THE CHOREOGRAPHY is a performance filled with galloping horses, confetti, bold movements, imaginary hamsters, and dance. The piece explores the world through movement and examines how the way we move can affect our thoughts and what we see and feel.
THE CHOREOGRAPHY is a participatory performance based entirely on the audience's participation. All participants receive a pair of headphones, and a guiding voice gives them instructions on how to relate to one's body and to one another. In other words, there are no dancers in the performance. Instead, the members of the audience create THE CHOREOGRAPHY together.
THE CHOREOGRAPHY is available in 16 languages. Each audience member chooses which language they want to listen to. Regardless of language, everyone can participate together and listen to the same instructions.
PURPLE International Dance Festival for Young Audiences, Berlin 18-19 January
School performances, Karlstad 22-24 March
School performances, Täby 28-30 March
PHOTOGRAPHER: Rebecka Holmström
PERFORMANCE LENGTH: 60 min
TARGET GROUP: from about 10 years and up
AUDIENCE: 16 people
LANGUAGES: Arabic, Dari, English, Finnish, German, Kurdish (Sorani), Meänkieli, Northern Sami, Pashto, Persian, Romani (Arli), Russian, Somali, Suthern Sami, Swedish and Turkish.
Created by ANNA HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE, JOHAN SUNDÈN & KARIN WIKLUND
With the support of THE POST CODE LOTTERY, THE GENERAL HERITAGE FUND, THE SWEDISH ARTS COUNCIL, THE SWEDISH ARTS GRANTS COMMITTEE, THE INSTITUTE FOR LANGUAGE AND FOLKLORE & STOCKHOLM MUNICIPALITY