(Video: Barak Marshall’s Monger)
Just like the dancers, the audience is moving around a lot today at International Exposure.
Our day kicks off at 11:00 a.m. in a high energy fashion with Rami Be’er’s 60 Hz, performed by the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in the Suzanne Dellal Hall. Afterwards, we’ll walk across the plaza to the Inbal Dance Theater for Sahar Azimi’s Torus. Then we move to the complex’s third theater, the Yerushalmi Hall, for the Other Dance Project: Yuval Shalem’s If Not a Flag, Then a Sandwich, Lazaro Godoy’s Jugo de Limon, Gyula Csakvari’s Amarili, and Eyal Munteanu’s Limits.
For our next move, we’ll head over to the reception tent for a traditional Kabbalat Shabbat, the welcoming of the Sabbath. After this brief break, we’re on the go again. Our next stop is Kibbutz Yakum for a performance by the Israel Ballet; the company will be performing Xta and Ni-Na by artistic director Berta Yampolsky.
Back in Tel Aviv, we’ll walk through Neve Tsedek to the Tavi Dresner Gallery for Solo Colores by Arkadi Zaides. And finally, we’ll end up right back where we started: the Suzanne Dellal Center’s main hall. Barak Marshall’s Monger, which premiered at this year’s Tel Aviv Dance festival, will complete our busy day.
See below for more video and links.
Here’s another clip of what we’ll see today:
(Video: Eyal Munteanu’s Limits)
Related Articles on Dance In Israel
- “Tel Aviv Dance 2008” (re: Barak Marshall)
- “The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company: Travel Journal”
- “Sahar Azimi Speaks about Choreography and Contemporary Dance (Podcast)”
- “Dancing Differently: New Works by Lazaro Godoy and Dana Ruttenberg”
Links to Choreographers and Companies
- Sahar Azimi
- Gyula Csakvari
- Lazaro Godoy
- Israel Ballet (Berta Yampolsky)
- Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company (Rami Be’er)
- Barak Marshall
- Eyal Munteanu
- Yuval Shaham
- Arkadi Zaides