Sat 9 November
Emanuel Gat - Works
Emanuel Gat is an award-winning choreographer whose work has been celebrated across the world for 25 years. Since 2004 he has been the lead choreographer and artistic director of the Emanuel Gat Dance Company.
‘WORKS’ is a performance celebrating dancers themselves. Their uniqueness, virtuosity, engagement, fearlessness, sense of responsibility and humanity. A group of 10 dancers share the stage delivering a collection of seven short works that are presented in one stream of choreographic consciousness.
‘WORKS’ looks at the constant evolution of the manner in which dance is being produced and attempts to reveal the inner thoughts and processes of human behaviour.
Examining the role of the performer as an on-stage live creator, the show is constantly evolving and provides a unique experience each performance.
Choreography: Emanuel Gat
Music (in order of appearance):
– Richard Strauss, Im Abendrot. Gewandhaus Orchestra. Directed by Kurt Masur. Singer: Jessye Norman.
– Emanuel Gat, MnM
– Emanuel Gat, SARA
– Chick-P, Business Bach
– Irving Berlin, They Say It’s Wonderful, The Chordettes
– Awir Leon, MANU 15
– J.S Bach, The Well Tempered Clavier, Book 2 Prelude #4 in C Sharp minor BWV 873, Piano: Glenn Gould
– Nina Simone, Sinnerman, (Live in New-York, 1965)
Lights: Guillaume Février
Sound: Frédéric Duru
Created in collaboration with and performed by: Thomas Bradley, Robert Bridger, Péter Juhász, Emma Mouton, Michael Loehr, Eddie Oroyan, Genevieve Osborne, Karolina Szymura, Milena Twiehaus, Sara Wilhelmsson.
Production: Emanuel Gat Dance.
Coproduction: Festival Montpellier Danse, Scène Nationale d’Albi.
Coproduction: Milena & Michael: Maison de la Danse de Lyon.
With the help of Conseil Départemental des Bouches du Rhône and the Région PACA. Emanuel Gat Dance acknowledges the support of the city of Istres, the French Ministry of Culture, DRAC PACA and of the BNP Paribas Foundation.
Created at the Agora – Cité Internationale De La Danse and Maison De La Danse d’Istres
Venue: Lyric Theatre
There are currently no runtimes at present.