The end and beginning of a relationship is told powerfully and relentlessly.

La Desnudez

Daniel Abreu (Madrid)  

05 – 07 Aug 2020 | Potsdamer Tanztage 2020Dance / performance

The darkness seems to embrace two people. Wooden sticks hold a body in fetters and a broken piano remains as a relic of a relationship. The end and beginning of a relationship is told powerfully and relentlessly. They dance themselves free from the heaviness of death to the lightness of a flirt, as the choreography changes between exposure and covering, harmony and confrontation. Flowing movements collide, twist, and wrestle. La Desnudez (The Nudity) is an act of transience - everything is exhaled to start something new.

Note: The performance will also be broadcast live on screen at fabrik Garten. Free admission.


Price info Ticket

Standard: 10 € / Support: 20 €
The prices consist of a standard and support tariff. The support tariff is an additional contribution to support the festival and the artists.


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Direction and choreography: Daniel Abreu / Dancers: Dácil González and Daniel Abreu / Live music: Hugo Portas / Stage design: Daniel Abreu / Light design: Irene Cantero / Sculpture: David Benito / Costumes: Angeles Marín / Technical coordination: David Benito / Production assistance: Teresa Rivera / Manager: Elena Santonja - Esmanagement / Co-production: Teatros del Canal and Festival Danzatac / Cooperation: Auditorio de Tenerife, Centro de Danza Canal and Teatro Victoria de Tenerife / With the support of spanish cultural ministry (INAEM) / Duration: approx. 70 minutes