There is hardly a definition of the urban dance style Krump that does without the label “aggressive”. Krump as a danced declaration of war? What seems aggressive is for the dancers of “DRANG” rather an expressive expression of what moves them in life and in the moment. Anger, love, fear, longing – every movement tells its own story, everything is storytelling, direct and full of force. Six dancers meet on stage, connected and driven by the inner necessity to tell what cannot be told by words. With every fiber of their bodies.
Choreography: Malou Airaudo, Dance: William Hayibor-Venous, Kwame Osei, Eva Pageix, Solomon Quaynoo, Francesca Zaccaria, Rymon Zacharei, Sound: Julian Büsselberg (SONIC MOOD), Music: by Abel Korzeniowski, Max Richter, Moderat, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Jon Hopkins, Reptilicus & Senking, Production Assistant: Eva Pageix, Stage: Malou Airaudo Costume: Mark Sieczkarek, Visuals: Christopher Lensing (impulskontrolle), Lighting: Moritz Bütow, Trailer: Young-Soo Chang, Production Manager: Uta Graßhoff
A production of Renegade, in co-production with PACT Zollverein (Essen) and Theater im Pumpenhaus (Münster)
Supported by: Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia NRW Landesbüro Freie Darstellende Künste Kulturinitiative Herne.