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20.10. # 9pm
Probebühne


Miranda Glikson
studied dance in Australia. After she graduated in 1994 she had several engagements among others in New Zealand and Singapore, she works as a dancer at the Stadttheater Giessen since 2002.

Mirko Hecktor
studied classical ballet in Munich. After he graduated in 1995 he had several engagements, since 2003 he works as a free choreographer. He studies applied theatre studies in Giessen since 2004.

Stefan Hölscher
studies applied theatre studies in Giessen since 2001. He developed several projects in teamwork with his co-eds, among them dance, video, and audio projects.

Marc Jungreithmeier
studies applied theatre studies in Giessen since 2000. Parallel to own projects he worked as an technical assistant at different theatre productions of his fellow students and at the festivals Hessische Theatertage and diskurs.

Charlotte Könenkamp
studies applied theatre studies in Giessen since 2001. With her own projects she appeared on festivals in Germany and Switzerland.

Mélodie Lasselin
born in 1983 in France, graduated from dance in Cannes und Lausanne. She works as a dancer at the Stadttheater Giessen since 2002. She realised an own choreography at the Hessischen Theatertagen in 2004 and in 2005.

Hiroshi Wakamatsu
born in 1965 in Japan. After he graduated in Tokyo he had several engagements in Japan, Belgium and Berlin. He works as a dancer at the Stadttheater Giessen since 2003.

It is an impersonal movement, which is only secondarily and subsequently inscribed with personal, positive identities. # Slavoj Žižek

Video killed the radio star
Video killed the radio star
Pictures came and broke your heart
Put the blame on VCR
# The Buggles/Radiohead

Cubox 3:3 is a multi-monitor performance for three TVs, three cameras, three dancers.

Three dancers dance in front of one camera per dancer and the audience. Three TVs on top of each other double, fragment, and eliminate their image. Movement and presence conquer with the mediated images and narrations.

Cubox 3:3 is inspired by theory and pop and plays with the simultaneity of real and virtual bodies, space and floor, body and image. This simultaneity is presented to the spectator in a media stage; he has to get rid of conventional reception habits to find his way on this stage.

A cooperation in the context of Hessische Theaterakademie between Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft and Tanzcompagnie Giessen.