The dance style krump, which originated in the Black community of LA, is danced resistance against racism and discrimination as well as an expression of inner conflicts and contradictions. In A Human Race, five international krump dancers come together in a circle of sand. Accompanied by the highly emotional music of Igor Stravinsky, a bitter battle for freedom, participation and recognition begins.
13 € | 8 € reduced
Reservation: kontakt [at] tanzkomplizen.de
The performance is suitable for anyone 11 years and older. The music is "Le Sacre du Printems" by Stravinsky. There are some loud parts. Some of the dancers stomp loudly. There is sand on the stage that could fly, especially into the front row.
Contact: Lisa Sziedat
Dance: Luka Austin Seydou, Solomon Quaynoo, Rochdi Alexander Schmitt, Mark Sheats & Émilie Ouedraogo Spencer
Music: Igor Stravinsky & Le Sacre du Printemps
Dramaturgy: Livia Patrizi
Production Management: Carola Söllner
A production of TANZKOMPLIZEN in the framework of the Offensive Tanz für junges Publikum Berlin, in cooperation with Cie Art-Track (F).
Grichka has been dancing since he was a child. He trained in all styles, from classical to African and contemporary dance. His passion was hip-hop and he joined projects with renowned companies such as Black Blanc Beur, Accrorap or Révolution.