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: approx. 60 minutes
Premiere: 24 | 09 | 2017
Theater De Meervaart, Amsterdam (NL)
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.
Choreography: Vlasova | Pawlica
Duration: approx. 120 mins
Premiere: 15 | 03 | 2018
Forum am Schlosspark, Ludwigsburg (DE)
'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: approx. 13 minutes
Alternative Cast Premiere: 17 | 06 | 2017
International Choreographic Competition 2017
Theater am Aegi, Hannover (DE)
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: approx. 25 minutes
Premiere: 14 | 02 | 2013
Academy for Theatre and Dance, Amsterdam (NL)
The Guests Are Here
'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: approx. 35 minutes
Premiere: 18 | 03 | 2016
Compagnietheater, Amsterdam (NL)
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.