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Harmonia

Unusual Symptoms / Adrienn Hód

Guest performance Tanzbiennale Heidelberg
Guest performance Tanzbiennale Heidelberg
Dance
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In »Harmonia«, Unusual Symptoms and Hungarian choreographer Adrienn Hód invite us to explore anew the human body and its meaning in dance and society. Between shared explorations of physical diversity, funfilled exuberance and a good dose of self-irony, the ensemble of dancers with and without disabilities questions hierarchies of classical dance, but also the supposedly progressive forms of contemporary dance. Asking for the undisturbed attention of the audience, they throw conventional notions of the body and the structures built around it overboard and set about playfully refocusing our gaze.

Unusual Symptoms have been the company-in-residence at Theater Bremen since 2012. Originally founded by the French-Algerian choreographer Samir Akika, the company and dance division of Theater Bremen have been co-directed by Alexandra Morales and Gregor Runge since 2018.

By & with
Yanel Barbeito, Aaron Samuel Davis, Florent Devlesaver, Gabrio Gabrielli, Carolin Hartmann, Paulina Porwollik, Leisa Prowd, Tamara Rettenmund, Nora Ronge, Andor Rusu, Young-Won Song
Choreography
Adrienn Hód
Artistic Collaboration
Csaba Molnár
Music
Ábris Gryllus
Stage & Costumes
Anna Lena Grote
Lighting Design
Christian Kemmetmüller
Dramaturgy
Gregor Runge
Dramaturgic Advisor
Ármin Szabó-Székely
Production Management
Alexandra Morales
Production Assistance
Emily Masch, Andy Zondag
Production Management Hodworks
György Ujvári-Pínter
Assistant to Stage & Costumes
Naomi Darleen Schade
Stage Manager
Lena Maire
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Produced by: Theater Bremen. In coproduction with Trafó House of Contemporary Arts and OFF Foundation. Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ Coproduction Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, and the Goethe Institute Hungary. Premiere: 4.2.2022.