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Performer: Sasha Waltz & Guests

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BerlinTannhäuser

Wagner: Tannhäuser
Thomas Guggeis; Sasha Waltz; Staatsoper Berlin; Pia Maier-Schriever; Bernd Skodzig; Rachel Willis-Sørensen; Marina Prudenskaya

BerlinL'Orfeo

Monteverdi: L'Orfeo (Orpheus), SV318
Jonathan Cohen; Sasha Waltz; Staatsoper Berlin; Alexander Schwarz; Beate Borrmann; Georg Nigl; Anna Lucia Richter

BerlinTannhäuser

Wagner: Tannhäuser
Thomas Guggeis; Sasha Waltz; Staatsoper Berlin; Pia Maier-Schriever; Bernd Skodzig; Lise Davidsen; Marina Prudenskaya
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Sasha Waltz and Guests' Rauschen premieres at the Volksbühne

Sasha Waltz & Guests in Rauschen © Julian Roeder

Only a couple of months after the reprise of Körper and Kreatur, Rauschen, Sasha Waltz' & Guests' new marathon of images, talks of robots, confessions of violence and archaic tribes.

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Sasha Waltz’s Kreatur at the Radialsystem

After a long break from creations solely for dance, Sasha Waltz’s Kreatur is a step into a new aesthetic direction presenting the body as a living unit of microcells and anatomical fragments at the Radialsystem
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No body left behind: Sasha Waltz & Guest and Hans Peter Kuhn Körper

Körper © Berndt Uhlig
A mesmerising catalogue of the body’s uses and abuses in our society, Sasha Waltz & Guest presents Körper an old-time favourite at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele.
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Celebrating 25 years of creative vortex

Sasha Waltz and Guests in Dialogue Wirbel © Eva Raduenzel
Anniversaries are best celebrated with friends: Sasha Waltz & Guests’ “dialogue – wirbel: improvisationen” is a magical celebration of 25 years of Waltz’ unique universe at the Radialsystem in Berlin
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Körper, an architectural dance

Sasha Waltz's Korper © Bernd Uhlig
Not for anyone seeking an evening of entertaining dance theatre – dance is seldom used but when it comes, it is to great effect – but it is certainly a challenging treatise on our perceptions of body (and also gender) norms
***11
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