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Photo: Julian Röder

Werkschau Sasha Waltz & Guests
rauschen
10.–13.04.20

Dance
1h 35min

Sasha Waltz’s new project in co-production with Volksbühne Berlin deals with a society who, within the sceneries of its perfect living spaces, has lost sight of the world. Through states of groundlessness, the choreography with 12 dancers drifts into a revelatory process. Light designer David Finn, who has worked with Sasha Waltz in particular for her great opera productions, infuses a completely white stage with his vivid light spheres. The costumes will be designed by Bernd Skodzig whose creations have accompanied Sasha Waltz’s choreographic work for many years.

Premiere: 07.03.2019

A production by Sasha Waltz & Guests in coproduction with Volksbühne Berlin. Made in Radialsystem.

Cast
With: Blenard Azizaj, Davide Camplani, Edivaldo Ernesto, Peggy Grelat-Dupont, Hwanhee Hwang, Lorena Justribó Manion, Annapaola Leso, Zaratiana Randrianantenaina, Aladino Rivera Blanca, László Sandig, Corey Scott-Gilbert, Stylianos Tsatsos

Director and choreography: Sasha Waltz
Stage design: Thomas Schenk, Sasha Waltz
Costumes: Bernd Skodzig
Lighting: David Finn
Rehearsal: Claudia de Serpa Soares
Dramaturgy: Jochen Sandig, Agnes Scherer

Sasha Waltz & Guests are funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.





In spring 2020 Sasha Waltz & Guests will continue the cooperation with the Volksbühne Berlin. From 2 to 13 April, the company will present a retrospective. In addition to three pieces by Sasha Waltz from different creative periods, the audience will experience an exhibition and film programme as well as performative interventions. The opening of the Sasha Walz & Guests retrospective at the Volksbühne is the revival of the choreography noBody.

10.04.20, 19:30
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11.04.20, 19:30
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12.04.20, 19:30
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13.04.20, 18:00
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Photo: Julian Röder

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