On Friday November 12, the Dutch government held a press conference, in which it announced new measures to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus. You have probably already heard the news: theaters can remain open during the lockdown, which lasts until December 3. This means that the NDT performances of Here we live and now can proceed. Due to the measures, your visit to the theater will be different from what you are accustomed to. NDT and Korzo follow the guidelines of the Dutch government. Would you like to know more about the adjustments? Keep an eye on the announcements of Korzo.
About the programme
Korzo and Nederlands Dans Theater celebrate with Here we live and now the wealth of dance talent the city of The Hague possesses. Up-and-coming choreographers are invited to create a short performance. Former NDT-dancer Parvaneh Scharafali, Antonin Comestaz and Zino Schat together present their new pieces during this varied dance event. Let yourself be surprised by the artists and indulge yourself with the wealth of creative talent from The Hague.
Dance city The Hague is bursting with dance talent. Korzo and Nederlands Dans Theater introduce you to three dance makers from The Hague with the annual dance event Here we live and now. They are given complete freedom to create a new, short performance in the Korzo studios. The result is a varied evening full of dance.
For Here we live and now 2021 we welcome choreographer Antonin Comestaz for the third time. He started a series of solos in Here we live and now in 2018 and will complete the triptych this year. Former NDT-1 dancer Parvaneh Scharafali had previously appeared in one of those solos by Antonin Comestaz. This year she will also make her own choreography debut at the event. Finally, there is new work by Zino Schat, one of the members of breakdance collective Fractal Collective, for which he is inspired by the music of Beethoven.
Season 2021-2022 | November 18 until November 27
Korzo, The Hague
November 18 (try-out), 19 (premiere), 20, 24, 25, 26, 27