Xmas Showing 2016 with pieces by choreographers Jos Baker and Ricardo Ambrozio. Performed by SEAD students of the Defining Year. After a break we present Manuel Ronda's work with students of the Going On Year again.
Let us not ask where it leads
This new creation started with building a shared movement language based on a method called „Trajectories“. Similar to flying objects the dancers carve complex pathways through the space while building relationships between themselves and others. How much information can they/we deal with at any one moment? Can they/we connect to each other and take on lots of information at the same time?
Find what you LOVE and let it kill you
"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane
by those who could not hear the music"
Outbreak, madness, an orgy of senses. Dance, dance until the end, dance, dance otherwise otherwise we are lost. Dance as no one is watching. This piece is based on the research of "celebrating" 500 years of the Dancing Plague (or Dance Epidemic), a phenomenon of a dancing mania that occurred in Strasbourg in 1518. Hundreds of people took to dancing without rest, and, over the period of about one month, some of those affected even died.
Hard times need furious dance. Today, we need it more than never.
-- break --
The unfortunate misunderstanding of Donald Beteille
Spinning through their dreams and nightmares strange creatures appear in a broken contemporary rock musical. Where fabulous interpretations take place. Where brain cells meet to give birth to what seems to be reality but at the same time it is not at all what we are trying to describe.
A fantastic adventure through music, movement and performance.
Tickets: 14,-/11,- Euro
|Event Date||15. Dec 2016|
|Location||SEAD / The Josef Eckart Theatre|