Language No Problem performances

Language No Problem performances

In 2019 Café Theater Festival Utrecht has selected 13 ‘language no problem’ performances suitable for non-Dutch speakers as well. Click on the performance title to read more.

Coffee Complex by Throw Flow: Wake up! Coffee Complex is a poetic circus theatre performance for coffee loving nosy parkers, full of flying saucers and balancing

NOMAD by Mayke van Veldhuizen & Federico Calcagno: A sensitive and energetic dialogue between a clarinet player and a dancer in which klezmer, jazzy improvisations and modern dance are combined.

WILD by UITWAS: Beware: wild game! In WILD you find yourself in the middle of a colorful jungle full of movement and live music. Join the adventure. The performers won’t bite.

The Limited Encounters #2 by Maele & Madeira: Restrictions are not about rules but about choices made. Maele & Madeira use dance and circus to explore the borders between limitations and possibilities.

Internal Jogging by KNOT Kollektiv: KNOT Kollektiv brings us a playful interactive dance performance with elements of circus and live music. The common goal? To laugh together, to forget loneliness and to create unity.

WE by Nishant Bhola | World of Dance: We human beings are always looking for perfection. Nishant Bhola presents the (im)perfect picture. How far have we gotten away from reality?

URA – Hidden in plain sight by Anna Zurkirchen: A dancer hanging from her hair, searching within the borders of her own private glasshouse. A surreal manifest of the private.

TRANS/CE by Bart Merks & Merel Franx: Say goodbye to the need to give meaning to everything. Surrender. Surrender to pure physical ecstasy. A dance performance inspired on the club scene.

Aan alle moeders by Hannah & Lida Zwaans: Let yourself be guided by the warmth, chase the vulnerability and find your own story in this dancing ode to all (who have or have had) mothers.

DECIDOPHOBIA 2000 by Sacha Vera Dans: The world moves fast and our future is insecure. We went from YOLO to FOMO – and now we are completely lost. Four dancers keep all options open.

The Devil on the Dance Floor by Quinteto del Diablo & Goda Žukauskaitė: Join us on an emotional trip of tango and dance that transcends all boundaries. A place to listen, to live and to be – whether you’re a devil or an angel.

Ter plekke by Arnhemse Meisjes: Arnhemse Meisjes and Rosine Langbroek try to find true offline connection through music and dance: daring and unstrained, with a playful use of space and a voice to drift away on.

There is nothing, but there is something by Sherise & Gianine Strang: A contemporary dance duet between two sisters, about getting together, being vulnerable and experiencing friction.