AFTERMATH

– premiere November 19th 2019
AFTERMATH explores the human heritage that as an invisible creature can have aftereffects on both individuals, groups and peoples for generations. Geneticists have made research on how for example trauma can be inherited, and that our conditions and choices can become an echo that moves the world dynamic. From this arises the inspiration for AFTERMATH, and the effect of that heritage we all are both receivers and sender of is the DNA of this performance. The costumes are made out of parachutes from World War II, and the tones from a long forgotten era meets strong-willed dancers and live improvisations by organist Mads Høck that together make their suggestion for where the world is heading.

Performances:

November 19th 2019 16.00 – Grundtvigs Kirke

November 19th 2019 19.00 – Grundtvigs Kirke

November 20th 2019 16.00 – Grundtvigs Kirke

November 20th 2019 19.00 – Grundtvigs Kirke

Will go on Spring Tour 2020

March 11th Københavns Åbne Gymnasium (sold out)

March 19th Rigshospitalet (sold out)

March 20th 2020 Skolen på Sydhavnen (sold out)

March 20th 2020 WeShelter (sold out)

March 23rd 2020 Sct. Joseph Hospital (sold out)

March 23rd 2020 Ørestadens Gymnasium (sold out)

Dance LUCIA PASQUINI, ERIKA CUCUMAZZO, CAROLINE HØEGH, KATIE SERRIDGE, OLIVIA FOLEY, RAND TAHA, ALESSANDRA MICHITAN, EMILY DEGASPERI, LINN FLETCHER, RANNHVI JORMIN, AGATA ZENISKOVA, ANNA ALBA LOPEZ, JOHANNE VEJGAARD, WILMA HOLTA, SARA CAPUTO, LINDA ZANIBONI, ALESSANDRO FANTINI, ELENA TONELLI, GIORGIA VADALA, ELISA STEBEL, ANASTASIIA KRASNOSHCHOKA, MARIA MICAHELLA LAMPROU, CARLOTTA GARUTI, SARA ALESSIO, KIM STROBEL, ROSA ANASTASIA MAGRI

Choreography LOTTE SIGH

Organ MADS HØCK

Costumes SANDRA MØLLER SVENDSEN

Coaching MORTEN INNSTRAND

Photo & video DANIEL URHØJ

Sound Design MADS HØCK, TUNE MADSEN & MIKKEL CARLSEN

Graphics MIKKEL CARLSEN

Production HELLE LAURSEN, CPH DANCE ARTS & DANCE PROMOTION

Audience coordination HELLE LAURSEN

Rehearsal support TOBY FITZGIBBONS

PR ZULEICA MOITA PEREZ & MALENE STRIPP

Support STATENS KUNSTFOND & AUGUSTINUS FONDEN