What makes us human? is the next project we are preparing. We are now completing the research phase and already merged in the rehearsal phase. It will be performed the 3, 4 and 5th November in Stadthaus, Ulm.
This installation performance takes the public on a journey that dives into the perspective of identity; how we see ourselves and one another, how we want to see ourselves in the future…. Essentially, what makes us all human or inhumane? Through presence, physicality and consciousness we attempt to shake and question the viewer; to prompt the participant to consider their choices in life, the impact their decisions may have on others or how it will influence their environment.
This installation will be multidisciplinary, where visuals, dancers, actors and an original a soundtrack will take the most active part. The public will be asked to interact with performers, public and the installation itself.
- Pablo Sansalvador (choreographer)
- Cecilia Espejo (producer and dramaturg)
- Richard Oberscheven, Insinna Giulia (dancers, performing life)
- Daniel Perin and Damien Nazabal (dancers, part of the projections)
- Anne Schumacher and Eva Llorente Diaz playing for us in a projection and life.
- Dan Glazer (actor)
- Andreas Usenbenz (sound designer)
- Guido Stuch (visuals) and Andreas Hauslaib (projection designer).
Freie Waldorfschule Ulm Römerstraße will collaborate with us through the Moving KIDS project, founded by crowdfunding. 32 children from this school will take part on this experience directed by Pablo Sansalvador, Cecilia Espejo and Daniela Molina Garfias (Moving kids co-producer)
We are proud to have our ‘What makes us human?’ performance funded by Stadt Ulm Ulm – Deine Stadt .
Tickets already available in Reservix and SWU Stadtwerke Ulm/Neu-Ulm GmbH ticket shops.
Buy your tickets soon. Only 80 people in each session allowed.