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Shows 2021/22

WURZALA

by Luana Madikera

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

Two superheroes travel through the galaxy and explore colourful fantasy worlds full of objects, colours and sounds. more

I cannot avoid

by Janne Gregor

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

A participative piece with Krump dancers more

OZ – The magic in us

by Joy Alpuerto Ritter

Age 10 and over / Year 5 and above

Four dancers and a special shoe start their journey, deal with fear, experience exclusion, question hierarchies that seemed self-evident and lose themselves. Can one find oneself in times of crisis? more

I need a hero

by Camilla Pölzer

Age 7 and over / Year 2 and above

Don't we all want to be a hero? Strong, extraordinary, able to do anything and perhaps even achieve something very special? But isn't that a blatant pressure to perform? more

Shut up and dance

by Christoph Winkler

Age 8 and over / Year 3 and above

How do I dance a joke? What can the body express, but not the language? Shut up and dance! more

We Transfer #1

by Florian Bilbao & team

Age 12 and over

A journey through dance history: from the first folk dances to ballet to the hip-hop of the 2000s. more

Fringe Programme

Percieving dance

by Offensive Tanz

from 6 years

The audience is invited to tune their bodies and senses to the performance. The focus is on the question: What actually is "resonance"? more

RE:TERNAL

by TanzZeit Campus Company

Age 12 and over / Year 7 and above

What if you had to choose a single moment in life to relive over and over again? more

Club Oval – Crossover Dance Battle

by TanzZeit e.V.

from 8 years

The junior version of Berlin’s most famous crossover dance battle! more

Archive

Dancing Peace – workshop week

by Amelie Mallmann and Olena Polianska

Age 11 and over

For an entire week, we will explore the theme of peace through some of Pablo Picasso's paintings and put them into motion. more

Fabulous / Erden

by Tanzkomplizen, HZT Berlin and Offensive Tanz

age 9 and over / year 4 and above

Two contemporary dance pieces full of magic and hope, curiosity and transformation. more

Junges Blut 2023

by Tanzkomplizen, HZT Berlin and Offensive Tanz

Together with students and emerging dancers, we explore questions around choreographing for young audiences and show two pieces by graduates of the maC course at the HZT. more

SUPER WE, SUPER ME

by Tasha Hess-Neustadt und Eevi Kinnunen

Age 5 and over / Year 1 and above

Two superheroes travel through the galaxy and explore colourful fantasy worlds full of objects, colours and sounds. more

Dance Machines

by Regina Rossi

Age 11 and over / Year 5 and above

A multimedia performance, in which the analogue and virtual worlds exchange and collaborate. Using tools such as VR glasses and headphones, participants can experience what the dance lessons of the future might look like. more

W.A.M. We Are Monchichi

by Cie Wang Ramirez

Age 8 and over / Year 3 and above

World-renowned artist duo Wang Ramirez combines classical ballet, hip-hop and martial arts to create a sensitive and colorful piece about prejudice and diversity. more

Kleine große Sprünge

by Jasmin İhraç

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

Four dancers and a musician dare to do something different. They embark on a bold quest through different worlds, where they must face challenges and overcome obstacles. more

Kalaschnikow – mon amour

by Dschungel Wien

Age 14 and over / Year 8 and above

Why does a teenager tattoo a gun on his forearm? A dance piece by and with refugees about dreams and traumas, healing and injury, anger and forgiveness. more

WE transfer #2

by TanzZeit Jugendcompany

Age 12 and over

How does Berlin dance? The TanzZeit Jugendcompany embarks on a journey through different dance worlds. From boogaloo to belly dance, from hiphop to tango to krump. more

Von Anfang an

by Felix Marchand

Age 5 and over / Year 1 and above

One mishap follows the next, but behind all the mistakes, two dancers discover all kinds of surprises that make the chaos appear in a new light. more

Schön anders

by Ceren Oran

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

A dance piece about the search for identity and feeling of belonging. more

Family portrait 1: ORBIT

by Laurie Young, Grayson und Milo Millwood

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

Through dance, a mother, father and son provide an insight into their everyday family life in lockdown. more

Family portrait 2: Fenster zum Hof

by Elisa Zucchetti, Gemma und Oscar Fiedler

Age 8 and over / Year 3 and above

A dancer and her children tell the tale of their day-to-day life during the pandemic through dance. more

Family portrait 3: Abstandsregler

by Hanna and Lotta Hegenscheidt

Age 10 and over / Year 5

Between a mother and a daughter, everything is in a constant state of flux. But what is it that determines how much closeness and distance each person needs? more

Family portrait 4: Blicke

by Janne and Coco Ramatou Gregor

Age 5 and over / Preschool

A mother and daughter see just how close you can really get when you dance together. more

In der Dunkelwelt

by Joachim Schloemer

Age 9 and over / Year 4 and above

What makes us angry? Why do we argue? And where do all these feelings come from? This is a piece about overcoming fear and daring to take on the risks and new experiences that make children strong. more

Wann fängt die Zukunft an?

by Nora Amin and team

Age 5 and over / Year 1 and above

This music and dance show tells the story of the children’s book Wüstenfreunde (‘Desert Friends’) by Bettina Obrecht, with a score featuring Egyptian folk songs and European Baroque music. more

Schau mich an!

by Joachim Schloemer

Age 9 and over / Year 4 and above

Everyone wants to get likes, have their posts shared and enjoy the limelight. But when the light goes out and you're no longer the centre of attention, who are you, exactly? more

Zusammen Bauen

by Gabi dan Droste and Martin Nachbar

Age 9 and over / Year 4 and above

How can we work together across generations! And what often holds us back from doing so? more

We are the monsters

by Colette Sadler

Age 5 and over / Preschool / Year 1 and above

A tower of tracksuit tops with legs, a golden creature with a button and a running fleece: meet the Monster Family! more

Schwerkraft leicht gemacht

by Hermann Heisig and Nuno Lucas

Age 9 and over / Year 4 and above

How can a human fly? Simply by stretching out his arms and ascending into the air. That would work ... wouldn’t it? more

Wenn der Körper spricht

by Hanna Hegenscheidt

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

In this piece choreographed by Hanna Hegenscheidt, a dancer interacts with a girl on the screen. more

Collaboration

by The Farm (Grayson Millwood and Gavin Webber)

Age 13 and over / Year 7 and above

How does collaboration work? How does it even come about? more

Normen, Normen, Normen!

by Niels „Storm“ Robitzky

Age 12 and over / Year 6 and above

Hip hop at its best: four dancers and a surprise guest perform an amusing take on standards and rules. more

Alles kaputt, oder?

by Felix Marchand

Age 11 and over / Year 5 and above

A cross between a dance piece and an audio walk. Wearing headphones, the audience is plunged into a world of sound. more

Sei Wasser, mein Freund

by Ira Demina

Age 6 and over / Year 1 and above

Imagine if a human body had three different states and was constantly changing from one to another. more

Cowboy

by Michael Smith (The Farm)

Age 9 and over / Year 4 and above

COWBOY tells a tale of transformation. The Australian dancer Michael Smith explores the changes he undergoes when he starts behaving like a traditional cowboy. more