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Festival Steps

The largest international dance biennial in Switzerland, presenting companies from around the world on tour throughout the country. Featured this year are: Cie Greffe/Cindy van Acker, Nederlands Dans Theater, Kidd Pivot, Gautier Dance, Stopgap Dance Company and others.

Festival StepsZürich, Switzerland

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Speechless voices

by Cie Greffe

Taking almost cinematic images as her starting point and renewing them with the minimal music of Mika Vainio, the Genevan choreographer Cindy Van Acker deploys her science of abstraction in a group piece where the relations to oneself and to others are recreated through trance, rhythm and movement.

Théâtre de VidyLausanne, Switzerland

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Eins Zwei Drei

by Martin Zimmermann

Martin Zimmermann’s new show is an acrobatic, absurd and frantic tragicomedy, in which the contemporary version of a clown trio takes centre stage. Set in an ultra-modern museum, we meet the white-faced clown with his dignified airs, the impudent Auguste, and the prankster who disrupts everything.

Théâtre de VidyLausanne, Switzerland

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Grüezi Züri!

Théâtre de Vidy takes a brave leap over the Swiss language border, the «Röstigraben», and welcomes various productions from Zurich-based companies in Lausanne. «Grüezi Züri!» will feature Phil Hayes, Jessica Huber, Martin Zimmermann, Arnold/Komarov/Schröder and other artists.

Théâtre de VidyLausanne, Switzerland

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by Think Tank Theatre

A correspondence on social media between a woman and a young man who is fighting cancer. From these exchanges, the artists form a show dedicated to a projection room. A journey to the limits of documentary, fiction and poetry, which makes one feel the urgency of relating to the other.

Saint-Gervais le ThéâtreGeneva, Switzerland

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Faust – the Ballet

by Ballett Zürich

A world premiere for Ballett Zürich: The choreographer and artistic director of Slovenian National Ballet, Edward Clug, stages Goethe’s version of the Faust story as a full-length narrative ballet to a new score by Milko Lazar, one of Slovenia’s most renowned composers.

Opernhaus ZürichZürich, Switzerland