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Dancing with Anger (Premiere November 2014)

– Royal Danish Ballet

The anger we can be forced to carry with us for a lifetime is the point of departure for Dancing with Anger. Touching us profoundly, no matter what we do to get rid of it it will always be there. If we try to suppress it we risk to be eaten up from the inside. Survival is all about figuring out how to deal with it.

Premiered November 15th 2014 at The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen
Dance: Sebastian Kloborg & Eliabe Vieira
Music: Tune Madsen & G.F. Händel
Photo: Daniel Urhøj
Choreography: Lotte Sigh

 

Speak to Me (Premiere December 2014)

We can sit closely in a public space or we can lay next to each other in the bed a night and still not really meet.
We can pass the same crossroads for just a moment or we can share our lives and still not really meet.
Sometimes maybe that is just how it is supposed to be – other times it would probably change a lot of things for the better to look each other in the yes and really meet.

Dance by Fuji Hofman & Chihiro Miyahara
Music by Kristian Tangvik
Choreography by Lotte Sigh
Photo by Daniel Urhøj

Performing
December 2nd 2014: AFUK
December 3rd 2014: Gefion Gymnasium & Carlsberg
December 5th 2014: National Library
December 6th 2014: National Museum

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Instituto Italiano di Cultura
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Tuborgfondet
Kulturstyrelsen
EUNIC
BritishCouncil
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Augustinus
goethe-institut
Folkeskolen
French cultural centers and institutes
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