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Re-dream

08.04.2017 kl. 19:00 Nunatta Isiginnaartitsisarfia, Nuuk
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Re-Dream – the dilemma and beauty of dreams Re-Dream is a dance performance about dealing with dreams. Dreams of the future that are necessary, but sometimes holding us back from living life. Guest apperance of the ballet dancers from Qiajuk Studio.

Re-Dream – the dilemma and beauty of dreams
Re-Dream is a dance performance about dealing with dreams. Dreams of the future that are necessary, but sometimes holding us back from living life. 
Guest apperance of the ballet dancers from Qiajuk Studio

Production by Jan Vesala. 
Dancers and choreographers are Antoinette Helbing and Taneli Torma. 
The length of the piece is 2 x 30-40 minutes.

To show different ways of dealing with dreams we are using two dance solos, done by two different people. One woman, one man. One straight, one gay. One has children, one not. One is
looking back at dreams that didn't come true, one is realizing a dream.
In the first act Antoinette is looking at dreams, her own and others, of who to become as a grown up woman.
Her movement language is contemporary and task driven – as cutting meat, frying it and serving it to the audience. She is a humorous dancer and choreographer with a profound honesty.

In the second act Taneli is rediscovering his dreams of passion.
“Even before I knew that I was gay I dreamt that Mark Owen from Take That would be my husband. How the things look and appear have changed, but not the essence of my dreams. I like to revisit the dreams that the 15 years old Taneli had, to find out, what is still left of them and how to deal with those passionate dreams without completely looking upon them with irony."
Taneli has a schooling in classical ballet but has since then moved on into the contemporary field. In this piece he will go back to his ballet technique. He is aware that ballet is often looked
upon with irony in the contemporary dance world and this is something he will play with. There will be moments in the piece where irony shines through, but his devotion counterbalances the
irony with truthfulness and honesty. Young ballet dancers are used in a scene to emphasize the contrast between young and old, future and past, group and solitude.

The performance is supported by: Nordisk Kulturfond, Statens Kunstfond, Nordens Institut i Grønland, Qiajuk Studios and the National Theatre of Greenland.