Animals on the Beach
© Camille Blake
Animals on the Beach
© Camille Blake
Dance

Deborah Hay

Animals on the Beach & 3 Soli

Tickets:

18 Euro (conc. 9 Euro, [k]-Karte 9 Euro, double ticket fo 2 nights 25 Euro, conc. 12 Euro)

Past dates

Wednesday

2/19/20

8:30 PM

k1

Thursday

2/20/20

8:30 PM

k1

Friday

2/21/20

8:30 PM

k1

Animals on the Beach
© Camille Blake
Asset 94416
© Camilla Greenwell
Animals on the Beach
© Camille Blake
Fire
© Dajana Lothert
The Man Who Grew Common in Wisdom
© Dajana Lothert
The Man Who Grew Common in Wisdom
© Dajana Lothert

Animals on the Beach

Animals on the Beach

Fire

The Man Who Grew Common in Wisdom

The Man Who Grew Common in Wisdom

Animals On The Beach & 3 Soli:

ROS WARBY: FIRE EVA MOHN: THE MAN WHO GREW COMMON IN WISDOM DEBORAH HAY: MY CHOREOGRAPHED BODY … REVISITED, 2019

Deborah Hay is one of the most influential choreographers of the USA and was a founding member of the legendary Judson Dance Theater in New York. Fifteen years ago, she developed a program and a method of collaborative choreography: she writes so-called scores, i.e. choreographic instructions for action, which dancers get to develop further. Deborah Hay developed her new production ANIMALS ON THE BEACH in which she deals with continuity and discontinuity, with five dancers from this solo programme. Hays dancers dedicate themselves to a new language of movement that does not allow any pictorial conclusions to be drawn and that incorporates the dignity, humour and intelligence of their collaborators. Christopher Roman and Ros Warby present their solos on the first evening. And on the two other nights Deborah Hay herself presents her new solo MY CHOREOGRAPHED BODY ... REVISITED, 2019 as part of a two-part evening with ANIMALS ON THE BEACH.

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