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DDD 2024 at TMP

Jeremy Nedd

from rock to rock... aka how magnolia was taken for granite

April

2024

national premiere

Fri
26
Sat
27

Sinopse

Inspired by a rapper's copyright lawsuit against a video game company, Basel-based choreographer Jeremy Nedd's latest work explores a dance move known as the Milly Rock. Five performers examine the Milly Rock, a dance move inspired by the rapper 2 Milly. In doing so, they search for the hidden poetry and virtuosic freedom found in social and viral dance moves. Taking a look into the "algorhythm" of marginalized movement languages, one asks: can a dance move belong to anyone? And, when yes, who actually profits from it? — Jeremy Nedd

belongingness

virality

marginalization

© Philip Frowein

© Philip Frowein

© Philip Frowein

© Philip Frowein

© Philip Frowein

Info sobre horário e bilhetes

Fri

26.04

21:30

Sat

27.04

21:30

Campo AlegreAuditorium

tickets

Aditional info

  • Price 
    12€
  • Duration 
    1h20

  • Age rating 
    6+
  • Informação adicional 
    Text in English

Acessibilidades do espetáculo

Accessible to wheelchair users
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Author's bio text

Jeremy Nedd is a Brooklyn, New York, born choreographer and performer who is based in Basel, Switzerland. Nedd has had engagements at the Semperoper Dresden (2010-2012) and Ballett Basel (2012-2016). As a guest performer he is associated with Schauspielhaus Zürich, where he has worked with Trajal Harrell since 2019. Nedd has realized and presented his previous productions at Kaserne Basel, ROXY Birsfelden, Arsenic - Centre d'art scénique contemporain, Palais de Tokyo (Paris) and Münchner Kammerspiele, among others.  

Ficha Técnica

  • Concept, choreography and performance
    Jeremy Nedd

    Performance
    Brandy Butler, Nasheeka Nedsreal, Zen Jefferson, Serge Desroches

    Technical management and lighting design
    Sebastian Sommer

    Stage design
    Laura Knüsel, Jeremy Nedd

    Sound design
    Fabrizio Di Salvo, Rej Deproc, Xzavier Stone

    Dramaturgy
    Anta Helena Recke

  • Choreographic assistant
    Kihako Narisawa

    Production
    Caroline Froelich (Moin Moin Productions)

    Co-produced by
    DDD - Festival Dias da Dança, Kaserne Basel, deSingel Antwerp, Gessnerallee Zürich, Les Halles de Schaerbeek

    Supported by
    Fachausschuss Tanz & Theater BS/BL, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Jacqueline Spengler Stiftung  

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