Magic Valley  | The Instrument      Choreography  | Maya M. Carroll   Performers  | Sandra Lolax, Roy Carroll, Maya M. Carroll   Music  | Roy Carroll   Costume and Set Design  | Sarah Marguier   Photography  | Miguel Lopez  Views of an imaginary civilization, three figures in a journey of attachment and survival against the backdrop of a world destroyed. An evolutionary study of an “instrument” within which develops a language of unique and magical quality. Manipulation by fine strings fulfills a chronology of refined interactions. Discovering co-dependence reveals their inner world with images of beauty and dreams, while “the instrument” transforms from a tool of creation into an instrument of destruction. Reflecting on primal existence, the birth of culture and violence, Magic Valley mirrors human's gift of imagination. Detailed movement, sound and video installation  illustrate the power of images, the delicate balance between beauty and danger and the connection we seek in our circle of life and death.   Premiere | Dock 11, Berlin (2011)

Magic Valley | The Instrument

 

Choreography | Maya M. Carroll

Performers | Sandra Lolax, Roy Carroll, Maya M. Carroll

Music | Roy Carroll

Costume and Set Design | Sarah Marguier

Photography | Miguel Lopez

Views of an imaginary civilization, three figures in a journey of attachment and survival against the backdrop of a world destroyed. An evolutionary study of an “instrument” within which develops a language of unique and magical quality. Manipulation by fine strings fulfills a chronology of refined interactions. Discovering co-dependence reveals their inner world with images of beauty and dreams, while “the instrument” transforms from a tool of creation into an instrument of destruction. Reflecting on primal existence, the birth of culture and violence, Magic Valley mirrors human's gift of imagination. Detailed movement, sound and video installation  illustrate the power of images, the delicate balance between beauty and danger and the connection we seek in our circle of life and death. 

Premiere | Dock 11, Berlin (2011)

  Waiting For Pablo  | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele      Choreography  | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele   Performers  | Murielle Elizeon and Angelika Thiele   Costume, Set, and Light Design  | Sarah Marguier   Photography  | Sarah Marguier  Waiting for Pablo is a journey is based on various experiences of the five senses (hearing, touch, taste, sight and smell), and the imaginary landscapes that can emerge from one or more of these senses in the context of a live performance.  Which fantasies and experiences are produced in the senses? When and how can they be linked to real and fictionnal memories? To intimacy? To fear, confidence, expectations and trust between performers and audience members?  Through these multiple threads, “Waiting for Pablo” explores a variety of oppositions linked to Argentine Tango: elegance and horror in the body, the need to remember and the need to forget, prudence and prostitution, and the fetishism of youth and decadence as well as intimacy and strangeness.  Premiere | Lucky Trimmer Festival, Sophiensaele, Berlin (2013)

Waiting For Pablo | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele

 

Choreography | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele

Performers | Murielle Elizeon and Angelika Thiele

Costume, Set, and Light Design | Sarah Marguier

Photography | Sarah Marguier

Waiting for Pablo is a journey is based on various experiences of the five senses (hearing, touch, taste, sight and smell), and the imaginary landscapes that can emerge from one or more of these senses in the context of a live performance.  Which fantasies and experiences are produced in the senses? When and how can they be linked to real and fictionnal memories? To intimacy? To fear, confidence, expectations and trust between performers and audience members?

Through these multiple threads, “Waiting for Pablo” explores a variety of oppositions linked to Argentine Tango: elegance and horror in the body, the need to remember and the need to forget, prudence and prostitution, and the fetishism of youth and decadence as well as intimacy and strangeness.

