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A Quiet Evening of Dance, 11.–12. May

A Quiet Evening of Dance,
11.–12. May

Spilles: Sat 11. May Sun 12. May

A Sadler’s Wells London Production.

Master choreographer William Forsythe for the first time at Dansens Hus.

William Forsythe (1955) is without a doubt one of the most important and influential choreographers of his generation. The fine mix of new and earlier works in A Quiet evening of Dance, could resemble a delicate chamber concert, created to be listened to. The premiere is co-produced with Sadler´s Wells in London and premiered 4 October 2018. The evening features Catalogue from 2016, DUO2015 and Seventeen/Twenty One.

Witty, unpredictable, superlatively danced ★★★★★

Financial Times

A piece of outstanding beauty ★★★★★

The Guardian

With

AKT 1, Catalogue. Choreography:
William Forsythe in artistic collaboration with Jill Johnson, Brit Rodemund and Christopher Roman
Dancers:
Parvaneh Scharafali & Ander Zabala (understudied by Cyril Baldy for Feb 2019 dates)
Catalogue, dansers:
Jill Johnson and Christopher Roman
Lighting:
Tanja Rühl
William Forsythe
Epilogue, Dancers:
Jill Johnson
Christopher Roman
Parvaneh Scharafali
Rauf “RubberLegz” Yasit
Ander Zabala (understudied by Cyril Baldy for Feb 2019 dates)
Dialogue, Duo2015. Choreography:
William Forsythe
Composer:
Thom Willems
Dancers:
Brigel Gjoka
Riley Watts
AKT 2 Seventeen / Twenty One. Choreography:
William Forsythe
Dancers:
Brigel Gjoka
Jill Johnson
Christopher Roman
Parvaneh Scharafali
Riley Watts
Rauf “RubberLegz” Yasit
Ander Zabala (understudied by Cyril Baldy for Feb 2019 dates)
Costumes:
Dorothee Merg
William Forsythe
Artistic director:
Alistair Spalding CBE
Producer:
Suzanne Walker
Touring manager:
Bia Oliveira
Touring producer:
Aristea Charalampidou
Production and touring coordinator:
Florent Trioux
Marketing manager:
Daniel King
Press:
Caroline Ansdell
Wardrobe:
Miwa Mitsuhashi
Production manager:
Adam Carrée
Photo:
Bill Cooper
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