NDT online

NDT online

Put April 24 and 25 in your calendar!

Take a seat on the theater’s best seats in your own living room. Seize this unique opportunity to see beloved works by NDT online.



A triple bill of beloved works danced by NDT 2:
Ten Duets on a Theme of Rescue (2023) by Crystal Pite
About Now (2023) by Noé Soulier
IMPASSE (2020) by Johan Inger


A full-length work created especially for NDT 1:
In the Dutch Mountains (2023) by Marco Goecke

Both days offer a unique opportunity to see (back) these performances!

What is the price?
A ticket for one day costs €15.

Triple Bill, NDT 2

Wednesday, April 24

How do we bridge the gap that continues to grow as we stagnate?

The work problematizes the ease with which we blindly adopt what others say or do, and how in so doing we lose the opportunity for fruitful growth. Can we bring ourselves to seriously question the world together and find the strength to provide it with a new interpretation?

“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

French choreographer Noé Soulier questions the way we perceive and interpret gestures, exploring dance through various techniques. In projects such as the book “Actions, mouvements et gestes,” and the 2013 work Mouvement sur movement, Soulier introduces a discrepancy between discourse and the gestures that accompany it. In this way, he attempts to activate the audience’s bodily memory through movements that refer to absent objects or events.

With this work, Soulier made his debut with the company.

“I love the word ‘rescue.’ It tells a whole story in a single word,” said internationally renowned choreographer Crystal Pite. Ten Duets on a Theme of Rescue (2008) was originally created for Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. “The creation of this work was a dig. After constructing the choreography, I searched the choreography for images that evoked rescue; images that were already present in the movements as fragments of an untold story,” says Pite. In each of the ten duets, an image of salvation is held for a brief moment of reflection before being released back into the dance.


In The Dutch Mountains, NDT 1

Thursday, April 25



With In the Dutch Mountains, Goecke contemplates the absurdities of life and questions our sense of connection, familiarity and becoming. For this, Goecke finds inspiration in several sources, including Cees Nooteboom’s fictional novel In the Mountains of the Netherlands and the 1987 song In the Dutch Mountains by the Dutch band Nits, which serve as a backdrop for the strong artistic connections the choreographer feels with the Netherlands: “The way my life has always led me back to the Netherlands is striking. I keep being drawn back to this country.”


In The Dutch Mountains is Goecke’s best choreography to date: layered, poetic and utterly idiosyncratic.’

TROUW - Alexander Hiskemuller

How does it work?

On April 24, from 00:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. (CEST), watch Triple bill online.
On April 25, from 00:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. (CEST), watch In the Dutch Mountains online.

Both a unique opportunity to watch these performances (back).

NOTE: The performances are available until 23:59 (CET) on 1 specific day. After this time, the performance is no longer available to watch. Are you watching from abroad? Check the date and time in your time zone here.

See how it works here & find the answers to all your questions

Still can’t find what you are looking for? Email digitaaltheater@ndt.nl

What is the price?
A ticket for one day costs €15.

Meer NDT online?

More NDT online?

For the third year in a row, NDT wins the Tanz Magazine award for best online event! “Contemporary top choreographies continue to come from The Hague – in the very best streaming quality. Captured by six cameras, the finest dance art is broadcast for an international audience.”

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