Strangely Familiar

Strangely Familiar, tour Netherlands, The Netherlands
10 t/m 2020
Once they were close friends
Now they are reuniting for a weekend away
Just like old times?

Through dance, video and live music, strangely familiar portrays a fictional group of thirtysomethings. Five apparently successful and happy people who once were inseparable friends. Now, years later, they spend a weekend together in a holiday house rekindling their old friendship. Strangely familiar magnifies the social dynamics of a group of friends and contrasts this with more intimate private encounters.

Choreographer Pia Meuthen worked with an existing group of friends to create strangely familiar. Individual interviews with the dancers form the basis for their underlying personal stories. The video images were created during a weekend away together, but the reality is subtly manipulated to form a new story. Read all about this project
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17 t/m 20 September 2020

Signal at Dusk

Signal at Dusk, Irvine Beach Park Scotland

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