCE RESET celebrates the comeback of the big choreographic form. Nine contemporary dancers from Berlin, Warsaw and Budapest form a living memory through a dialogue between style-shaping actors of dance history: Five works by Trisha Brown, Lucinda Childs, Stephanie Skura, Meg Stuart and Sasha Waltz serve as inspiration for a dance-practical research on the Post-Judson-era, their practices and artistic-political discourses that surround them. It thus dares to find new explorations for choreographic practices of today. The shared joy about dancing and complex movement serves as inspiration for dancers and audience likewise.
TANZSCOUT INTRODUCTION | NOVEMBER 24 | 6.00 pm | Leitung: Amelie Mallmann
NOVEMBER 24 | ARTIST TALK AFTER THE PERFORMANCE
CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY Peter Pleyer BY AND WITH Tamás Bakó, Aleksandra Borys, Marcio Canabarro, Oliver Connew, Mor Demer, Ivan Ekemark, Ka Rustler, Alistair Watts COSTUME, SET DESIGN Michiel Keuper ASSISTANCE COSTUMES, SET DESIGN Martin Sieweke MUSIC Marc Lohr LIGHT Chien-Hung Kuo DRAMATURGY, RESEARCH Alexandra Hennig PRODUCER Cilgia Gadola PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Ece Tufan
A production by Peter Pleyer in cooperation with SOPHIENSÆLE. Funded by the Capital Cultural Fond. Supported by Dock 11 Berlin. Media partner: taz. die tageszeitung
Foto © Michiel Keuper