Nederlands Dans Theater > Silent Screen
Never before did Sol León and Paul Lightfoot make a piece this long, 45 minutes, and hardly ever was the result so compelling and well-balanced. Silent Screen is set to the abstract and yet emotional music of Philip Glass. The piece begins with a fascinating duet. The dancers display harmony and happiness. Then the atmosphere changes...
Despite its high degree of technicality, the ballet refers to great themes of life and has a profound emotional overtone.
28 april 2005, Lucent Danstheater Den Haag
Sol León en Paul Lightfoot
de choreografen: Lorraine Blouin, Maurice Causey
muziek: Philip Glass Glassworks (1982) - Why does someone have to die? uit: The Hours (2002)
concept film: León Lightfoot
realisatie film: Metropolis Film en Dicky Schuttel
decor: León Lightfoot
kostuums: León Lightfoot (Big thank you to Joke Visser and Hermien for realisation and support)
licht: Tom Bevoort