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Dreams 360

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Dreams 360

NDT 1
Gabriela Carrizo World premiere
Crystal Pite World premiere
Roy Assaf World premiere

The last programme of season 2021-2022 presents an evening of world premieres by three distinct choreographic voices: Gabriela Carrizo, Crystal Pite and Roy Assaf, that all have influenced NDT’s canon through extensive contributions and haunting single moments.

All 13 shows

About the programme

Gabriela Carrizo (Argentina) blurs boundaries between dance and theatre in dramatically driven works that are imbedded in the exploration of the human experience. As a choreographer, she creates atmospheric, cinematic works that offer performers a space to emphasize the exploration of real –life situations, emotions and encounters. Together with Franck Chartier, Carrizo founded the Brussels-based collective Peeping Tom in 2000. In describing her work, she says: “I constantly try to look for new perspectives to make the parallel mental world visible; a world in which hyper individual fears, oppression, fantasies, and thought constructions of the characters and artists break into a regular social relationship.” Her world premiere for Dreams 360 will mark her second and long awaited new creation for NDT 1.

NDT associate choreographer Crystal Pite (Canada) is a highly demanded voice in dance. Pite’s riveting works depict the complexity and humanity of our generation with a distinctive tone that is rich with imagination and intelligence. In 2002, the choreographer and dancer founded Kidd Pivot whose name — part outlaw, part balletic technique — embodies her own balance of “recklessness and rigor”. As a choreographer, Pite is an image-maker that creates work of rare distinction and strikes a hybrid between dance and theatre. Through the virtuose poetry of her choreography, she is always able to seek a humanity and craft space and musicality in bold, rich scores. NDT is very excited to present another world premiere by Pite whose work speaks across borders and audiences around the world.

As a fresh voice in the world of dance, Roy Assaf (Israel) is one of the most sought-after emerging choreographic voices today. He completes Dreams 360 with a world premiere, which marks the choreographer’s debut with NDT. Through intricate and poetic gestures, his choreographic signature is marked by the body ability to make choices in space, the sound environment in which they create those movements and consequently an ongoing exploration of the intelligence of the body.

Performance dates

Season 2021-2022 | May 6 until June 8, 2022

Amare, The Hague
May 6, 7, 8
May 27, 28, 29

Theaters Tilburg
May 18

Theater aan het Vrijthof, Maastricht
May 21

 

Parktheater Eindhoven
May 24

Stadsschouwburg Utrecht
June 3, 4

Nieuwe Luxor Theater, Rotterdam
June 7, 8

Gabriela Carrizo will create a new work for NDT 1 again:
“I’m amazed that it has already been eight years since we created The Missing Door with NDT 1. It still feels like yesterday, the moment I first discovered those characters and personalities that I encountered there. Now I have the privilege to see some of them back in 2022 as well as to meet new people, to start a new creative, artistic and human collaboration. I’m very happy to embark on this new adventure together.”

Roy Assaf about his debut creation for NDT:
“I never know, when I begin to make a piece, what it is about. Although I look for inspiration and ideas before entering the studio, I always find, as if for the first time, that they come when I meet the ones with whom I share the studio. The act of making a dance is first of all an act of creating a safe, generous, open-hearted environment where all collaborators feel free and totally engaged– more than that, where they feel proud to share their creative ideas, opinions, and interpretations, where they allow themselves to reveal their fears, vulnerabilities and fantasies. The act of making a dance is the act of building trust and building a certain kind of environment where there are no limits to the ways we can express ourselves, no sacred cows we cannot kick or sensitive issues we cannot confront and embrace.”

Photo: Rahi Rezvani. Dancers: Isla Clarke, Boston Gallacher, Nicole Ishimaru

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