For Rakete there are day tickets available including entry to all events on the respective day.
In case of sold-out performances, remaining tickets are available at the evening box office.
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In a bent world a lonely cowgirl finds her unexpected expression in rage, loneliness and self-destruction. REMEMBRANE investigates how movement and words can become accelerated tools for blurring the lines between existence and the imagination and what that means in the context of the theater. It is a multi-layered body glitch enquiring what it means to be one entity while being many and the complexity of shifting between combat and serenity, identity and the search for one, brokenness and a whole.
The piece emerged from an interest in trying to objectify my own body while questioning objectification and ownership of the fe-male body. How can I reclaim my body and still understand it as something that I am not entitled to own or have full control over.
is a choreographer, performer and vocalist born in Denmark, 1990. She recently finished her studies at SNDO, School for New Dance Development (2013–2017) in Amsterdam where she is also currently based. Her work is widely dedicated to wildness and serenity. Through this dedication she contributes to softly smash the patriarchy.
Amongst other places her work has been shown at ITS Festival, Frascati Theater, Veem House for Performance (all Amsterdam), Ufer Studios (Berlin), Spider Festival (Slovenia), Café Muller (Buenos Aires), Kulturhuset (Copenhagen). She studied Contemporary Dance at CCDS and DanseTeater (both Copenhagen), furthermore she has a background in Contemporary Dance, Oriental Dance and Music.
“Wildness, because I refuse to be reduced to only one image, on and off stage. Serenity, doesn’t come easy but when it’s there it allows me to look at that image with gentle eyes and work through it, with it, against it”.