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Direction – East, Station – Dance is a project of Lublin Dance Theatre and Lublin Culture Centre presenting the Polish dance performances in chosen countries of the Eastern Partnership: Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan. Each part of the project consists of: a presentation of performance – Stories we have never told by Lublin Dance Theatre, dance workshops conducted by dancers of LDT, improvised performative activities that will include local performers as well as a lecture and a discussion on the subject of Polish contemporary dance, the activities of its main groups and contemporary dance centres in Poland (host: Grzegorz Kondrasiuk, PhD, Maria Skłodowska-Curie University) The next scheduled stop is Azerbaijan ? Yarat Contemporary Art Space, on 16-20 December 2015.

Stories we have never told (performance)

Four characters, four people tell their stories with words, images, body and movement, in silence, without thinking about the consequences. Four different personalities too near to each other in both temporal and physical space, permeating each other, fighting for attention and intimacy. Irritated, as on a Sunday family?s lunch, they wish to find a story they have never told. 

choreography: Simone Sandroni / Italy;
choreographer?s assistant: Elvira Zu?iga / Germany;
lighting: Grzegorz Polak;
sound/video: Dariusz Kociński;
dance: Anna Żak, Ola Łaba (guest performance) , Ryszard Kalinowski, Wojciech Kaproń

Next stops:
Station: Azerbaijan (Yarat Contemporary Art Space), 16-20 December

Stops visited:
Station: Tbilisi (Royal District Theatre), 31 May – 5 June
Station: Kiev, 16-19 April (Contemporary Dance Festival ?Zelyonka Fest 2015?)
Station: Minsk, February 2015

Project is carried out with support from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage as part of “Promotion of Polish culture abroad” programme and the Culture Centre in Lublin.   

 

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