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These are the New Adventures 2019/20

Courtney May Robertson, Milou van Duijnhoven, Thais Di Marco & Paula Chaves, Charlie Trier, Sherise Strang, Elisa Zuppini have been selected for New Adventures 2019 - 2020. 

Public presentations at Dansmakers Amsterdam (subject to change): 
18 & 19 December 2019, 20:30 - With work by Milou van Duijnhoven, Courtney May Robertson
2 & 3 April 2020, 20:30 - With work by Elisa Zuppini, Sherise Strang - i.c.w. ICK Amsterdam
8 & 9 May 2020, 20:30 - With work by Thais Di Marco & Paula Chaves, Charlie Trier

In this series, several research projects are selected each year for an intensive residency programme. For four weeks, the theatre and studio will be used by these makers as a laboratory for innovation in dance, often across multiple disciplines. The result is shared with the audience. Between December 2019 and May 2020 they each work for four weeks in the studios of Dansmakers Amsterdam. In this series, several research projects are selected each year for an intensive residency programme. For four weeks, the theatre and studio will be used by these makers as a laboratory for innovation in dance, often across multiple disciplines. The result is shared with the audience. Between December 2019 and May 2020 they each work for four weeks in the studios of Dansmakers Amsterdam. Two of the six projects are organized in collaboration between Dansmakers and ICK Amsterdam. This season they are Sherise Strang and Elisa Zuppini.
 
 
 
Image: New Adventures 2018/19 ©Thomas Lenden & Alwin Poiana
 
 
Following an Open Call, Danmakers Amsterdam and ICK received fifty applications from which six research projects by choreographers and collectives were selected. During a compact residency period of four weeks between November 2019 and April 2020, the makers will be able to do research into new work, further research and deepen their ideas, and they will be given room for experimentation and reflection. This will take place under artistic and production supervision. The period ends with public performances, in which the makers connect with the audience and give context to the work.
 
 
In order to stimulate artistic exchange between artists during the residency, two residences will run parallel to each other. Artists are encouraged to collaborate and exchange ideas and experiences during their process.
 
 
 
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