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14. & 15. April: Nicole Beutler (NL)
4: STILL LIFE

DANISH PREMIERE!

Nicole Beutler distils elements from the long history of partner dance. From the Renaissance to post-modern dance by way of Lindy Hop. From western court dances such as the Pavane, the Gaillard and the Canario, to standard ballroom dances like the Slow Waltz, the Slow Fox and the Boogie. The Bauhaus movement also inspired this ‘mechanical ballet’ dance duet.

“A fantastic beautiful dance performance. Truly a feast for the eyes.”
– Sapsite

“Solid form and movement, spaciousness and intimacy, visual arts and dance – past and present. 4: STILL LIFE is an intriguing dialogue between extremes. Beutler mixes and kneads the ingredients into a delicious, super aesthetic, formal whole, in which we may look for sweat and emotion.”
– Theaterkrant

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14.-17. april: Hvid Støj
CUT //

On the same day as “4: STILL LIFEhas its Danish premiere we have the repremiere of the critically acclaimed “CUT //”. The  youth performance (13 years and up) takes on the problem of self-harm. A thematic line is drawn from the Hans Christian Andersen Princess and the Pea, to the young cutters where it is not the small pea, but life itself that hurts. The performance plays on April 14 to 17. Please note the varying playing times in both daytime and evening.
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OTHER NEWS

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WOMANhouse / ReDoing Gender premiere
On April 20 and the following five days we present the latest performance from AarhusHimHerAndIt Productions (info and tickets). You can follow choreographer Andreas Constantinou’s and the dancer’s work in progress on Facebook, where they regularly post videos up from the process.
There are also two video trailers:

The WOMANhouse
ReDoing Gender
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British-Indian dance star comes to Bora Bora
May 19 to 21 Aakash Odedra presents Murmur / Inkedin Aarhus. London Evening Standard counts him among the hottest artists of 2015 and he has just performed at the Royal Opera House. The latter has compiled a series of video highlights with Odedra, who among other things can boasts that none other than Akram Khan has made choreographies for him.
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