The showcase list is almost full, but we have a few spots left. If you are interested, please register as soon as possible here.
The registration fee for Swedstage 2014 is 400 Euro. The fee will cover free entrance to all productions, three nights of accommodation as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner during your stay.
You’ll find the full programme of Swedstage 2014 here.
The programme for Swedstage 2014 is now ready!
9.30 am Pitch of Swedish Playwrights
1 pm Lunch
The programme may be subject to changes.
We are very exited to present our 11’th show for Swedstage 2014; HOLD.
“HOLD, a fine-tuned and raw duet, sets out from the aesthetics of hip-hop to explore the yearning for intimacy and the human urge to construct meaningfulness. An exploration of the improvised, the moments created and the decissions made.
The show is portrayed by two of Sweden’s top street dancers, Anton Borgström and Robin Sundberg in collaboration with the choreographer and director Erik Linghede. Together, by twisting and turning various styles such as popping and waving, they created an innovative sensitive performance that communicates beyond norms and stereotypes.”
You’ll find more info about HOLD here.
The 10th Swedstage show is now official! We are very happy to present Arkeolog 8’s acclaimed performance Lucy.
Through the five dancers, the audience gets to know Lucy who is both fragile, strong and proud. She is more than what you first see: what is bubbling within her, slowly comes oozing out through the show and looses up the boundary between what we see and don’t. Tight braids and heavy skirts sweeps us into a captivating show with Archeologist 8′s typical expression: tough, urban dance with groove, sharpness and power. Lucy is a strong, effective dance performance investigating how to claim social space, different expectations on gender and identity formation.
You’ll find more info about Lucy here.
One more performance is ready for Swedstage 2014! Rosa brus is a dance and circus performance about gender and equality. The performance gives the audience an intimate and personal glimpse of two young people and their struggle to find a way to relate to each other. With an innovative approach to movements, Cauda works in the boarder between genres such as dance, circus and physical theatre.
The show raises questions of how gender roles affect and limit us – whether we are male or female.
You’ll find more info about Rosa brus here.
During the three days in Stockholm, we present 10–12 selected performances. All the performances are able to tour and available for an international audience.
The full programme will be presented in August but we now present the first eight selected performances!
We have appointed an artistic advisory group, consisting of Margareta Sörenson, critic, Lis Hellström Sveningson, critic, Hugo Tham, artistic consultant and Gustav Tegby, playwright and dramaturg, who, together with us, will select the performances for next edition of Swedstage.
Next edition of Swedstage will take place November 2-4 2014 in Stockholm.