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Standalone

NDT 2

Standalone

NDT 2
Postscript Sol León & Paul Lightfoot
Black Milk Ohad Naharin
George & Zalman Ohad Naharin
IMPASSE Johan Inger

Unfortunately the Dutch tour of Standalone has been cancelled prematurely as a result of the updated measures taken by the National Government against the spread of the coronavirus. Click here to get the latest information. 

Initially brought to life to feed the first company with young talent, NDT 2 has grown into its full autonomous potential with its own repertoire over the years. Standalone celebrates makers that adhere to this level of independence.

Johan Inger has created numerous choreographies for the company. For Standalone, Inger will present a world premiere. NDT 2 also presents two creations by the world-renowned choreographer Ohad Naharin. Black Milk (1985), was originally created for five women but is now danced by five men. George & Zalman (2006) will be performed by five female dancers. Lastly, Standalone offers Postscript (2005) by house choreographers Sol León and Paul Lightfoot. Postscript is set to music by Philip Glass which will be performed live on stage with the dancers.

Made possible by: KUNSTENISRAEL and Stichting Will en Rita Jaeger Fonds.

Performance dates

Season 2019-2020 | February 28 – April 11, 2020
The Hague, Eindhoven, Haarlem, Leeuwarden, Amstelveen, Heerlen, Breda, Amsterdam, Nijmegen, Amersfoort, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Tilburg and Enschede

In this performance

POSTSCRIPT – SOL LEON & PAUL LIGHTFOOT

Postscript premiered in 2005 in the Lucent Danstheater. A pas-de-trois and two duets full of innovative partner work take place in separate worlds that do not seem to meet. Live on stage, a violinist and pianist present the music of Philip Glass.

Fantastic visual partner work, musical, sharp and almost acrobatic.

de Volkskrant about Postscript

The world première of Johan Inger’s Impasse was a wonderful kaleidoscope of images and influences which had a very American feel to it. […] Great stuff.

Arts Talk Magazine about IMPASSE
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