Premiere 7/3 2009 at Zebradans.
Adventures can be funny, exciting, wonderful, scary
and sad. They are around us, in our everyday life. They appear
and they go away.
Måns and Inger have a tent. They collect
adventures. The two friends dance around straggling trees and
twisting snakes. They swim and stroke animals, jump and bounce,
they tip toe and scout. They prepare a picnic. One of the adventures
does not turn out as they expected. Are they going to find their
way back? The performance is a mixture of music, visual images
and dance. The dance performance Adventure grew out of a process
together with seven year old children from Rinkeby, Stockholm
and Skellefteå who created drawings and texts about what
an adventure is.
“a lyrical half an hour full of dance,
where a cool bear in a tie is created only with the use of words,
to the delight of the audience.” SvD
-a performance with a dancing couple underneath two street lights.
The duet is performed outdoors after sunset. Dance and music
are specially recomposed for each new site.” Through expressive,
recognizable movements performed in front of an ingenious background
with images of 60s cars, buses and people there is a creation
of a trustworthy image showing us how difficult it can be for
two people to be in a relationship”. Umeå, VK
Can you hear the wind? A boy’s journey through
the biting wind.
Obstacles appearing – he has to get past.
It takes courage and cleverness.
A classic fairytale theme in this new work by the choreographer
The percussionist Kalle Källman fills the performance with
rhythms, music and song. Can you hear the wind? is a popular
performance that has been played for many children since its
premiere in spring 2004.