Programme

Ricardo de Paula / Grupo Oito

Labyrinth

Dance

approx. 80 mins.

The winding paths of everyday life are not the same for everyone. Racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination exert violence in different ways on people. The Berlin-based choreographer and dancer Ricardo de Paula and the company Grupo Oito follow the traces of this violence, search for dance paths through the social labyrinth and, with the help of fantasy and spirituality, for rituals of healing.
Using their own bodies and postcolonial theories as a starting point, they explore transformative potentials to reveal new ways of seeing and accessing their own power and strength. The audience follows this idea through a space where stage and audience space merge and where a fantastic world opens up with countless possibilities, visions and support.

 

Cast

Performer*innen: Laura Alonso, Caroline Alves, Ruben Nsue, Cintia Rangel, Natalie Riedelsheimer, Miro Wallner / Regie, Choreografie: Ricardo de Paula / Assistenz Choreografie: Mareike Jung / Dramaturgie: Katja von der Ropp / Bühne: Sarah Seini / Kostüm: Michelle Ferreira / Musik: Biano Lima / Tontechnik: Makoto Inoue / Licht: Raquel Rosildete / Produktion: MIFRUSH Production (Micaela Trigo & Urszula Heuwinkel) / Assistenz Produktionsleitung: Tamera Vinhas / Fotodokumentation: Tito Casal / Videodokumentation: Tuca Paoli / Grafikdesigner: PocketDesign / Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit: Felix Schnieder-Henninger

Dates

  • Past
    Premiere
    Fri 14.10.2022, 20:30 / HAU2
    Sat 15.10.2022, 20:30 / HAU2
    Sun 16.10.2022, 17:00 / HAU2

Credits

Funded by: Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Fonds Darstellende Künste by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

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