Combining juggling and dance on stage was the special challenge of the latest trilogy by Gandini Juggling, of which Spring is the last part. The result is a piece that astonishes with its physicality and graphic effect. Spring poses the question of the nature of colour and how we perceive it. In a choreography by Alexander Whitley and with music by Gabriel Prokofiev, Spring seems to take up optical teachings and experiments of the Bauhaus. Beginning in black and white, the performance fan out an ever broader spectrum of colours, and the encounter between juggling and dance becomes playfully more complex and colourful.
PRICE GROUP C
Advance booking: 20 € / 9 € / tanzcard, ViP-Abo 16 €
Evening box office: 21 € / 9 € / tanzcard, ViP-Abo 17 €
Artistic direction: Sean Gandini
Choreography: Alexander Whitley
Light design: Guy Hoare
Original music: Gabriel Prokofiev
Rehearsal director: Emma Lister
Costumes: Claire Ashley
With: Kati Ylä-Hokkala, Kim Huynh, Liza van Brakel, Dominik Harant,
Tristan Curty, Yu-Hsien Wu, Tia Hockey, Sakeema Crook, Erin O’Toole
Technical direction on tour: Martin McLachlan
Management for Germany: Ute Classen www.ute-classen.de
Technical direction Gandini Juggling: Guy Dickens
Production: Gandini Juggling
Photo: Tom Bowles
Co-production: Cambridge Junction (UK), London International Mime Festival (UK), Plateforme 2 pôles Cirque en Normandie / La Brèche à Cherbourg et le Cirque-Théâtre d’Elbeuf (FR)
Supported by Arts Depot (UK), Arts Council England, Theater op de Markt Dommelhof (BE), Birmingham Hippodrome (UK), Lighthouse Poole (UK), CIRCa Pôle National des Arts du Cirque (FR)
Duration: about 60 minutes
An event by fabrik moves gUG in cooperation with fabrik Potsdam / Potsdamer Tanztage 2019. Funded by the Bauhaus heute Fund of the German Federal Cultural Foundation within the framework of 100 years Bauhaus, the state capital Potsdam and the state of Brandenburg.
With friendly support of the Mittelbrandenburgische Sparkasse.