by Akram Kahn Company (UK)
For children over 8 year and families!
Inspired by Akram Khan’s award winning final full-length solo XENOS, Chotto Xenos is a captivating dance production that takes young audiences back in time, exploring the often forgotten and untold stories of World War 1 colonial soldiers, in order to shine light on our present and future
Before the performance, from kl. 16:00, we invite you to a conversation across generations at Rosendal Kafé. Coffee and cake will be served.
The performance is part of Multiplié Dance Festival 2022 and is presented by Rosendal Teater and DansiT, in collaboration with Dansenett Norge.
|XENOS Artistic Direction and Original Choreography:||Akram Khan|
|Chotto Xenos Direction and Adaptation:||Sue Buckmaster (Theatre-Rites)|
|Lighting Design:||Guy Hoare|
|Original Music:||Domenico Angarano, inspired by Vincenzo Lamagna’s score for XENOS|
|Sound Design:||Domenico Angarano & Phil Wood|
|Costume Design:||Kimie Nakano|
|Film & Projection Design:||Lucy Cash|
|Assistant Choreographer:||Nicola Monaco|
|Rehearsal Director:||Nico Monaco|
|Dancer:||Jasper Narvaez or Nico Ricchini|
|Co-produced by||DanceEast Ipswich, The Point Eastleigh, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, Théâtre de la Ville – Paris|
|Created with the support of||Capital Group|
|Chotto Xenos was commissioned by:||14-18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England, and the Department for Digital,Culture, Media and Sport|
|Supported by||Arts Council England|
|Foto:||Kennedy Jean Lous Fernandez|
Rosendal Teater is placed in the eastern part of Trondheim, at the other side of the crossing near Lademoen Church. The closest bus stop is Rønningsbakken. Bicycle parking at our wall towards the gas station.
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