Fäden - cancelled
The performance Fäden by Ivana Müller, Dance On & Münchner Kammerspiele, scheduled this Wednesday 1 December in 30CC/Schouwburg, is cancelled. One of the companies involved decided they cannot travel to Belgium due to health issues, and therefore the performance cannot take place. All tickets for the performance will be refunded.
In Fäden (threads, strings in German) choreographer Ivana Müller brings together four dancers of the Dance On ensemble and four actors from the Münchner Kammerspiele in a creation around the idea of ageing. Fäden emerges as a choreographic, poetic and visual meditation on time and the way it formulates our lives. While unravelling ideas and sensations of past, present and future, performers knit a sentient reflection in which remembering, forgetting, losing, waiting, aging and transforming become main protagonists. Fäden unfolds as an ever-changing landscape and a lively conversation on the inevitable passage of time.
Ivana Müller is a choreographer, artist and author of texts. She was born in Zagreb, grew up in Croatia and Amsterdam, and currently lives in Paris.
English with Dutch supertitles.
Presented by STUK.
concept, text & choreography Ivana Müller in collaboration with the performers Javier Arozena, André Benndorff, Walter Hess, Jelena Kuljić, Anna Gesa-Raija Lappe, Emma Lewis, Jone San Martin, Omagbitse Omagbemi set & costume design Alix Boillot lighting design Martin Kaffarnik artistic collaborator & dramaturge Jonas Rutgeerts dramaturge Olivia Ebert artistic director Dance On Ensemble Ty Boomershine assistant directors Malina Sascha Hoffmann, Agnes Pfeiffer set & costume assistant Marlene Pieroth stage manager Hanno Nehring producers Maxi Menja Lehmann, Gina Penzkofer technical production manager Hanna Kriegleder production Dance On/DIEHL-RITTER coproduction Münchner Kammerspiele, STUK House for Dance, Image & Sound funded by the Doppelpass Fund of the German Federal Cultural Foundation DANCE ON is an initiative by DIEHL+RITTER financed by the Bundesbeauftragten für Kultur und Medien and co-financed by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union in the frame of DANCE ON, PASS ON, DREAM ON foto Jubal Battisti