What is it that we all need, precisely at this moment? The project RE-COVER explores this question in a special setting, as the audience experiences the durational performance in comfortable seats surrounding the stage. In this unique, very exclusive performance situation, the dancers give insights into and share their inner world.
RE-COVER makes personal developments and processes visible, explores states and gives us all time: for five hours it offers a retreat for experiencing, observing and reflecting. As a spectator, you can move freely around the room in this special atmosphere, choose your own soundtrack using your smartphone and headphones, or take a break in the fresh air. Food is also provided as part of the performance.
Revealing a collective organic dramaturgy that emerges anew every performance. RE-COVER also explores the relationship between audience and performers - as both witnesses and bearers of stories. How must this relationship be shaped so that narratives have space to unfold and be reobserved?
Smartphone and headphones required. Please note that masks are mandatory.
Please note the daily updated access regulations: https://eintanzhaus.de/en/service/covid-19-guest-info/
Artistic Direction, Concept, Performance Design and Stage Edan Gorlicki Performers & Co-Creators Alfonso Fernández Sánchez, Amy Josh, Charlotte Petersen, Lorenzo Ponteprimo, TingAn Ying Costume Concept and Artistic Assistance Evandro Pedroni Light Ingo Jooß Music Harrison McClary Dramaturgie/PR and Building-Actions-Program Eva-Maria Steinel Production Management Janin Friese, Silinee Damsa-Ard / Produktionsbüro schæfer&sœhne Fundraising Susanne Brauer Management Sarah Thöle Research Support and Experts Dr. Prof. Sabine Koch, Manuela Juhart, Dr. rer. medic. Marianne Eberhard, Christine Caldwell, PhD, Olivia Streater.
Funded by Fonds Darstellende Künste, den Landesverband Freie Tanz und Theaterschaffende Baden-Württemberg e.V. aus Mitteln des Ministeriums für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst des Landes Baden-Württemberg sowie das Kulturamt der Stadt Heidelberg. Koproduktion Theaterfestival Schwindelfrei und Theater Rampe Stuttgart. Gesponsert von EPPLE. Collaboration Partners Karlstorbahnhof Heidelberg, EinTanzHaus Mannheim, SRH Hochschule Heidelberg, Fakultät für Therapiewissenschaften Tanztherapie
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