18th Festival 2008 / Programme


Main programme


Samstag 08. Nov. // 15.30 – 17.15 Uhr
Sonntag 09. Nov. // 15.30 – 17.15 Uhr
BMW Werk Leipzig

E-Motion, Düsseldorf


»2nd ID«   (Video clip  )

HipHop-Tanzstück



Choreografie und Tänzer:

Andrea Böge, Nadia Espiritu, Takao Baba,
Niranh Chanthabouasy aka Lil’ Rock,
Kadir Memis aka Amigo, Lewon Tatewosian

Musik:

Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Xzibit, Floakin, Chage and Aska, Limp Bizkit, Aerodynamic
(Collage: Takao Baba)

Video:

Philip Bussmann

Lichtdesign:

Horst Mühlberger

Für Kinder und Jugendliche (ab 8 Jahre) und Erwachsene

Im Anschluss an beide Vorstellungen findet ein Publikumsgespräch statt.
Moderation: Rolf Dennemann, künstlerischer Leiter Festival off limits, Dortmund (08. Nov.) / Célestine Hennermann, Berlin (09. Nov.)

Kostenloser Bus-Shuttle an beiden Tagen: Abfahrt 15.00 Uhr, Dittrichring 21 (vor Hochschule für Musik und Theater)

Im Anschluss Rückfahrt nach Vorstellung sowie nach Publikumsgespräch:
08. Nov. zum Centraltheater und LOFFT // 09. Nov. zum Centraltheater

Takao Baba gibt am 06. und 07. Nov. den Workshop »HipHop – Die zweite Identität«: jeweils 14.00 Uhr für Anfänger und 17.00 Uhr für Fortgeschrittene.



Poppin’, lockin’, backspin – this is the heartbeat of hip-hop! Six dancers whirl across the stage, acrobatic, powerful, light-footed and comical. However, even thoughtfulness determines the action about love, communication, origin and tradition. Hip-hop is used here intelligently and imaginatively as an art form and yet loses nothing of its authenticity. The dancers have very different cultural backgrounds. Hip-hop integrates the strength to process a diverse range of influences and tensions and thus represents a kind of »second identity« – which is the very title itself.

Takao Baba, born in 1974 in Kyoto/Japan, instigated the founding of the E-Motion company in Dusseldorf in 2003. As from 1998 he was a member of the Massive Creation Crew, London. As member of the breakdance group Flying Steps the Berliner Kadir Memis became world champion several times at international B-Boy battles. Nadia Espiritu, Dusseldorf, Niranh Chanthabouasy, Heidelberg, and Andrea Böge, Stuttgart, are active as dancers, choreographers and teachers at home and abroad. Lewon Tatewosian was born in Armenia and lives in Stuttgart.

»2nd ID« emerged in cooperation with Célestine Hennermann, former dramatic advisor of choreographer William Forsythe at the Ballet Frankfurt/Main.


When they take over and continue one another’s juddering movements, flirt in a duo or mix hip-hop with flamenco or oriental reminiscences, then the acrobatic moves and styles look like a bafflingly effortless communication of cultures« (Evelyn Beyer, Neue Presse, Hannover, 25.02.2008).


Uraufführung: 11.01.2007, tanzhaus NRW, Düsseldorf

Internetseite der Compagnie: www.emotion-crew.de

Produktion: E-Motion
Koproduktion: tanzhaus NRW, Düsseldorf / Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt-Main