In The Angry Girl a performer seated at a table tells the audience the stories of The Angry Girl and The Lady-in-black-girl while browsing a book with handmade collages. The performer's speech, the collages and the simple but thought-out scenography only serve one goal: to drag public into the sometimes surrealistic then hyper-real world of the characters.
WORKSHOP - Sometimes perhaps do we find ourselves dismissing a piece of choreography we are watching because it is the sort of thing they used to do twenty / thirty / fifty years ago? What is it that intervenes to make this happen? In this presentation with structured group discussion, Fabian Barba and Ramsay Burt will raise questions about the persistence of embodied memories of past dance aesthetics.
De choreografe Ula Sickle maakt twee solo’s voor en met jonge dansers uit Kinshasa, Dinozord en Jolie Ngemi. De eerste solo gaat op zoek naar de roots van hiphop, de tweede samplet muziekvideo’s en nachtclubacts.