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by Theater Hora

Individualism in privileged Western society, heightened by egoism, is at the centre of this piece. Kings and Queens wander about, turning endlessly around each other. Monologues become poetry and provoke the question as to whether separation can lead to the emergence of novel communities or kingdoms.

Fabriktheater Rote FabrikZurich, Switzerland

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NEXT Arts Festival

The festival takes place in the French-Belgian Eurometropolis of Lille-Kortrijk-Tournai and offers a fine selection of international contemporary theatre and dance. Featured this year are exciting Swiss productions by Laetitia Dosch, Martin Schick, Denise Wintsch and Christophe Meierhans.

NEXT Arts FestivalKortrijk, Belgium

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DANSONgS – Refuge

by Neopost Foofwa

Consider the body first and foremost as a sound-producing tool, movement as musicality and these DANSONgS as protest songs. Hope through rhythm. Songs and a film: Refuge.

ADC-GenèveGeneva, Switzerland

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by PENG! Palast

PENG! Palast questions the duty of working and its positive image, examines deeply the ideas of unemployment, laziness and idleness and looks towards Greece to find meaning in life without (paid) work.

Schlachthaus Theater BernBern,

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Funérailles d’hiver

by Cie du Passage

What happens when a family wedding and funeral are about to take place? Simultaneously. When the celebration of a life-long commitment must be delayed by an unforeseen event: the death of a loved one.

Théâtre du PassageNeuchâtel, Switzerland

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Chakra Gang Bang

by Gregory Stauffer

A durational performative installation created to occupy the seven nuclear shelters of Arsenic theatre. It stages seven contemporary situations imagined according to the ancestral system of the seven chakras, specific energy centres situated along the spine.

ArsenicLausanne, Switzerland