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With his Grupo de Rua founded in Niterói in 1996, Bruno Beltrão deconstructs hip hop dance, an urban form primarily based on individual virtuosity, in order to compose collective choreographies suited to the theatrical space. His new show “CRACKz” is dedicated to the processes of cultural dissemination, appropriation and modulation generated by information technologies. Without aesthetical presumptions, Beltrão has asked his dancers to select choreographic material found on the internet. Starting from this “repertoire of gestures created by mankind”, he has developed a piece without homeland, a nomadic experiment through movement.
With Bárbara Lima, Bruno Duarte, Cleidson Almeida, Jonathan Canito, Joseph Antonio, Luiz Carlos Gadelha, Leonardo Galvão, Leonardo Laureano, Leandro Rodrigues, Ronielson Araujo ‘Kapu’, Samuel Lima, Sid Souza, Thiago Lacerda
Philosophy Charles Feitosa
Production Grupo de Rua (Niterói)
Co-production Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Tanz im August, Wexner Center for the Arts (Columbus/USA), Wiener Festwochen (Wien), Ruhrtriennale & PACT Zollverein (Essen), Holland Festival (Amsterdam), Festival d’Automne à Paris, Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), Hellerau (Dresden), Kampnagel (Hamburg)
Supported by Goethe-Institut and PETROBRAS – Petroleo Brasileiro
Philos Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Duration: 50 minutes
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You can reach the lower foyer and the main stage of the Volksbühne without any barriers via the main entrance of the theatre. For structural reasons, the (upper) Sternfoyer and the performance venues Roter/Grüner Salon, the 3rd floor and Probebühne are not barrier-free. The Volksbühne has wheelchair seating in the main hall only.