Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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Fokus Tanz #8
Grichka Caruge:

A Human Race – The Rite of Krump

 
  • © René Löffler
  • © René Löffler
  • © René Löffler
  • © René Löffler
  • © René Löffler
Dance / Wheelchair users
  • Duration: 45 Min.
  • Tickets: 22/14 Euro (9 Euro for everyone under 30 years, kids up to 16 years 5 Euro, [k]-Karte from 7 Euro)
  • Without language.
    Age recommendation: from 10 years on
    Krump workshops free of charge, but with registration via ticket link

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    HERE you will find all the latest information and Corona rules for your visit.

     

    This event takes place with the 2G+ rule: Admission only for people with proof of Corona vaccination or recovery and proof of a daily negatve rapid test (this is not mandatory for people who received the third vaccination dose / "booster"). During the event in the hall and in our foyer, wearing a mask is mandatory aswell as keeping distance to other visitors. We continue to sell 2G+ events with reduced seating and limited capacity.

  • Wed, 02.03.2022 19:00
    Kampnagel – K2 Tickets
  • Thu, 03.03.2022 10:00
    Kampnagel – K2 Tickets
  • Thu, 03.03.2022 13:00
    Krump-Workshop für Kids ab 10 Tickets
  • Fri, 04.03.2022 10:00
    Kampnagel – K2 Tickets
  • Sat, 05.03.2022 14:00
    Krump-Workshop für alle ab 16
  • Sat, 05.03.2022 18:00
    Kampnagel – K2 Tickets

Powerful and highly virtuosic, the dancers rebel against social inequality and discrimination inscribed in their bodies: The Krump’s dance style is a creative outlet that allows the wounds of exclusion and racism to speak for themselves. A HUMAN RACE unfolds the powerful movement repertoire of this fledgling dance style, illustrating its potential for a choreographic signature whose idea is not just a technical practice, but a sociopolitical one that offers young people self-empowerment in the face of feelings of powerlessness in the face of experienced discrimination. Together with five dancers, Grichka Caruge tells a story of empowerment and resistance to the music of Igor Stravinsky’s “Le Sacre du Printemps”, which is about inner contradictions, abysses, unspeakable conditions and the barriers between individuals and the group that must be resisted in
order to survive.


Funded as part of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.


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