Wayne McGregors “FAR” opens schrit_tmacher in Aachen

By |2020-03-10T11:04:02+01:007. März, 2020|

Wayne McGregors "FAR" opens schrit_tmacher in Aachen Dance on the highest level to be seen in Fabrik Stahlbau Strang in Aachen for the opening of the 25th schrit_tmacher justDANCE! Festival Back to the future  nightreview by Laura Brechmann translated by Karoline Strys The evening begins with Giacomelli by torchlight. A male and a female [...]

VERTIGO DANCE COMPANY opens schrit_tmacher festival

By |2020-03-05T13:40:13+01:005. März, 2020|

VERTIGO DANCE COMPANY opens schrit_tmacher festival "WHITE NOISE"celebrated by the audience in Heerlen's Parkstad Limburg Theaters No Escape nightreview by Laura Brechmann translated by Karoline Strys HERE you can see our Videoimpressions The energetic choreography of Noa Wertheim lives on the tension between an overload and a yearning which further is creating the dense [...]

Spellbound Contemporary Ballet – “Rossini Ouvertures“

By |2019-04-19T09:54:42+01:0014. April, 2019|

Schrittmacher Festival in Aachen: Guest performance by the Spellbound Contemporary Ballet Rossini Ouvertures choreography by Mauro Astolfi Nicole Strecker translated by Karoline Strys Actually, there should not happen anything on stage yet at all. After the musicians have tuned their instruments for a very last time, the spectators cleaned up there throats enough and [...]

“Second Nature“ of the NDT at Theater Heerlen

By |2019-04-11T06:51:36+01:0011. April, 2019|

The program “Second Nature“ of the NDT at Theater Heerlen The second nature grows in the shade nightreview by Melanie Suchy translated by Karoline Strys Before the curtain of Schrittmacher-Festival in Aachen falls again for another year with the Italian Spellbound Contemporary Ballet, the Nederlands Dans Theater was invited to Heerlen for the culmination [...]

CAROLYN CARLSON – “Crossroads to Synchronicity“

By |2019-04-08T16:36:51+01:008. April, 2019|

Crossroads to Synchronicity Walking is falling front Yesterday night the Carolyn Carlson Dance Company from Roubaix, France, made there guest performance “Crossroads to Synchronicity“ at Fabrik Stahlbau Strang - the best place for this choreographic view in between the times. nightreview by Melanie Suchy translated by Karoline Strys Three women are each pushing table [...]

review: “Somewhere at the Beginning” at schrit_tmacher

By |2019-03-30T08:15:19+01:0029. März, 2019|

review: Somewhere at the Beginning Germaine Acogny / Mikael Serres PAS DE PEUR – NO FEAR by Laura Brechmann | translated by Karoline Strys Her dancing body triggers the memory. She stands up straight, connected with heaven and earth and with stomping feet she arches her torso front and back. Letting bottom and head [...]

“Giselle“ by Itamar Serussi Sahar and Chris Haring

By |2020-04-17T15:24:41+01:0028. März, 2019|

Balletto di Roma with Itamar Serussi Sahar's and Chris Haring's „Giselle“ It is already the second evening of “Giselle“ in Heerlen. Only two weeks earlier Dada Masilo’s reinterpretation of the ballet classic delighted the audience of Schrit_tmacher festival, now Balletto di Roma presented this subject at the same place: nightreview by Laura Brechmann translation [...]

“The Roots” by Kader Attou acclaimed in Heerlen

By |2019-03-26T09:32:22+01:0026. März, 2019|

“The Roots” by Kader Attou and Accrorap acclaimed in Heerlen If there had been an audience award at schrit_tmacher festival, it would have been -most likely- awarded to this evening’s performance that just found its end… - at least what concerns the spectators as those frenetically celebrated the contribution of the eleven dancers (all [...]

“What the hell is water?” – Uraufführung in Aachen

By |2019-03-16T15:08:28+01:0015. März, 2019|

“What the hell is water?”   The Edge of 30 Degrees Yin Yue Dance Company eröffnet in Aachen das schrit_tmacher Festival By: Ilona Roesli "...The Edge of 30 Degrees dips a toe in uncharted waters..." In a commencement speech over a decade ago, one of my favourite writers, David Foster Wallace, started his talk [...]

Dada Masilo’s “Giselle” is a striking view on romantism

By |2019-03-16T08:38:01+01:0013. März, 2019|

Giselle Dada Masilo By: Ilona Roesli "...In a world in which we use terms such as hybridity, multiculturalism, globalisation and world citizenship, the lack of other cultural voices and the dominant presence of the Western canon is striking..." After Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet and Carmen, the South-African born and bred choreographer Dada Masilo [...]

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