Don’t you dare!

Miller de Nobili

Premiere Tanz Performance




Miller de Nobili is the label of the joint works of Maria Chiara de’ Nobili and Alexander Miller. In their new production “Don’t you dare!” the duo deals with the theme of superstition and beliefs associated with traditions and customs of different cultures. 

Miller de Nobili aims to combine contemporary dance theatre, physical theatre, urban dance and breaking. “Momento”, their first collaborative work, won the Scapino Ballet Production Award at the Choreography 35 competition in Hannover. Their latest work, “PACK”, premiered in September 2021 at HELLERAU as a co-production with TANZPAKT Dresden as part of the “Dancing About” festival and was presented at the Tanzplattform Deutschland 2022. In March 2022, the short piece Clouds for Tomorrow was created, which premiered as part of Atelier 66. at PACT – Zollverein and was subsequently invited as a guest performance to Tanzplattform Bern (June 2022). 

Between August and September 2022 Miller de Nobili created a 25-minute piece for the Staatstheater Hannover and the Think Big Residency for Young Choreographers, which premiered as part of the Tanztheater International festival.

Language: English/German, audience discussion afterwards on 18.11.

Live audio description and tactile tour by Gravity Access Services Berlin for visually impaired visitors on 19.11. The tactile tour starts at 19:00.

Registration at or +49 351 264 62 46.

Choreography: Maria Chiara de’ Nobili & Alexander Miller in collaboration with the dancers Giulia Russo, Jana Dünner, Philip Lehmann, Nam Tran Xuan, Alessandro Ottaviani, Sem Deliveyne, Yuexuan Gui

Dramaturgy: Marie Glassl
Light Design: Geohwan Ju 
Scenography: Antonia Krull
Costume Design: Antonia Krull
Music: Gábor Halász

Production management: Michael Lippold

Supported by the Office for Culture and Monument Protection of the City of Dresden, the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony, PS lottery funds from the Ostsächsische Sparkasse Dresden and So geht Sächsisch.