Ion, 18. - 20. February

18. - 20. February

Why is the coordinated movement so attractive to the eye?

  • Duration60 min
  • Price165-340
  • StageMain stage

Dates & times

  • 18. February - 19:00
  • 19. February - 19:00
  • 20. February - 19:00

The Greek choreographer Christos Papadopoulos is endlessly fascinated by nature. Right down to the last detail: the atom. On the stage we see a suggestive and living system made up of 10 dancers. Crawling, pulsating and coordinating, attracting and repelling each other – constantly searching for tracks that follow the rules and mechanisms of nature. Papadopoulos’ choreography is based on the world of nature – birds’ journeys across the sky, fireflies’ coordination, and an endless series of microphenomena.

Background material


  • Concept and choreography

    Christos Papadopoulos

  • Dancers

    Alexis Tsiamoglou
    Maria Bregianni
    Efthymis Moschopoulos
    Nanti Gogoulou
    Georgios Kotsifakis
    Pagona Boulbasakou
    Tasos Nikas
    Katerina Liontou

  • Dramaturg

    Tassos Koukoutas

  • Music

    Coti K

  • Light

    Evina Vasilakopoulou

  • Costumes

    Angelos Mentis

  • Scenography

    Evangelia Therianou

  • 1st assistant choreographer

    Katerina Spyropoulou

  • 2nd sasistant choreographer

    Ioanna Antonarou

  • Producer

    Theodora Kapralou

  • Distribution

    Key Performance

Porduced by: Onassis Stegi
Supported by: The Fondation d’entreprise Hermès in the frabes of the New Settings programme.
Co-production: Théâtre de la Ville-Paris, Le Lieu Unique-Scène nationale de Nantes.
Partner: Dublin Dance Festival
Touring partner and support: Onassis Stegi – Outward Turn Program

  • Supported by Onassis Stegi Black Straight