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Born in Hong Kong to parents of Germany and West Africa descent, raised in Berlin and educated through Hip Hop, Raphael Moussa Hillebrand uses his multifaceted cultural background to realize his vision of Hip Hop Dance theater. In December 2021 he visited EinTanzHaus to speak about his work as a breaker and as an active part of the hip hop community.
The program UND JETZT? is funded in the impulse program "Kunst trotz Abstand" of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg.
The Critical Friends are a working group made up of interested citizens from Mannheim's diverse urban society. It accompanies the Kunsthalle and the National Theater Mannheim with its perspectives. As part of a cooperation around the installation NIEMANDSLAND, the group came to EinTanzHaus in June 2021 and discussed the work of Dimitri de Perrot from different perspectives.
With the members of the group Critical Friends Anna Barbara Dell, Aneliya Doeva-Neumüller, Rajya Karumanchi-Dörsam, Zienal Mustafa, Nezahat Sönmez Moderation Sophie Kara, Diversity Manager, Nationaltheater Mannheim. A collaboration of the 21. Internationale Schillertage / Nationaltheater Mannheim with EinTanzHaus Mannheim in the context of the production NIEMANDSLAND by Dimitri de Perrot. NIEMANDSLAND is part of the EinTanzHaus project NIEMANDSLAND - a model to redefine spaces / Supported by the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. The Critical Friends are funded in the program "360° - Fund for Cultures of the New Urban Society" of the Federal Cultural Foundation.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmidt talks about two topics that are currently discussed in the theater world: the consequences of the pandemic on the dance and theater and the discussions that his study Power and Structure in Theater, published two years ago, has initiated.
The program UND JETZT? is funded by „Kunst trotz Abstand“ des Ministeriums für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg.
In February 2021, an extraordinary digital project took place at EinTanzHaus: With eight dancers from France, Germany and Poland, choreographers Didier Théron and Michèle Murray worked for a week on the theme THE EUROPEANS. What was special about this was that they were not in one place, but danced, spoke and discussed via video conference in Mannheim, Warsaw and Montpellier. But is collaboration possible under these conditions? THE MANNHEIM PIECES summarizes the diverse experiences from this unusual time.
A collaboration between EinTanzHaus and Compagnie Didier Théron. Sponsored by the Cultural Office of the City of Mannheim.