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Just in Time

Inhabitants in Berlin, Tel Aviv and New York are being invited to write letters to dance. The letters will not only be published in a single volume but will also be used as material for three participatory choreographies created by deufert&plischke.
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Jagd. Kampf. Rausch

For the second time in the TANZFONDS ERBE initiative, Reinhild Hoffmann was passing on one of her choreographies to a new generation of dancers. This time, Staatstheater Braunschweig was restaging her 1991 piece Zeche Eins.
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Witch Dance Project

Mary Wigman’s Hexentanz was the starting point for ten commissioned choreographies reinterpreting the work from various perspectives.
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H.K. – Quintett

The exceptional dancer Harald Kreutzberg was the inspiration for DanceLab Berlin’s contemporary dance piece as well as for an investigation of Germany’s modern-dance tradition.
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THE DANCER FROM AUSCHWITZ

Theater Nordhausen’s project was dedicated to the Jewish dancer and dance teacher Rosa Glaser who danced for her life in Auschwitz.
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Die Folterungen der Beatrice Cenci

The ballet company at Saarländisches Staatstheater is reconstructing Gerhard Bohner’s 1971 work The Tortures of Beatrice Cenci, described by the FAZ newspaper as “Germany’s most successful post-war ballet”.
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Depot Erbe

Theater Freiburg was creating research space at the Museum for New Art where artists and members of the public were investigating the future of cultural heritage.
Thumbnail RECONSTRUCTIONS OF MARY WIGMAN’S TOTENTÄNZE (DANCES OF DEATH)

RECONSTRUCTIONS OF MARY WIGMAN’S TOTENTÄNZE (DANCES OF DEATH)

Städtische Bühnen Osnabrück reconstructed Mary Wigman’s Totentänze I and II, and used exhibitions, installations and symposia to look at the death-dance theme.
Thumbnail FIVE PRELUDES BY MARIANNE VOGELSANG FROM J.S. BACH’S WELL-TEMPERED CLAVIER

FIVE PRELUDES BY MARIANNE VOGELSANG FROM J.S. BACH’S WELL-TEMPERED CLAVIER

Berlin dancer Nils Freyer was learning the final work by one of the pioneers of German Expressionist Dance.
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