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Viva la Vida. Until death do us apart

"Viva la Vida. Until death do us apart" is a concert-dance performance which is aiming to strengthen one’s agency and resist everyday’s oppressing circumstances by using continuous movement, dance and expression.

A boy and a girl, who dance on a suburb’s concrete pavement and slum’s dusty clay surface.
A man and a woman, who leap across a stage in their ballet shoes.
Him and her competing on television for a prize money and acknowledgment…
and them going at it in the club, heartbeats synchronized through music.
You, who dance alone in your underwear, hidden by bedroom solitude.
They all know, and if not, then at least hope for dance to save them.
Temporarily or forever.

Choreographer-director: Joanna Kalm
Choreographers-performers: Madli Paves and Joonas Tagel
Sound designers-performers: Liina Saar and Florian Wahl
Scenographer: Arthur Arula
Light designer: Emil Kallas
Research: Madli Teller
Duration: 2h+
Production: STL (Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava)
Premiere 30th November 2017 at STL