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TOMAS BÜNGER & SERGEY ZHUKOV / TANZKOLLEKTIVBREMEN

›SEE ME!‹

Dance

PREMIERE
THU Jan 27 - SAT Jan 29 / 7 pm

On FRI Jan 28 with audience talk
Duration: 60 min

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›The body was made soft to keep us from loneliness.‹
(Ocean Vuong)

On a stage reminiscent of an apartment, Tomas Bünger and Sergey Zhukov engage with their own biographies in dance. Who am I when I enter the stage, and how do others see me? How can I be myself and simultaneously a theatrical figure? In the potential space of a search for identity, two dancer meet who seek to discover themselves in the other. Based on their online productions ›Queerland?‹ and ›Speeddating #1‹, with which they were invited to the festival April Dance 2021 @IAPAR in Pune, India, Bünger and Zhukov continue their research process on how two persons can come closer to each other. They reexamine the artistic material and create a stage production between dance and theater, reality and fiction, that deals with their own queer identity.

Tomas Bünger studied classical and modern dance at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media and was a long-time member of the Tanztheater Bremen. He has worked with Susanne Linke, Urs Dietrich, Rodolpho Leonie, Rami Be'er, Henrietta Horn and Reinhild Hoffmann, among others. Since 2014 he is Artistic Director of the Young Choreographer's Platform, initiated by the Goethe-Institut Bangladesh. Tomas Bünger is co-founder of TanzKollektivBremen, housemate at Schwankhalle Bremen, jury member of Tanztreffen der Jugend/Berliner Festspiele and yoga teacher.

Sergey Zhukov was born in Katchar (Kazakhstan) and came to Germany in the late 1990s. From ballroom dance he switched to dance studies at Folkwang University of the Arts and graduated with the Folkwang Prize. He danced for the Folkwang TanzStudio and as a guest with Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. Zhukov collaborated with choreographers such as Susanne Linke, Urs Dietrich, Rodolpho Leoni, Chikako Kaido, Renate Graziadei and many others. In 2021 he started his dance/choreographic research on queer identity with Tomas Bünger.

Jona Aulepp studies Scenic Arts with a focus on theater studies at the University of Hildesheim and uses the pronoun he. Born in Bremen, he sees himself as a freelance actor and performing artist. He came to acting in 2013 through the Junge Akteur*innen of Theater Bremen, where he has already collaborated with Tomas Bünger on two projects. He has also participated in theater youth clubs in Berlin and Hanover. Most recently, Jona Aulepp performed in a work by Christiane Rösinger at HAU1 in Berlin.

CREDITS
DANCE, CHOREOGRAPHY & STAGE DESIGN  Tomas Bünger und Sergey Zhukov

ARTISTIC SUPERVISION  Jona Aulepp
 

TANZ , CHOREOGRAFIE UND BÜHNE  Tomas Bünger und Sergey Zhukov
KÜNSTLERISCHE BEGLEITUNG  Jona Aulepp
ASSISTANCE COSTUMES  Katja Fritzsche
MUSIC  Collage
TECNICAL DIRECTION  Jürgen Kääriäinen
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT  Birte Neumann
PROJECT MANAGEMENT  Ulrike Osten
PRODUCTION  TanzKollektivBremen
 
Funded by the Senator of Culture of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen
Koproduction Schwankhalle
 
Thanks to: Michael Börgerding, Antina Behrens, Ilka Renken and Bianca Vespermann from Theater Bremen & Barbara Schulte

 

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TICKETS
No reservations. Tickets available online and at all Nordwest-Ticket ticket agencies. Remaining tickets from 60 min before the start of the event at the box office.
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THU Jan 27 7 pm
FRI Jan 28 7 pm
SAT Jan 29 7 pm

Pricing

Joint price system 14 / 10 / 7 EURO, Bremen Pass/Kultursemesterticket 3 EURO. No further reductions. Online-Tickets plus 1 EURO fee.

Due to the current incidence levels in Bremen, the 2G-plus-rule applies (vaccinated - recovered + tested) to all events at the Schwankhalle. Persons who have already received a booster vaccination or whose second vaccination was not longer than three months ago are exempt from the testing requirement. Please plan some extra time for the check-in process and be there at least 15 minutes before the event starts.
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Accessibility information
The play runs approx. 60 minutes without intermission. In a few scenes, german spoken language is used, but the piece is nonverbally comprehensible. The audience is seated. There are two wheelchair spaces that can be reserved based on availability or selected as a ticket category in the online store and at the box office. Detailed information about the accessibility of our venue can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact us at ticket@schwankhalle.de or 0421 520 80 70.