Premiere | Lucky Trimmer Festival, Sophiensaele, Berlin (2013)

  Rheingold Resonanzen  | Louise Wagner      Choreography  | Louise Wagner   Costume Design  | Sarah Marguier   Musicians  | Agnieska Dziubak, Robin Hayward, Klaus Janek, Hilary Jelery, and Biliana Voutchkova    Dancers  | Ruben Antoniano, Maya M. Carroll, Lisanne Goodhue, Akemi Nagao, Ingo Reulecke, Isaac Spencer, Julian Weber   Photography  | Sarah Marguier  Premiere: Berlin (2013)

Rheingold Resonanzen | Louise Wagner

 

Choreography | Louise Wagner

Costume Design | Sarah Marguier

Musicians | Agnieska Dziubak, Robin Hayward, Klaus Janek, Hilary Jelery, and Biliana Voutchkova 

Dancers | Ruben Antoniano, Maya M. Carroll, Lisanne Goodhue, Akemi Nagao, Ingo Reulecke, Isaac Spencer, Julian Weber

Photography | Sarah Marguier

Premiere: Berlin (2013)

  Wilderness  | Tommy Noonan & Thomas Jeker      Choreography, Music, and Performance  | Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker   Light Design  | Carl Faber   Costume Design  | Sarah Marguier  Wilderness is a sound poem for the end of the world. With one guitar and a microphone, two men suggest, inhabit and embody various fantasies of place, isolation and belonging in an imagined desolate dream-scape. Through fragments of possible narratives, Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker drift in a sometimes violent and sometimes tender relationship to each other and to the audience. “Wilderness” is part music concert, part Hörspiel, part dance performance and campfire story, wherein two people imagine a world that is both before and after our own.  Premiere: Theater Freiburg (2013)

Wilderness | Tommy Noonan & Thomas Jeker

 

Choreography, Music, and Performance | Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker

Light Design | Carl Faber

Costume Design | Sarah Marguier

Wilderness is a sound poem for the end of the world. With one guitar and a microphone, two men suggest, inhabit and embody various fantasies of place, isolation and belonging in an imagined desolate dream-scape. Through fragments of possible narratives, Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker drift in a sometimes violent and sometimes tender relationship to each other and to the audience. “Wilderness” is part music concert, part Hörspiel, part dance performance and campfire story, wherein two people imagine a world that is both before and after our own.

Premiere: Theater Freiburg (2013)

  Magic Valley  | The Instrument      Choreography  | Maya M. Carroll   Performers  | Sandra Lolax, Roy Carroll, Maya M. Carroll   Music  | Roy Carroll   Costume and Set Design  | Sarah Marguier   Photography  | Miguel Lopez  Views of an imaginary civilization, three figures in a journey of attachment and survival against the backdrop of a world destroyed. An evolutionary study of an “instrument” within which develops a language of unique and magical quality. Manipulation by fine strings fulfills a chronology of refined interactions. Discovering co-dependence reveals their inner world with images of beauty and dreams, while “the instrument” transforms from a tool of creation into an instrument of destruction. Reflecting on primal existence, the birth of culture and violence, Magic Valley mirrors human's gift of imagination. Detailed movement, sound and video installation  illustrate the power of images, the delicate balance between beauty and danger and the connection we seek in our circle of life and death.   Premiere | Dock 11, Berlin (2011)
  Waiting For Pablo  | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele      Choreography  | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele   Performers  | Murielle Elizeon and Angelika Thiele   Costume, Set, and Light Design  | Sarah Marguier   Photography  | Sarah Marguier  Waiting for Pablo is a journey is based on various experiences of the five senses (hearing, touch, taste, sight and smell), and the imaginary landscapes that can emerge from one or more of these senses in the context of a live performance.  Which fantasies and experiences are produced in the senses? When and how can they be linked to real and fictionnal memories? To intimacy? To fear, confidence, expectations and trust between performers and audience members?  Through these multiple threads, “Waiting for Pablo” explores a variety of oppositions linked to Argentine Tango: elegance and horror in the body, the need to remember and the need to forget, prudence and prostitution, and the fetishism of youth and decadence as well as intimacy and strangeness.  Premiere | Lucky Trimmer Festival, Sophiensaele, Berlin (2013)
  Rheingold Resonanzen  | Louise Wagner      Choreography  | Louise Wagner   Costume Design  | Sarah Marguier   Musicians  | Agnieska Dziubak, Robin Hayward, Klaus Janek, Hilary Jelery, and Biliana Voutchkova    Dancers  | Ruben Antoniano, Maya M. Carroll, Lisanne Goodhue, Akemi Nagao, Ingo Reulecke, Isaac Spencer, Julian Weber   Photography  | Sarah Marguier  Premiere: Berlin (2013)
  Wilderness  | Tommy Noonan & Thomas Jeker      Choreography, Music, and Performance  | Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker   Light Design  | Carl Faber   Costume Design  | Sarah Marguier  Wilderness is a sound poem for the end of the world. With one guitar and a microphone, two men suggest, inhabit and embody various fantasies of place, isolation and belonging in an imagined desolate dream-scape. Through fragments of possible narratives, Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker drift in a sometimes violent and sometimes tender relationship to each other and to the audience. “Wilderness” is part music concert, part Hörspiel, part dance performance and campfire story, wherein two people imagine a world that is both before and after our own.  Premiere: Theater Freiburg (2013)

