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Story, story, die., 25.–28. May

Story, story, die.,
25.–28. May

Spilles: Sat 25. May Sun 26. May Mon 27. May Tue 28. May

Major new dance production from one of Norway’s leading stage artists

Winter guests' three recent productions at Dansens Hus may be characterized more like theater than dance. This time however, we get a brand new dance performance! With an ensemble of seven international dancers, winter guests present a performance dealing with the contradiction between truth and fiction. How do we stage our lives for each other in our eternal pursuit of recognition? The essence of this is self-realization. Recognition is by no means unconditional, it depends on success. Alan Øyen is one of the performing arts most versatile actors in Norway, with his great choreography assignment for Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch as a preliminary highlight.

Alan Lucien Øyen har utmerket seg ved kunstnerisk dristighet og stilsikker nyskaping. Han har en utvetydig sans for detaljer og fremviser en vilje til nyorientering og eksperimentlyst som er påfallende.

Juryuttalelse, Oktoberdans

With

Choreography:
Alan Lucien Øyen
Dancers:
Olivia Aconca
Zander Constant
Mai Lisa Guinoo
Pascal Marty
Lee Yuan Tu
Tom Weinberger
Cheng An Wu
Scenography:
Martin Flack
Light designer:
Torkel Skjærven
Sound designer:
Terje Wessel Øverland
Costume designer:
Stine Sjøgren
Rehearsal director:
Stephan Laks
Project manager:
Lisa Reynolds
Production assistant:
Margrethe Nandrup Rylander
Photo:
Martin Flack
Foto Alan L. Øyen:
Mats Bäcker
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