Portrait: the choreographer Reut Shemesh
As part of the Jewish Music and Theatre Week 2021 and as part of the Education and Action Weeks against Anti-Semitism 2021
On the occasion of the anniversary year “1700 years of Jewish life in Germany”, HELLERAU presents a portrait of the Israeli choreographer and artist Reut Shemesh in cooperation with the Jewish Culture Days Dresden. The artist, who comes from Tel Aviv and lives in Cologne, deals with the particularities of her homeland, with images of women and gender roles in Orthodox Jewish and non-religious contexts.
Thu 07.10. ATARA
The play ATARA questions the role of women and female sexuality within different social realities from the perspective of Orthodox and secular Jewish women.
Fri/Sat 08/09 Oct LEVIAH
LEVIAH presents a personal, vulnerable and courageous duet in which Reut Shemesh reflects on her time in the Israeli military.
Sat/Sun 09/10/10 COBRA BLONDE
In COBRA BLONDE, the choreographer scrutinises the tradition of German Gardetanz and examines the representation of female dancers – here in the role of Funkenmariechen – in the context of folkloristic Rhenish carnival celebrations.
Sun 10.10. 12:00 p.m. Dance workshop for all with Reut Shemesh, registration via email@example.com, free of charge.
The installations “Wildwood Flowers” and “Let’s catch Tigers” will be accessible free of charge before and after the performances. Thu/Fri, 07./08.10. 19 – 22 h, Sat 09.10. 18 – 22 h, Sun, 10.10. 14 – 17 h
+ Double pack!
With the purchase of a ticket from Reut Shemesh we grant the double pack (50% discount) on every other performance of the Portrait Weekend.
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Erbstücke Special! Sponsored by the City of Dresden, Office for Culture and Monument Protection and the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony (This measure is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget passed by the Saxon State Parliament).
Funded within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.