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Productions

2018

SODA 2 Final Works: Da Dad Dada

SODA 2 Final Works Da Dad Dada  by Saori Hala Performance dates 15th & 16th December 2017 at Uferstudios, Berlin

2016

ME(et) YOU

ME(et) YOU If strangers meet life begins- not poor not rich (only aware) kind neither nor cruel (only complete) i not not you not possible; only truthful -truthfully, once if strangers(who deep our most are selves)touch: forever (and so to dark) (‘If strangers meet’ by E.E.Cummings) An intimate space, a crossroad, the moment when two people meet. ME(et) YOU is an exploration of movement, music and visual projection that takes the audience on a journey to experience the inevitable moment […]

2013

Iż-Żifna tal-Poeta (2013, 2014, 2015)

Rużar Briffa, known as the poet of simplicity and beauty, is an influential Maltese poet and a major figure in Maltese literature. His works should be cherished and celebrated through a whole new perspective which has never been done before. This performance revolves around Rużar Briffa and his poems in relation to dance, movement and music. His poems inspire three dancers and one musician to explore how his writings could be expressed and translated through these various artistic mediums. This […]

2013

Zwischenräume, Gauge Dance Theatre Company

Wie lange kann ich noch funktionieren, meinen Atem anhalten, innehalten, festhalten? Ich möchte zwischen den Zeilen lesen, dort verweilen, in diesem, meinem Raum im Raum, der weder oben noch unten, noch rechts und links definiert, in dem sich Sprache und die einzelnen Worte verlieren und mich nicht festnageln an dieser Wand der Konvention; dieser Raum, den ich nicht kenne, aber nach dem ich mich sehne. Atmen, Spüren. Meine Menschlichkeit. Meinen Herzschlag. Meine Natur. Raus aus der Enge der Worte und […]

2012

‘Dancing the crisis’ Film documentary

‘Dancing the Crisis’ by Caroline Schaper and You-Kyung Byun Choreography and Performance: Sarah Vella Camera: Vincent von Tiedemann Editor: Caroline Schaper Music: Skyence “INSCT”

2011

‘At Odds’ Performed at the Bonnie Bird Theatre, Laban, London

Competition versus collaboration. An exploration of the conflicting human urges to either compete or collaborate when things get tough. Choreographer: Lara Jakes Performers: Annie Ellis, Dorota Popinska, Sarah Vella Sound: Breath Shapes, David Toop Costume: Deborah Rogers Lighting: Ashley Bolitho Photo credit: Kyle Stevenson

2011

Xandru u x-Xixa, Teatru Zazz Malta (youth dance theatre)

‘Xandru u x-Xixa‘ is a mixed medium project presented in Ostuni (Italy) and Malta, by Teatru Zazz Malta involving, theatre, video projections/film, dance, artistic gymnastics. The storyline was inspired by a news item reporting a tragedy at sea but was given an artistic interpretation to turn this into a modern legend with a positive twist at the end. The production is a multimedia project full of dynamic movements and projections as well as Maltese sounds and music which evoke the liveliness of […]

2011

Rhythms of Vision, Redtape Dance Company

‘Rhythms of Vision’ is an interdisciplinary performance combining contemporary dance and live music to a backdrop of photographic projections. The performance is divided into four sections each portraying a specific texture from the Maltese landscape. Rubble walls, Sea, Bark and Sunsets. Each texture is represented in dance, music and projected images exhibiting a vibrant gallery of photos for each theme. ‘Rhythms of Vision’ also presents a contemporary rendering of Malta’s environmental heritage. The photo exhibition portrays artistic shots of rubble […]

2010

Unexpected Encounters, Redtape Dance Company

‘Unexpected Encounters’, a mixed bill, which captures excerpts from different Modern/Post-Modern repertoire by famous dance choreographers such as Jiri Kylian and works by local and foreign upcoming choreographers. Artistic direction/choreographers: Maria Cassar and Christina Cauchi Visual Art/Installations: Patrick Mifsud Performers: Pamela Borg, Francesca Cassar, Maria Cassar, Caroline Ciantar Barbara, Christina Cauchi, Jo Leahy, Jade Schembri, Sarah Vella