Johannes Wieland

mind eraser II

Part of “OUT OF NOW / DANCE ON Festival”


“You think you are unique? You think you can change things? You feel unimaginably strong?” Choreographer Johannes Wieland has created a new intergenerational duet especially for the DANCE ON Festival: an encounter of two dancers – Evangelos Poulinas and his former teacher at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Gus Solomons Jr., who was born in 1940. Dance legend Gus Solomons Jr last appeared in Berlin at TANZ IM AUGUST 2016, in Eszter Salamon’s MONUMENT 0.1: Valda & Gus.


Choreography: Johannes Wieland / With: Gus Solomon, Evangelos Poulinas


  • Past
    Wed 28.2.2018, 19:00 / HAU3


Production: DANCE ON/DIEHL+RITTER. With thanks to the Staatstheater Kassel.

DANCE ON is an initative of DIEHL+RITTER gUG, funded by The Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union as part of DANCE ON, PASS ON, DREAM ON. The DANCE ON Festival is supported by the Capital Cultural Fund in cooperation with HAU Hebbel am Ufer.

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