SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP
SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP is about togetherness, about a love for detail and about fun. In a humorous, gentle and very sensual dance, Lucy Wilke, who was born with spinal muscular atrophy and uses a wheelchair, and Paweł Duduś explore what one’s own and the other body is, and the way we perceive, hear and feel it, thereby questioning stereotypes as well as normative perceptions in society and culture. They illustrate how their friendship, shaped by poetry and sensuality, is a force that can push boundaries.
In direct interaction with Kim Twiddle’s live music, the intimate portrait of a poetic friendship in seven chapters is created between the mixing desk and a landscape of mattresses. SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP respects diversity, celebrates non-normativity and gives insight into an alternative way of living and being.
‘Together, we focus on embodiment – the embodiment of the atypical. We embody our memories, our dreams, and our wishes. We embody beauty. We are beautiful.’ – Lucy Wilke, Paweł Duduś and Kim Twiddle
is a singer, actress, dancer, author, and director. She writes screenplays, directs plays, and has directed several short films. Since autumn 2020, she has been a member of the Münchner Kammerspiele ensemble. In 2020, she won the ‘Der Faust’ theatre prize for best dance performance for SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP.
was born in Poland in 1989. They identify as queer-nonbinary-migrant-feminist-ally. Paweł has worked with David Bloom, David von Westphalen, Mor Shani, Martina Rösler, Alessandro Sciarroni, Alexander Gottfarb and Laura Eva Meuris. Pawel’s work engages with the connection between sexual expression and identity, searching for ways to break free from limiting habits.
interlaces different forms of expression, materials, and techniques on stages and in virtual spaces, connecting theatre, music, performance, live acts and DJ*ing. Kim prefers to work with artists and ensembles in interdisciplinary projects and has composed and performed stage music for many artists and companies.
Idea, concept Lucy Wilke, Paweł Duduś Performance Lucy Wilke, Paweł Duduś, Kim Ramona Ranalter E-composition, live music Kim Ramona Ranalter Stage design Theresa Scheitzenhammer, Alexander Wilke Light design Barbara Westernach Technical direction Iris Rohr Outside eye Tamara Pietsch, David Bloom Artistic production management Rat & Tat Kulturbüro Tour management Kira Koplin. Sponsored by the Cultural Department of the City of Munich. This project is made possible by the Bavarian State Association for Contemporary Dance (BLZT) with funds from the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and the Arts, the district of Upper Bavaria and the Cultural Foundation of the Stadtsparkasse München. This production is supported by Tanztendenz München e.V.
In German and English
Surtitles in German and English will be available.