Danse Élargie 2018: big opportunities, bigger ambition
Beatboxing, b-boys, a beach and a balloon enlarge our concept of ‘dance’ in the fifth edition of the multi-disciplinary choreographic competition
Potsdamer Tanztageor: 3 × 3 = 8
When does 3 × 3 = 8? When our three reviewers go to three performances each at Berlin’s 2018 Potsdamer Tanztage festival
Bausch rebooted: Veza Fernández’s Wenn Auge Mund Wird
Vienna-based Veza Fernández refracts Bauschian Tanztheater through a contemporary prism
Dance+: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Dancing home alone before going out to do what vampires do. Ka Bradley on a moment of dance in the movie A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
Pietro Marullo’s WRECK: survival of the fittest in the age of austerity?
Pietro Marullo’s ‘elastic performance’ is a staging of the struggle to survive in a precarious environment – and an example of it.
Oona Doherty: Hope Hunt and the Ascension into Lazarus
A riveting portrait of the disadvantaged white male that meshes beauty with damnation
Florentina Holzinger: Apollon
Dance gets down and dirty – but is it worth the gross-out?
Katerina Andreou: BSTRD
Can a solo dance piece create, on stage, that much needed room of one’s own?