Portrait of a Dancer

Showreel of Pascal Sangl

 

This video shows Pascal Sangl in extracts of the following performances:

 

One on One - NB Projects

Happy Ever After - Didy Veldmann

Perpetuum - Guy Nader & Maria Campos

Lining Up (To Go Insane) - Lisa Hennig-Olsen

Metamorphosis - Pascal Sangl

 

dauration: ∼4 minutes

📍 Amsterdam (NL)

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Die Fledermaus 

Aron Stiehl (director)

Bärbel Stenzenberger (choreographer)

 

After strolling around the streets completely drunken and dressed as a bat, the noble notary Dr. Falke is left with a nickname he doesn't enjoy. His "revenge of the bat" is a trick played on Mr. von Eisenstein, who could have spared Dr. Falke from his embarrassing scene. 

Deception, infidelity and pure alcoholism are the driving forces of Johann Strauss' famous and entertaining operetta "Die Fledermaus".

 

 

Duration: ∼180 minutes

Premiere: 08 | 03 | 2020

📍 Theater Bonn, Bonn (DE)

 

 

 

 

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Fratres | Rhythm in Motion

Maximilian Näscher (musical director)

Robina Steyer (choreographer)

 

Maximilian Näscher rearranged Arvo Pärt's "Fratres" for one violine and a percussion quintett.

Robina Steyer's creative work turned "Fratres" into the choreografic highlight of the matinee program "Rhythm in Motion", which presented numerous music and dance performances at the Vaduz Classic Festival in Liechtenstein.

 

Duration: ∼12 minutes

Premiere: 25 | 08 | 2019

📍 Vaduz Classic Festival, Vaduz (FL)

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Show Business

Catherine Guerin

 

In an exciting combination of movement, text and sound, this piece takes us to the very origin of where any show really starts: the drawing board a.k.a. our home office, where the process of filling in application forms happens.

“Accompanied by Guerin's voice, who deconstructs the term 'Show Business' and morphs it into 'Home Office' eventually even resulting in 'Burn Out', the precise dance shows the according physical and often grotesque alterations.” (Mannheimer Morgen, June 19th 2019)

 

Duration: ∼25 minutes

Premiere: 18 | 06 | 2019

📍 Theater Felina-Areal, Mannheim (DE)

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Winterschlaf

Kirill Berezovski

Amelia Eisen

Mike Planz

 

"Winterschlaf" shows three people in their respective, own time zones. What starts off as disconnected slowly develops and builds up to a sense of unity, a sense of being one.

Three choreographers made this piece as a comment to the ever accelaterting speed in our society. Each choreographer worked with one dancer exclusively in a specific tempo. In the end a very slow mover meets a quicker performer and an even faster dancer.

 

 

Duration: ∼60 mins

Premiere: 11 | 10 | 2018

📍 Theater Felina-Areal, Mannheim (DE)

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Die Jahreszeiten 

Axel Brauch (director)

Vlasowa | Pawlica (choreographic duo)

 

The music theater "Die Jahreszeiten" is a declaration of love to our planet, created with big images, Haydn's music, new compositions, contemporary dance and over 300 dedicated participants and performers. It urges us to protect this vulnerable planet we call our home and prevent it from its' devastating downfall.

 

Duration: ∼120 mins

Premiere: 15 | 03 | 2018

📍 Forum am Schlosspark, Ludwigsburg (DE)

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GlitterGods/Stigma

Jesus de Vega

 

There are 72 countries where homosexuality is still outlawed. In some of them, the penalty is death.
GlitterGods/Stigma is an ode to marginalised and discriminated people from the LGBTQI+ community, and an homage to the LGBTQI+ figures that fought for the freedom we enjoy now in certain countries. 

 

 

Duration: ∼60 minutes

Premiere: 24 | 09 | 2017

📍 Theater De Meervaart, Amsterdam (NL)

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Vortex

Edan Gorlicki

 

'Vortex' is a dance piece that pulls eight dancers into a world of complex patterns and ongoing movement. It's timeless character and hypnotizing energy invite the viewers to lean back and enjoy the journey, providing them with plenty of imagery and associative thoughts. 

 

Duration: ∼13 minutes

Alternative Cast Premiere: 17 | 06 | 2017

📍 Theater am Aegi, Hannover (DE)

🏆 finalist at International Choreographic Competition 2017

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The Guests Are Here

Katherien Broug

 

'The Guests Are Here' is a dance duet influenced by the well-known story of 'Who is afraid of Virginia Woolf?' In contrast to the story, the dancers become extremely intimate and inviting in the presence of their visitors from the audience. 

       

Duration: ∼35 minutes

Premiere: 18 | 03 | 2016

📍 Compagnietheater, Amsterdam (NL)

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Lining Up (To Go Insane)

ELLE EM Project / Lisa Hennig-Olsen

 

'Lining Up (To Go Insane)' is a scored dance piece for five performers. It circles around topics of mental and physical limitations, patterns in space and being present in the moment. Inspired by Lars von Trier's 'Antichrist' the piece has an uncomfortable and mysterious feeling to it, overall speaking. 

 

 

Duration: ∼25 minutes

Premiere: 14 | 02 | 2013

📍 Academy for Theatre and Dance, Amsterdam (NL)

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One on One

NBprojects / Nicole Beutler

 

'One on One' is the first end performance of the Modern Theatre Dance year of 2013. It has been performed many times ever since, also as part of the internationally recognized Julidans Festival. The piece is inspired by various social dances and portrays a strong group of people in ever changing patterns and shifts.

 

 

Duration: ∼20 minutes

Premiere: 16 | 06 | 2013

📍 Korzo Theater, The Hague (NL)

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