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This is my last dance

Ein Duett von und mit Tabea Martin und Simona Bertozzi 


Inspiriert von Samuel Becketts Einakter Endspiel.


In Endspiel geht es um eine Endzeit nach dem Untergang der Welt. Menschen sind auf der vergeblichen Suche nach einem Ausweg. Es sind apokalyptische Szenen. Der Endzustand und das Nicht-Enden-Können, die ständige Wiederholung. Die Figuren sind dem Verfall oder der Erstarrung ausgesetzt. Sie werden zurückgeworfen auf die einzig bleibende Wirklichkeit, die innere Wirklichkeit, die Gedanken, die Erinnerungen. Doch der negative Grundzustand wird immer wieder gebrochen mit Komik oder Absurdität.


Beckett ist Inspiration für die Performance, die den Umgang mit dem eigenen Ende erforscht. Wie geht unser Körper mit dem Endzustand um? Wie überwinden wir die Angst und die Ausweglosigkeit?


Die italienische Tänzerin Simona Bertozzi tanzte lange bei Virgilio Sieni und hat ihre eigene Tanzcompagnie in Bologna. Seit der ersten Begegnung im Rahmen von Choreoroam London 2008 begann der künstlerische Austausch mit Tabea Martin. Nun stehen die beiden erstmals zusammen auf der Bühne. 

Konzept

Tabea Martin

Tanz / Choreografie

Tabea Martin, Simona Bertozzi

Bühne

Veronika Mutalova

Kostüme 

Mirjam Egli

Lichtdesign

Simon Lichtenberger

Dramaturgie  

Irina Müller, Moos van den Broek

Musikalische Beratung

Donath Weyeneth

Oeil Exterieur

Sebastian Nübling

Choreografische Assistenz

Tamara Gvozdenovic

Produktion

Larissa Bizer

Koproduktion

Kaserne Basel

Partner

Im Rahmen des Veranstalterfonds von Reso - Tanznetzwerk Schweiz. Unterstützt durch Pro Helvetia, Schweizer Kulturstiftung.

Unterstützer

Fachausschuss Tanz & Theater BS/BL, Migros-Kulturprozent, Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung, Fondation Nestlé pour l’Art

Compagnie Tabea Martin wird unterstützt durch Fachausschuss Tanz & Theater BS/BL und PRAIRIE. Das Koproduktionsmodell von Migros-Kulturprozent mit innovativen Schweizer Theater- und Tanzgruppen

Beyond Indifference

Beyond Indifference

Field

Field

Duet For Two Dancers

Duet For Two Dancers

Pink For Girls & Blue For Boys

Pink For Girls & Blue For Boys

Tabea Martin is active as a choreographer and performer in Basel, Switzerland. 

Contact

Tabea Martin

Production, Booking

Larissa Bizer

produktion@tabeamartin.ch

+41 78 691 57 77


On Tour


This is my last dance

Premiere

01.02.2018 Kaserne Basel (CH)

Upcoming shows

2.-5.2.2018 Kaserne Basel (CH)

8.2.2018 HIVER de DANSES / TPR Beau-site, La Chaux-de-Fonds (CH)

25.2.2018 Dampfzentrale Bern (CH)

15.-16.3.2018 Théâtre Sevelin 36 Lausanne (CH)

2018 FIT Festival Lugano (CH)

2018 Tanz in Winterthur (CH)

A duet by and with Tabea Martin and Simona Bertozzi. 


Inspired by Samuel Becketts one-act play Endgame.


Two women are standing on an empty stage. They are searching for something and being confronted to their own end at the same time. Before they have even started dancing, the end is already present. Silence. Emptiness. Fragments. But with the humor it needs in order to keep going.

Conzept

Tabea Martin

Dance / Choreography

Tabea Martin, Simona Bertozzi

Beyond Indifference

Premiere

10.12.2016 Kaserne Basel (CH)

Upcoming shows

to be announced

Tabea Martin’s newest work, ‹Beyond Indifference›, questions our perception of truth. What can still be trusted in a world in which we can no longer trust anyone? How do we deal with continually being manipulated? 

Two parallel worlds exist on stage. On one side a fantasy world - a concert evening with glamorous, sentimental rock bands named ‹Crystal Eternity›, ‹El Toro Rojo› and ‹Aquarium Lovers› – and on the other side reality, with which the fantasy world is in continuous conflict. We see people who are either thrown into reality or flee from the fantasy world. A continuous interaction, always with different underlying manipulative strategies. People in the room who are sometimes victims and sometimes perpetrators. Who is manipulating whom, and for what purpose? What is the goal? Success? Prestige? A manipulative struggle for attention results in which no one wins.

Choreography

Tabea Martin

Dance

Maria Demandt, Paula Alonso Gomez, Tamara Gvozdenovic, Kiyan Khoshoie, Carl Staaf, Donath Weyeneth

Music

Donath Weyeneth

Pink for Girls & Blue for Boys

Premiere

2.2.2016, Tanzhaus Zürich (CH)

Upcoming shows

29.11.-3.12.17, ADC Genève (CH)
11.-13.1.18 Maillon Théâtre de Strasbourg - Scène européenne (F)
3.2.2018 Rennweg 26, Biel (CH)
5.&6.2.2018 Zeughaus Kultur, Brig (CH)
4.-5.3.18 Mousonturm Frankfurt (DE)
1.-2.5.2018 Pathos München (DE)

Which role does gender play? How many gender stereotypes are attached to children from a startlingly young age? Where does the gender divide begin and when does it start to exclude? How much courage does it take to stand up for your own ideas and needs and to realise them irrespective of society’s idea of what is ‹right› or ‹wrong›? ‹Pink for Girls & Blue for Boys› is a dance performance that deals with the gender question – great for young and old alike.

Choreography

Tabea Martin

Dance

Maria de Dueñas Lopez, Pauline Briguet/Melanie Wirz, Miguel do Vale, Carl Staaf

Field

Premiere

9.4.2014 Festival Le Grand Bain, Lille (F))

Upcoming shows

to be announced

The more they are together, the more they feel alone. A performance about the tireless fight that something should happen in life. And the disillusionment that if something happens, then it’s not been the right thing. That the more you want to experience the less you experience. A performance that is trying to understand what drives people and how can we engage. A performance with three people who want to engage together. Who believe in the strength of being ‹together› and who finally fail in that wish or that attempt. It questions how we connect and communicate with others. It reflects on the impossibilities of these connections. Can one lose her or himself within the group? Can one give up on her or his individual thoughts? The performance shows a mechanism of tragedy and the inability to really meet one and another.


Choreography

Tabea Martin

Dance

Stéphanie Bayle, Luca Cacitti, Carl Staaf

Duet for two dancers

Premiere

11.9.2010 Gouvernestraat Rotterdam (NL)

Upcoming shows

to be announced

Lets say. ‹I Am A Dancer›. And now try to repeat that sentence for about an hour. See if content and thought changed. What is it? Why is it important? A frame. Does it make things clearer? Or more confusing? 

  

‹Duet For two Dancers takes a look at the anxiety of not living up to your own expectations, or those which your profession or society in general impose on you. A look at the fear of losing yourself. And at what remains when all skills disappear. The freedom to choose different professions and identities is often a reason for insecurity and doubt. The overload of choices creates a kind of stagnation. The inability to choose forces the body to rest. In that way ‹Duet For two Dancers poses questions about ‹being a dancer› as well as ‹not being a dancer›.

Choreography

Tabea Martin

Dance

Ryan Djojokarso, Christian Guerematchi 

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