Dance

RE-COVER

INTER-ACTIONS (Heidelberg)

Auf dem Bild sieht man eine Person die tanzt. Die Person schaut nach unten zur Seite und ihr Gesicht liegt im Schatten.

Date
Sunday, 10 July 2022, 3.00-8.00 pm
Tickets

Admission 3.00-4.00 pm
End 7.00-8.00 pm

Location
EinTanzHaus

What do we all need right now? The project RE-COVER will be investigating this question in a special setting because the audience will be comfortably sitting around the stage as this durational performance is taking place. In this very unique and exclusive performance situation, the dancers will give insights into their inner world and share them with the audience. The performance is about encounters, and taking the time to experience them. RE-COVER offers a retreat from the outside world, a place to experience, observe and reflect. 

During the performance, the audience can sit or even lay down, move about the room, choose to listen to their own soundtrack or just take a break for some fresh air. Food and beverages will also be available. As the dramatic composition is constantly recreated from the changing constellations of participants, this project also explores the relationship between the audience and the performer – as both are bearers and witnesses of stories. How can we adjust our relationships so that narratives can unfold and be thought about in new ways?

This performance follows the Theaterfestival Schwindelfrei 2020 residency project (P)RE-COVER. During their three-week 2020 residency, the artists researched their ideas together with experts from the fields of dance therapy and therapeutical sciences.    

“RE-COVER” is the second part of the trilogy “MOLECULAR SCARS.” Over the past three years, INTER-ACTIONS have been engaged with the field of traumatic experiences. In the course of addressing the personal, societal and intergenerational dimensions of trauma, three very different works have emerged, namely “IMPACT,” “RE-COVER” and “MOLECULAR SCARS.” 

Please bring your smart phone and headphones.

 

Artistic Direction, Concept, Performance Design and Stage Edan Gorlicki Performers & Co-creators Alfonso Fernández Sánchez, Amy Josh, Charlotte Petersen, Lorenzo Ponteprimo, TingAn Ying Costume Design and Artistic Assistance Evandro Pedroni Lighting Ingo Jooß Music Harrison McClary Dramaturgy Eva-Maria Steinel Production Management Janin Friese, Silinee Damsa-Ard / production office of schæfer&sœhne Management Sarah Thöle FundraisingRE-COVER Susanne Brauer Social Media & PR Jael Krämer Touring Management Ricarda Walter Research Support and Expertise Prof. Dr. Sabine Koch, Manuela Juhart, Dr. rer. medic. Marianne Eberhard, Christine Caldwell, PhD, Olivia Streater 

Sponsored by the Fonds Darstellende Künste, the LaFT BW (Regional Association of Independent Dance and Theater Professionals) with funding provided by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg, as well as the Cultural Office of the City of Heidelberg. Co-production by the Theaterfestival Schwindelfrei, Theater Rampe Stuttgart and EinTanzHaus Mannheim. Reproduction supported by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, promoted through NEUSTART KULTUR (an initiative by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media) – a rescue package for dance.sponsored by EPPLE co-operation partner Karlstorbahnhof Heidelberg and SRH Hochschule Heidelberg, Faculty for Therapeutic Sciences and Dance Therapy 

About the artists

INTER-ACTIONS is a dance company based in Heidelberg. Under the direction of choreographer Edan Gorlicki, their work focusses on producing innovative dance performances while also engaging in the community outreach program BUILDING-ACTIONS which strives to build a bridge between the art of dance and the dance public. Moreover, the group operates a studio that is open to dance professionals from the local and regional scene as a platform and co-working space. When working with their diverse partner organisations, INTER-ACTIONS is committed to an open, dialogue-based working method so as to remain relevant and react to issues facing us today concerning artistic discourse by always keeping the needs of the public and the dance community in mind. 

Website https://inter-actions.de/  


Photo title © Lys. Y. Seng

Photos slideshow © Alfonso Fernandez Sanchez

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