Six dancers, six guys, 40° in the studio. Urban, breaking, contemporary and everything that fits in between. Colliding and rebounding. Hardening up and loosening up. Being alone or being part of it. One group, one PACK.
We see a group testing the limits of their bodies. We hear their weight crashing on the dance floor and feel the breeze. Sometimes weightlessly whirling overhead, sometimes knotted up inside themselves and calm, the dancers open up the stage for themselves.
What connects them? What rules, rituals and roles make up their togetherness? How does a common place emerge? What is possible in it? And how much can it withstand? We – how did that go again?
MILLER / DE’ NOBILI are Alexander “Kelox” Miller (The Saxonz) and Maria Chiara De’ Nobili. Their joint work combines influences from breakdance and contemporary dance theatre. Both graduated with an M.A. Choreography from the Palucca University of Dance Dresden in 2021. Their first collaboration MOMENTO (2021) was awarded the Scapino production prize of the “Choreography 35” competition in Hanover and invited to the Dance Days Chania Festival and the Istanbul Fringe Festival 2021 & 2022. Her creation “Once upon a time” was premiered in June 2021 at the festival TANZ | MODERNE | TANZ in Chemnitz.
Parking on the forecourt temporarily not possible!
Artistic rehearsals and performances will take place on the forecourt during this period.
Mon/Tue 20/21/09 10:00 – 19:00
Wed 22.09. 16:00 – 19:00 hrs
Sat 25/09 4pm – 7pm
Sat/Sun 02./03.10. 19:30 – 22:00 hrs
+ Dancing About Opening
Wed 22.09.2021 21:00, Dalcroze-Saal, HELLERAU
+ Talking About
Thu 23.09.2021 21:00, Dalcroze-Saal, HELLERAU
Audience discussion with Miller/de’ Nobili & Caroline Beach
Duration: 1 h
Artistic Direction: Alexander Miller
Choreography: Maria Chiara de’ Nobili & Alexander Miller in collaboration with the dancers
Dancers: Egon Gerber, Philip Lehmann, Toschkin Schalnich, Zino Schat, Constantin Trommlitz, Vincent Wodrich, Nam Tran Xuan
Costume: Antonia Krull
Composition: Michele Strobino
Production Management: Michael Lippold
Dramaturgy: Marvin Neidhardt
Light Design: Geohwan Ju
Supported by the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony, the Office for Culture and Monument Protection of the State Capital Dresden and the Dresden Foundation for Art and Culture of the Ostsächsische Sparkasse Dresden.