Production Details / Press Releases
Aerobics! – A ballet in 3 Acts, a piece for seven dancers, develops a new perspective on aerobics, a sport and physical training practice that conquered the world in the 1980s. During the three-acts structure, dancers investigate the relationship of dance, choreography and aerobics from its aesthetics and coordinated movements. The piece develops a precise study and reinterpretation of the subsurface structure of this fitness practice. The aerobic movement vocabulary is brought in an unusual structural and spatial relationship, disassembled and put back together. It will be treated as dance material for choreography, applying a dramaturgical line and content for the development of movements and changes of rhythm.
Cast & Credits
CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY: Paula Rosolen
BY / WITH: Jungyun Bae, Teresa Forstreuter / Sanna Lundström, Gabriela Gobbi, Christopher Matthews, Marko Milic, Sabine Prokop, Paula Rosolen
LIGHT DESIGN, TECH: Tanja Rühl
COSTUMES: Juan M. Morales, Anika Alischewski, Takako Senda
ARTISTIC ADVISOR: Juan M. Morales
DRAMATURGY ADVISOR: Anna Wagner, Marcus Droß
CHOREOGRAPHIC ASSISTANCE: Christopher Matthews
ASSISTANT: David Morrow
TRAINER: Berchy da Silva, Henrik Goehle
PRODUCTION: Jana Lüthje (Movement in Contemporary Art), Haptic Hide
PRESS: Kathrin Schäfer KulturPR
THANKS to: Miriam Würtz, Friederike Thielmann, Jeff Friedman
A production by Paula Rosolen / Haptic Hide and M.i.C.A in coproduction with the Théâtre de la Ville Paris, the Musée de la Danse / Center chorégraphique national of Rennes and Brittany, artist house Mousonturm and SOPHIENSÆLE.
Supported by the Capital Culture Fund, the FondsTransfabrik – German-French Fund for the Performing Arts, the Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main and the Hessian Ministry of Art and Media.
Festival EVERY STEP YOU TAKE
IDEA, CONCEPT: Christiane Kretschmer, Anna Mülter, Franziska Werner
Supported by the Capital Culture Fund.
The video documentation is produced by Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH on behalf of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe. The purpose of this contract is to document productions in the field of contemporary dance in Berlin. The master recordings are archived by the University Library of the Berlin University of Arts. Copies of the recordings on DVD are available for viewing exclusively in the reference collections of the following archives (at media desks in these institutions):