What does a willow stick sound like? How does it feel in the hand? How do the big sticks differ from the small ones? The brown ones from the green ones? The old ones from the young ones? And how do they become a puppet, a whale's belly or forest, like a monster or a whip? Harvest is about mindfulness. About how to work with nature, harness it, and respect it in the process. With poetry and lightness, the ensemble explores the relationship between man and nature - but also the sound cosmos of the willows that create the rhythm for the harvest and the dance.
Isabelle Schad studied classical dance in Stuttgart and danced for many choreographers. Her works are located at the interface between dance, performance and visual arts and have been shown at ImPulsTanz Vienna, Tanz im August, International Arts Festival Beijing, Biennale Tanz Venice, among others. As part of Deutscher Tanzpreis 2019, she rec
After all performances, several follow-up conversations take place immediately afterwards, lasting a maximum of 90 minutes. The allocation to the talks takes place on site. There are always also spatially accessible offers. Information about the presenters can be found here.
Dance / Co-Choreography: Jan Lorys, Aya Toraiwa, Manuel Lindner
Director / Choreography / Stage: Isabelle Schad
Music / Live Sound: Damir Simunovic
Lighting / Artistic Assistance: Emma Juliard, Arnaud Lesage
Dramaturgical advice youngest audience: Dagmar Domrös
Harvest of the willows: Volker Hüdepohl
Organizational Assistance: Heiko Schramm
A commissioned work by Theater o.N., produced by Offensive Tanz für junges Publikum Berlin, supported by TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund and Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe (co-financing fund). In cooperation with Wiesen55 e.V.