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Artistic Direction, Choreography: Ceren Oran
Dance And Choreography: Jin Lee, Jihun Choi, Máté Ásboth  
Music:
Gudrun Raber - Plaichinger
Stage & Costume: Sigrid Wurzinger
Dramaturgy: Anna Stegherr, Roni Sagi
Light Design: Joannnis Murböck
Creative Producer: Karolina Hejnova
Production Management: Michael Hennig
Pr: Simone Lutz
Premiere: 29.9.2023, Hoch X Theater München

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Spiel IM SPIEL

A dance piece for all aged 3 and above

 

 

When we play, anything is possible: the floor is made of lava, objects fly through the air and everyday items take on a whole new meaning. The stool is a raft, a bridge, a house, a tower. It stands on its head, lies on its side, stands on its feet... From an almost infinite selection of possibilities, new worlds with their own sets of rules emerge playfully, and they are repeatedly changed, expanded, discarded.

But how does one game lead to the next? Who decides what happens next?
Who makes the rules and how do you make the best decision?
And what happens if someone doesn't want to take part?


Three dancers get involved in the " game into game" to explore different rules, spaces, choices of each other’s world of games. They tear down one in order to build and explore another one. "Game into Game" is a virtuous, playful, humorous and touching dance piece for not only children but also their families at the same time.



 

A co-production of Ceren Oran & Moving Borders with COMEDIA Theatre Cologne and HochX Theatre and Live Art Munich. Kindly supported by the Cultural Department of the City of Munich and the Bavarian State Association for Contemporary Dance (BLZT) with funds from the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and the Arts. Thanks to Fokus Tanz and Tanzbüro München. Ceren Oran is a member of Tanztendenz München e.V.

PR
ESS:
“In Ceren Oran’s Spiel im Spiel there are numerous highlights. _The result is worthy of a gala and is an absolutely brilliant piece suitable for all ages.”  – Vesna Mlakar, Abendzeitung

"(...) It is impressive how few, so to speak 'reduced' resources Oran uses to create a dance theater piece; one that is like a single magic box and that equally delights, amazes and, despite its brevity, entertains throughout the entire evening. The Three dancers and co-choreographers (Jin Lee, Jihun Choi and Máte Asbóth) act as a perfectly coordinated, dynamic, lively trio full of lightness, dramatic presence and the highest level of professionalism. The miniature ensemble effortlessly creates its own colorful world full of variability and endless possibilities - a world that must be understood as the best of all possible worlds because it stands for limitless range of motion, for unbridled imagination and creativity. (...) – Anna Beke Tanznetz


 

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