Due to CoVid-19, all performances of IMPACT have been cancelled.
Not sharing this work with you saddens us, and since we all have plenty of time at home, we decided to share with you the filming of the performance that we managed to make right before we were forced to stop working.
Only on the opening nights of each city we were scheduled to perform – you can find a link to the performance through the websites of the theaters.
Here is the schedule:
Wednesday, March 25th @ 20:00 (CET)
Link through: THEATER RAMPE STUTTGART
Wednesday, April 1st @ 20:00 (CET)
Link through: KARLSTORBAHNHOF HEIDELBERG
Friday, April 3rd @ 20:00 (CET)Link through: EINTANZHAUS MANNHEIM
How does this work?
The film will be available to watch only for 2 hours from 20:00 – 22:00. Simply go to the website of each of the theaters on the scheduled date and time. On that website will appear a link to the online film. Enjoy the show!
We wish you all the best in these troubling times and we hope to see you all at a live event soon enough. Stay healthy!
As the first part of a Trilogy Series, choreographer Edan Gorlicki and his team shed light on how our society deals with traumatic events. The first piece IMPACT dives into the epicentre of an unexpected/unwanted catastrophe. Using contemporary dance, the work explores how disasters have a social and personal impact on the body and psyche. Without recounting a specific event, IMPACT explores what is shock, how it changes the experience of time, and how people experience it together.
Concept & Choreography: Edan Gorlicki
Performed by and created in cooperation with: Lorenzo Ponteprimo, TingAn Ying, Alfonso Fernandez Sanchez, Amy Josh, Charlotte Petersen
Choreographic Assistance: Evandro Pedroni
Music: Harrison McClary
Lighting Design: Ingo Jooß
Costumes: Evandro Pedroni
Set design: Edan Gorlicki
Dramaturgy, Press & curation Building-Actions program: Eva-Maria Steinel
Production Management: Janin Friese
Graphic Design: Götz Gramlich / GGGrafik
IMPACT is Funded by the Landesverband Freie Tanz- und Theaterschaffende Baden-Württemberg e.V. with funds from the Ministry of Science, Research and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, the Cultural Office of the City of Heidelberg and TOR 4 – BASF FÖRDERT KUNST. Sponsored by EPPLE immobilien.
Cooperation partners: Eintanzhaus Mannheim, SRH University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg, Faculty of Therapeutic Sciences – Dance/Music Therapy and Shared-Reading Heidelberg.
Photos from rehearsals by Holger Reuker