Programmreihe NachWieVor | dance performance & age(ing)
As part of the networking and exchange project NachWieVor | Tanzperformance & Alter(n) / “dance performance & age(ing)”, curated by Barbara Fuchs and Silke Z., we are looking forward to the participatory AudioWalk by the ensemble DanceOn60+ from Munich. Together with artists, scientists and our intergenerational audience, we would like to take a look at age(ing) in this series.
June: DANCE ON 60+ GEHT RAUS – A AUDIOWALK
Introductory workshop with AudioWalk in public space Andrea Marton (Munich)
Put on your headphones and dance away! DanceOn60+ gets the audience moving: People of all ages are invited to enter into a dance dialogue with each other and with the urban space through the AudioWalk. Each person separately and yet together, the participants are guided through the AudioWalk and Dance with headphones. Andrea Marton’s concept underlines her concern to enable the cultural participation of all people.
18 June 2022
DanceOn60+GehtRaus – An AudioWalk including Warm Up | 7:30 pm
19 June 2022
intergenerational Workshop with Andrea Marton for everybody from 8 to 108 | 2 pm
DanceOn60+GehtRaus – An AudioWalk including Warm Up | 4 pm SOUP KITCHEN – Exchange with audience and artists on the topic “Participation possibilities for artistic work with people over 60” – Moderated by Ralf Otto | 6 pm
Concept and artistic direction Andrea Marton // Project manager Ralf Otto // Piano Lukas Maier // Speaker Ruth Geiersberger // Video documentation Barbara Schröer // Technician Beppo Leichenich //© Photo: Birgit Widhopf
Produktion DanceOn60+ Supported by Erasmus+ Projekt “Creative Aging – culturalengagement instead of social isolation” and Kulturreferat of the LH Munich
Supported by Kulturator | Die Gute Dinge Stiftung
In September, the FELD Theatre for Young Audiences (Berlin) is a guest in the NachWieVor programme series.
The research STADTFÜCHSE uses the figure of the fox as a mythical creature to not only deal with the demarcation between humans and animals, but also philosophises and fabulates musically, dancingly and figuratively above all about being human in itself and the relationship of humans to their environment.
DATES: 23 & 24 September 2022
Fri. 23.09. STADTFÜCHSE | FELD Theatre for Young Audiences, Berlin | 8:15 pm
SUPPENKÜCHE | Exchange with audience and artists on the topic “Old people on stage for a young audience. How to break stereotypes and promote generational dialogue? – an exchange of experiences”.– Moderated by Gabi dan Droste | 9:15 pm
Tickets: Day ticket Sliding Scale 8-15 euros
Sat. 24.09. NachWieVor programme as part of the Cologne Theatre Night:
8 pm: We Need To Dance Together | international participatory format | Together with the audience we dance to tutorials by international choreographers who present their traditional dances in a contemporary way.
9 pm: Workshop show STADTFÜCHSE | FELD Theatre for Young Audiences, Berlin
10 pm: Workshop show STADTFÜCHSE | FELD Theatre for Young Audiences, Berlin
11 pm: Improvisation performance | Caroline Simon
12 pm: We Need To Dance Together
Tickets as part of the Cologne Theatre Night at www.theaternacht.de
Ziv Frenkel (Performance/Dance)
Julia Keren Turbahn (Performance/Dance)
Erik Leuthäuser (Performance/Music)
Jeanne Louët (Costume/Space)
Gabi dan Droste (Director/Dramaturgy)
Miriam Glöckler (Production manager)
STADTFÜCHSE – Spurensuche
by: Droste, Frenkel, Leuthäuser, Louët, Turbahn
A production by FELD Theatre for Young Audiences.
Supported by the NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ – STEPPING OUT,
sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and
Media within the framework of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR. Support programme dance.
OCTOBER: „BLÜHENDE LANDSCHAFTEN“ | AltentanzTheater Ensemble ZARTBITTER
For the third event in the NachWieVor programme series, we will be hosting the AltentanzTheater Ensemble ZARTBITTER in October.
Together with Lisa Thomas, the artist Justyna Koeke and the choreographer/dancer Pascal Sangl, ZARTBITTER 2022 has embarked on a research. The ensemble moves in the interplay of body, dance and living material: flowers and plants. The installative-choreographic performance adapts to the respective location and thus becomes a unique experience again and again. The TTW ensemble under the artistic direction of Lisa Thomas was founded in 2010 from a group of older people with a special passion for dance theatre.
DATES: 21 & 22 October 2022
Fri. 21.10. We Need To Dance Together | international participatory format | Together with the audience we dance to tutorials by international choreographers who present their traditional dances in a contemporary way | 7 pm
„Blühende Landschaften“ | AltentanzTheater Ensemble ZARTBITTER | 8 pm
Sat. 22.10. „Blühende Landschaften“ | AltentanzTheater Ensemble ZARTBITTER | 7 pm
SUPPENKÜCHE | Exchange with audience and artists on the topic “Cultural education and artistic creation with people over 60, changes in the perception of participatory projects” | 8 pm
Tickets: Day ticket Sliding Scale 8-15 euros
Choreografie: Lisa Thomas, Pascal Sangl
Kostüm: Justyna Koeke
Tanz: Marion Koch, Roswitha Münchbach, Lilo Mohaupt, Stefan Mohr-Bender, Helmut Rumpf-Hufnagel, Hildegard Schäffler, Gabriele Würch, Eva Schwanitz, Sebastian Hettenkofer, Hans Nau, Renate Denzel
Produktion: Tanz- und Theaterwerkstatt e.V.
die Stadt Ludwigsburg und das Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst des Landes Baden-Württemberg
Gefördert durch: Die Projektrecherche wurde gefördert vom Fonds Darstellende Künste aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen von NEUSTART KULTUR.
Artistic direction: Barbara Fuchs, Silke Z.
Production management: Magdalena Schmitt
Administration: Carina Graf
Organisation: Anna Boldt
Communication: Hanna Held
Cooperation partners: kubia (Cologne), DanceOn 60+ (Munich), FELD Theater (Berlin), Tanz- und Theaterwerkstatt (Ludwigsburg)
Press and public relations: Kerstin Rosemann
Graphic design: Caroline Simon
Supported by the Performing Arts Fund with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of NEUSTART KULTUR, the Cultural Office of the City of Cologne and the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.