Magic Valley | The Instrument

 

Choreography | Maya M. Carroll

Performers | Sandra Lolax, Roy Carroll, Maya M. Carroll

Music | Roy Carroll

Costume and Set Design | Sarah Marguier

Photography | Miguel Lopez

Views of an imaginary civilization, three figures in a journey of attachment and survival against the backdrop of a world destroyed. An evolutionary study of an “instrument” within which develops a language of unique and magical quality. Manipulation by fine strings fulfills a chronology of refined interactions. Discovering co-dependence reveals their inner world with images of beauty and dreams, while “the instrument” transforms from a tool of creation into an instrument of destruction. Reflecting on primal existence, the birth of culture and violence, Magic Valley mirrors human's gift of imagination. Detailed movement, sound and video installation  illustrate the power of images, the delicate balance between beauty and danger and the connection we seek in our circle of life and death. 

Premiere | Dock 11, Berlin (2011)

Waiting For Pablo | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele

 

Choreography | Murielle Elizeon & Angelika Thiele

Performers | Murielle Elizeon and Angelika Thiele

Costume, Set, and Light Design | Sarah Marguier

Photography | Sarah Marguier

Waiting for Pablo is a journey is based on various experiences of the five senses (hearing, touch, taste, sight and smell), and the imaginary landscapes that can emerge from one or more of these senses in the context of a live performance.  Which fantasies and experiences are produced in the senses? When and how can they be linked to real and fictionnal memories? To intimacy? To fear, confidence, expectations and trust between performers and audience members?

Through these multiple threads, “Waiting for Pablo” explores a variety of oppositions linked to Argentine Tango: elegance and horror in the body, the need to remember and the need to forget, prudence and prostitution, and the fetishism of youth and decadence as well as intimacy and strangeness.

Premiere | Lucky Trimmer Festival, Sophiensaele, Berlin (2013)

Rheingold Resonanzen | Louise Wagner

 

Choreography | Louise Wagner

Costume Design | Sarah Marguier

Musicians | Agnieska Dziubak, Robin Hayward, Klaus Janek, Hilary Jelery, and Biliana Voutchkova 

Dancers | Ruben Antoniano, Maya M. Carroll, Lisanne Goodhue, Akemi Nagao, Ingo Reulecke, Isaac Spencer, Julian Weber

Photography | Sarah Marguier

Premiere: Berlin (2013)

Wilderness | Tommy Noonan & Thomas Jeker

 

Choreography, Music, and Performance | Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker

Light Design | Carl Faber

Costume Design | Sarah Marguier

Wilderness is a sound poem for the end of the world. With one guitar and a microphone, two men suggest, inhabit and embody various fantasies of place, isolation and belonging in an imagined desolate dream-scape. Through fragments of possible narratives, Tommy Noonan and Thomas Jeker drift in a sometimes violent and sometimes tender relationship to each other and to the audience. “Wilderness” is part music concert, part Hörspiel, part dance performance and campfire story, wherein two people imagine a world that is both before and after our own.

Premiere: Theater Freiburg (2013)

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