The Human Odyssey
The Human Odyssey: an artistic trajectory through continuous co-productions with dance companies around the world attempting to trace and capture human existential pillars enriching the discussion between cultures resulting in innovative artistic exchange and dialogue.
Available for international touring from February 2022
By Club Guy&Roni + Mouhamedou Ould Slahi + Slagwerk den Haag + De Balie Amsterdam
Freedom is the 3rd attempt we make to understand our standing point on the value of freedom. Starting with Phobia with Slovenian company En-Knap in 2016, followed by Freiheit in 2019 with Tanz Mainz, Germany.
Swan Lake (Crisis)
By Club Guy & Roni + Slagwerk Den Haag + Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation
A corona proof production, Swan Lake toured in Dutch big hall theatres, including International Theatre Amsterdam, Theatre Rotterdam and the Royal Theatre in The Hague.
The digital version of the performance, was parallel online throughout all tour dates hosted in The NITE hotel and was programmed on various festivals including Istanbul Theatre Festival (Turkey) and CIRCE, Tbilisi (Georgia). In July 2021 it will be at Bolzano Danza, Italy.
By Club Guy & Roni + GöteborgsOperans Danskompani + Slagwerk Den Haag + Asko|Schönberg
“The way love can sweep you off your feet is the way LOVE❤️ blows you away” – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ NCR
By Guy Weizman & Roni Haver + Tanz Mainz
“The audience is enthusiastic about it. The applause lasts longer than what the not only physically challenged dancers want to enjoy.” – FrankfurterRundschau
By Club Guy & Roni + Slagwerk Den Haag
“Tense, coarse, daring, well timed” – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ de Volkskrant
By Club Guy & Roni, En-Knap Group Slovenia + Slagwerk Den Haag
Phobia is being defined by the fabulous dance scenes, while the mesmerising and intense music by Slagwerk Den Haag effectively (and loudly) deepens the disastrous atmosphere. – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Dagblad van het Norden
In 2022 FORTUNE will be created, together with Navdhara Indian Dance Theatre and Slagwerk Den Haag. An artistic conversation about fortune conducted from completely different perspectives.
Preparations for future collaborations include Origin with Australasian Dance Collective, Youth with a group of aged performers in Asia, and Faith with an interdisciplinary group of Moroccan artists.
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