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Livestream ‘Dare to Say’ – 6 November 2020, 11am (PST)

Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) and DanceHouse welcome you to NDT’s digital theater for the livestream of Dare to Say danced by NDT 2, live from the Zuiderstrandtheater in The Hague, The Netherlands!

No ticket yet? Click on the red button ‘purchase access to stream’ below to order the unique access link for only €15 (~ $25 CAD). After payment, you will receive an e-mail with the link.

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Ticket

Dare to Say vrijdag 6 november

Please note: You may use this ticket to watch from one device with one or more people. If your group is watching from multiple devices, please purchase one ticket for each location. In order to purchase multiple tickets, you will need to complete one order at a time. Each order must also use a unique email address.

When purchasing a ticket, you will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions.

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Watch the livestream

Your streaming link will be active beginning Friday 6 November at 10am (PST), the performance starts at 11am (PST) and plays for +/- 70 minutes, including one intermission. Make sure to prepare your viewing session by checking the internet connection etc.

FAQ

Can I watch the stream from outside the Netherlands?

Yes you can watch the stream from all over the world. Please keep in mind that there can be a time difference. The livestream will be played at 8pm CET (Central European Time).

I already bought a ticket for a livestream. What happens next?

Once you've purchased a ticket on our website, you will automatically receive an email with an access link. With this link you can watch the livestream. This is a personal and unique link, so we advise you not to share it with anyone. The stream can only be watched on one device at the time!

Where can I watch the livestream?

The livestream can be played on any screen: on your PC, laptop, phone or iPad / tablet. For the best theater experience, we recommend using the largest screen possible, or connecting your laptop to a television screen, for example (read how to do this here).

What do I need to watch the livestream?

  • You'll need a device to watch the livestream, we advise a tablet, laptop or desktop PC with an updated browser. Alternatively you can watch on your smartphone.
  • You'll need a good internet connection, preferably via a cable, but wifi or 4G will also work.
  • You'll need the unique access link. After we received your payment, we will automatically send you the access link.

Can I watch the live stream on more than one device simultanously?

No, you can only watch the livestream on one device at the same time. For every extra device an extra access link is needed.

 

Will the livestream be recorded?

No, the livestream will not be recorded and can only be viewed live.

About the programme

Dare to Say presents two works by distinctive makers. Alexander Ekman and Dimo Milev challenge the dancers of the second company in their new creations with different approaches to movement and choreography adapted to the restrictions imposed by COVID-19. The evening will be accompanied live by musicians of the Dutch Ballet Orchestra.

After his own dance career, former NDT 2 dancer Alexander Ekman (Sweden, 1984) decided to focus exclusively on choreography in which he portrays a clever and percussive approach to movement and a special gift for staging. Ekman often composes the music and develops the stage designs for his choreographies. His latest work for NDT, FIT, was created for NDT 2 in the 2018-2019 season.

After a full and rich career with several companies including Compañía Nacional de Danza and working with choreographers by the likes of William Forsythe, Ohad Naharin and Hans van Manen, choreographer Dimo Milev (Bulgaria, 1976) has developed a very distinctive movement quality that flows organically and is often rooted in close intimacy. He previously worked with NDT 2 for Up & Coming Choreographers in 2019. For his piece for Dare to Say Milev will be collaborating with composer Miguelangel Clerc Parada. The work marks his first creation for NDT’s regular programming.

Please be aware: this programme contains nudity.