Announcing: 2020 Workshop Opportunity with Deborah Hay
"Although momentary, as a performer I am aware that I can strengthen, deepen, and lighten up my gifts and interest in moving. A pre-determined sequence of hauntingly simple movements will help create the conditions for your mobile home."
January 20 - 31, 2020
15 mature performers
We advise artists to apply as soon as possible as space is limited and we have a growing wait list.
Tuition due in full December 20, 2019
For information and registration contact:
News release from Tanz im August | RE-Perspective Deborah Hay, Festivallaufzeit
Photo credit: Todd Wolfson
Announcing: Tanz im August 2019
Tanz im August will honour legendary choreographer Deborah Hay with a comprehensive retrospective titled RE-Perspective Deborah Hay: Works from 1968 to the Present. RE-Perspective assembles Deborah Hay’s works from the 1960s to the present, including two world premieres, newly staged productions and a multi-media installation. The extended programme will include a symposium, talks, and a publication. RE-Perspective will be the broadest institutional presentation of Deborah Hay’s lifetime achievements. It pays tribute to Deborah Hay as one of the most influential choreographers of postmodern dance in the 20th and 21st century. Her creative energy, methods and practice continue to inspire generations of dancers around the world. RE-Perspective Deborah Hay: Works from 1968 to the Present is a continuation of the Tanz im August retrospectives in 2015 and 2017 for Rosemary Butcher and La Ribot.
Deborah Hay (*1941) was a founding member of the experimental Judson Dance Theater and toured worldwide with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Throughout her career, she continuously wrote and published while also developing her own experimental methodology for dance practice and choreography, which she applied in her work with both amateurs and professional dancers. Commissioned works were created for The Forsythe Company and Cullberg Ballet, among others. Last year, MoMA opened their major exhibition Judson Dance Theater: The Work is Never Done, which features Hay’s work alongside that of her pioneering dance contemporaries Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown, Steve Paxton and others.
Deborah Hay has been a guest at Tanz im August three times before, with If I sing to you (2008), No time to fly (2012) and Figure a Sea with Cullberg Ballet (2016). For more information on the RE-Perspective Deborah Hay, visit this link.
The 31st edition of Tanz im August will take place from August 9 to August 31 2019. The Early Bird ticket pre-sale for selected productions will start on April 10.
Tanz im August is presented by HAU Hebbel am Ufer.
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