Gæstespil: Homesick | Sick Home

date

21. September 2019

time

19:00

location

Odin Teatret
Særkærparken 144
7500 Holstebro
Denmark

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Ticket

120 / 60 kr

 

Guest performance by the Polish dance company B’cause Dance Company

What identifies a refugee? Is being a refugee a choice? Where is the line between being an immigrant and a refugee? Would any of us want to leave our home without a guarantee that we will find a second haven? And what if it turns out that at the end of a trip to a new home, is just the beginning of a journey towards being accepted? Where is the boundary between the lack of assimilation and the need to preserve the foundations of one's identity? Are acts of aggression the cause or effect of being excluded? Are they excluded? Are we excluded? Who are ‚they’ and ‚we’? Can a person be illegal?

The performance Homesick | Sick Home is an invitation to contemplation about issues regarding refugees, immigrants and multiculturalism. It is an attempt to depict these issues through dance and movement as sincere and primary means of expression. And maybe – when we are not overwhelmed by the subjective magnitude of information - we are able to look at such comprehensive content from many perspectives.

 

The performance is financially supported by the Capital City of Warsaw

 

Choreography: Bartek Woszczynski

Dancers: Fabiana Mangialardi, Francesca Merolla, Szymon Osiński, Urszula Woszczyńska, Bartek Woszczyński 

Music: ATMO (Giulio Donati & Simone Donati)

Lighting design: Artur Wytrykus

Costume design: Joanna Woszczyńska

 

Length 65 mins

TICKETS - Kr. 120
Students, Pensioners and groups of 10+: Kr. 60

Reservation of tickets: tel. +45 9742 4777
Mon - Fri between 9.00 -15.00 hrs.
Email: odin@odinteatret.dk

Reserved tickets must be picked up no later than 15 min. before the performance begins.

The performance (...) combined a fantastic dance show and a touching story that certainly aroused in the audience many important questions about our identity and openness to other cultures.
 Anxious, neurotic, well- balanced choreography of Bartek Woszczyński ...

 

 

... absolutely beautiful lighting design by Artur Wytrykus...

 

5 dancers (...) paint the history of struggle for survival in a world full of divisions and inequalities.