THE SYMPTOMS: Inside Out

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THE SYMPTOMS: Inside Out / contemporary dance – peep show Within the project Body Moving - Dance Commando 3-4 September 2009 (Thursday-Friday), 7 pm Platan Gallery 1061 Budapest, Andrássy út 32.

Thursday 3 September, 9:00 pm — Saturday 5 September 2009, 1:00 am

Platan Gallery

THE SYMPTOMS: Inside Out / contemporary dance – peep show

3-4 September 2009 (Thursday-Friday), 7 pm

Platan Gallery
1061 Budapest, Andrássy út 32.

Within the project Body Moving - Dance Commando

”What is contemporary dance? A granted by the state passion of a few professionals? Art of the everydays? The answer lays on the street - do You want to find it?”

Dancers: Dóra Furulyás, Rita Góbi, István Gőz, Dániel Szász, ifj. Ferenc Sebő, Zsófia Tamara Vadas, Csaba Varga

Performances of The Symptoms during the project Body Moving - Dance Commando:

3 September, 7 pm – Platan Gallery
4 September, 3 pm – Deák Ferenc square
4 September, 7 pm – Platan Gallery

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The Symptoms is a performance collective, a community of dancers and actors around the Hungarian dancer and choreographer Réka Szabó. The Symptoms occur in a variety of formats: from street actions to theatre performances „of unidentifyable genre”, from free improvisations to choreographies with dance and real-time video technologies. Their performances are games with common issues: chance, dreams, identity, global warming and recycling - mixing and juxtaposing different languages from contemporary dance to pantomime, from poetry to science, all this with a symptomatic humour. They are mainly performing in Hungary (at places such as Mu Theatre, Szkéné, Trafo), but also in venues, streets and festivals all over Europe.

Dance Commando – A weekend without rules

Dates: from 3 till 6 September (Thurs-Sun)
Venues: anywhere and everywhere in the city

A weekend full of surprises, be prepared to bump into random dance actions and interventions throughout town. The best of the Hungarian contemporary dance scene will show you how to take dance out into the open, into the sites of our everyday lives, into urban public spaces. A playful season-opening event and a ’crash course’ in contemporary dance from those who speak this language fluently and wish to teach us a few words. Just keep your eyes open and enjoy.