Ivana Müller

In Common


English /  60 min

In a series of choreographies, ten performers develop various models of a commonly shared body in a highly playful way. They find themselves on the same stage, using the same language, and liable to the same rules. Seen in this way, they find themselves in situations and meet with difficulties that are familiar from the current discussion of democracy.

The performances by Ivana Müller can be combined as a double bill. Booking only at the box office.
French Friends

performing at HAU

in the context of TRANSFABRIK

In Common was developed as a part of Encounters project (Frascati, Amsterdam 2012). Supported by Fonds Podiumkunsten, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, SNS Reaal Fonds.

Presented in the context of House on Fire; with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.


Concept, Choreography and Direction:: Ivana Müller / Performers:: Sarah van Lamsweerde, Pere Faura, Karen Røise Kielland, Katja Dreyer, Pedro Ines, Stephen Liebman, Yannick Greweldinger, Clara Amaral, Noha Ramadan, Bas Jilesen / Artistic and Textual Advice:: Bill Aitchison / Sounddesign:: Viljam Nybacka / Costume Design:: Liza Witte / Light Design / Technical Direction:: Martin Kaffarnik


  • Past
    Mon 29.4.2013, 21:00 / HAU2
    Tue 30.4.2013, 21:00 / HAU2


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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