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PREMIERE ’19: ‘What Do I Cry For’ and ‘It Is Still Impossible To Exist At Two Places At Once’

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This year PREMIERE, a platform meant for up and coming choreographers, introduces the debut productions by Sanghoon Lee and Grėtė Šmitaitė. PREMIERE is an international programme that offers professional platform to choreographers for their first full-length dance performance.

Grėtė Šmitaitė ‘What Do I Cry For?’

a heart stays open and one sometimes wants more than enough

a load and a burst
a load and a burst
a load and a burst and a something

Maker, performer: Grėtė Šmitaitė
Adviser: Karl Saks
Stylist: Alissa Šnaider
Light designer: Oliver Kulpsoo
Coach for health maintenance: Raminta Lygutienė
Production: Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava
Duration: 40 min

Sanghoon Lee ‘It Is Still Impossible…’

‘It is Still Impossible to Exist at Two Places at Once’ experiments to be aware of the gap in between two opposites; right and left, inside and outside, action and reaction, or 0 and 1 in mathematical binary system. Body does not stay on the one side of concept. It exists by the feelings of shaking, judgment about what is right and wrong, identity in society and identity as oneself.

Author-director: Sanghoon Lee
Performers: Sanghoon Lee, Karolin Poska
Mentor: Tiina Mölder
Dramaturg: Iivi Meltaus
Light designer: Oliver Kulpsoo
Production: Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava
Duration: 30 min

Supported by: Kultuurkapital, Hasartmängumaksu Nõukogu, Pardimäe Lokaal, Lithuanian Council for Culture, Korean Art Council, Nordic Culture Fund, Tartu City.
Premiere: 8.2.2019 at Tallinn Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava

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