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September 19 to September 22, 2013 / 8.30 pm
Stephan Herwig
EDITORIAL BAREBACK (world premiere)

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Are you man enough to be gay?

Stephan Herwig’s latest dance production is inspired by the perspective of gay artists in the History of Art and Aesthetics.
Five male dancers on stage: That basic constellation in itself creates a vibrant energy all of its own. The dancers are revealing themselves, they are getting to the bottom of both their masculine and feminine sides; at times reluctantly and suggestively; at other times in an aggressive and extroverted manner.
Stereotypes are being shifted and dispelled; different images of the male body are being evoked and called into question. The strong individual personalities of the dancers create a fascinating and energizing friction. While not, however, tying anything down, but leaving as much of interpretation up in the air as possible – the borders are blurred. Ultimately, it is all about “being oneself and to allow this with all its consequences.”

Stephan Herwig

Choreographical collaboration
Karen Piewig

Maxwell McCarthy
Andrew Pan
Víctor Pérez Armero
Salvatore Siciliano
Alfredo Zinola

Michael Kunitsch

Stage set:

Production Management
Ingrid Kalka

With kind support from the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich. Stephan Herwig is member of the Tanztendenz München. A cooperation with schwere reiter tanz.

Download Press Release
PR_StephanHerwig_Editorial Bareback

Up-to-date information at http://editorialbareback.wordpress.com/

schwere reiter
Dachauer Straße 114
80636 München
Tram 12, 20, 21 oder Bus 53
Haltestelle Leonrodplatz

fee € 15 / reduced 10 €
Since the places are limited, we kindly ask you to reserve your tickets via Mail or phone: +49.89 / 721 10 15 or
the premiere is complete, please choose another day!

Tanztendenz Munich e.V. is sponsored
by the Munich Department of Arts and Culture