The school of weathers: snow 45 Min6 plus
A dance piece under stormy conditions by Lisa Freudenthal | Based on the stage installation by Guy Gutman, Gabi Kricheli & Tami Lebovits | World premiere
Short info: In falling snow the world as we know it becomes blurred. A choreographic piece about a weather phenomenon and its effects on us humans.
In the heart of the storm the world seems blurred. Nothing is clear in snow and wind. Everything whirls and changes, takes on new forms, over and over again. In a constantly changing snowy landscape, opposites suddenly exist side by side. Order and chaos. Silence and loudness. Fullness and emptiness. Everything becomes vague in winter and its icy wind. Only cohesion and experience help to exist between these poles.
Winter in Leipzig? You say: Forget it! And we: No problem. We bring the »white splendor« into the small hall of the TDJW! Whether light snowfall or wild flurries of flakes – in the choreography by Lisa Freudenthal and in the stage installation by Israeli artists Guy Gutman, Tami Lebovits and Gabi Kricheli, snow becomes a virtuoso leading actor with whom the ensemble and the audience form a frosty and beautiful alliance.
In the framework program of the »euro-scene Leipzig – Festival of contemporary European theater and dance«
Premiere: November 4, 2020