Audition Call for PEEPDANCE

PEEPDANCE – The Body is the Last Space for Freedom – Dance performance in public space – an international collaboration: Tel Aviv – Johannesburg: AZA15 Festival, Johannesburg

The Audition:
An open audition for dancers to perform with the Nimrod Freed/Tami Dance Company in the Johannesburg, AZA15 Festival and participate in the Peepdance Project.

The audition, which will be done as a workshop, takes place on September 19, from 10:00 to 13:30 at the Moving into Dance Studio, Newtown, Johannesburg.

The organisers are looking for four (4) to six (6) professional dancers – very physical, creative and with improvisational skills.

The rehearsals will take place at the Moving into Dance Studio between September 19 and 22 and the performances from September 23 to 26. Both rehearsals and performances are paid.

Please send your CV/resume (include a head shot) to Georgina Thomson: georgina@danceforum.co.za / tel: 011 492 0709

PeepDance has been performed across the globe – the audience is invited to ‘peep’ into five different dance performances at the same time, to the same music, inside five peep cells – and experience contemporary dance from an entirely new perspective. A tremendous success both in Israel and around the world: N.Y.C., the 13th International Biennale for Architecture in Venice, Australia and China, PeepDance is a site- specific dance event which creates new, unexpected experiences and meanings for the audience.

“It takes your breath away…” Artzone, Johannesburg

“…Unique and splendid…” Tokyo The Digital Dance magazine

“…One of the most memorable and innovative dances I have seen in a while…” Dancing Perfectly Free. WordPress.com NYC

About Tami dance Company/Nimrod Freed
Tami dance Company/Nimrod Freed was founded in 2004 with the generous support of Daniela and Daniel Steinmetz in Beit Tami, a community centre in the heart of Tel Aviv that enriches community life-workshops for people with no background in dance, and for professionals. Release, focus and relaxation, working with a partner, masks, live music and dance, improvisation- moving with pleasure. Nimrod focuses his work on authentic connection: Dance –Live music- Theatre – developing his own dance language. He teaches at the Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and Arts and in Jerusalem Academy of Music & Dance.

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