Batsheva Dance Company Tel Aviv


  • 60 min

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“Audience is seated in a square. Inside the square – the dance. Nine dancers, sound track of eclectic Japanese music, no text, no video, no props. For me, a research of new possibilities of movement, structure, organization, timing, tension, relationship of audience-performers, humour, repetition, dimensions, virtuosity, stillness, emotional development, sexuality, slowness, unison, speed, improvisations, overstatement, understatement, places I have never been before...”
(Ohad Naharin)


Artistic Director Ohad Naharin
Managing Director / Artistic Co-Director Naomi Bloch Fortis
Choreographer in Residence Sharon Eyal
Costume Design Rakfet Levy
Lighting Design Avi Yona Bueno – Bambi
Sound Design Frankie Lievaart
Music Yapoos, Takagi Masakatsu, Ogurusu Norihide, Drummatic, Fonica, Yuzu Kako, Lou Reed, Bobby Freeman, Nakagawa Takashi, Isolated Audio Players, Roletta Secohan, Flower Companyz

The piece was developed in cooperation with the company dancers and Sharon Eyal

With the support of Ministry of Education Culture and Sport, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Division of Cultural and Scientific Affairs, the Tel-Aviv Municipality, Israel National Lottery – Council for the Arts, UJC Israel, America-Israel Cultural Foundation, The Rich Foundation, Mr. Robert Weil - Proventus, The Kenny Family and Eastronics, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, The Dellal Family, The Sokolovsky Family and Dani Karavan, Isrotel Chain of Hotels, HP Indigo, Shuki Zikri, Lee Cooper Israel
Cooperation with Mousonturm Frankfurt
Guest performance in cooperation with Berliner Festspiele
Supported by the Israeli Embassy Berlin