7: TRIPLE MOON

A DANCE RITE

In 7: TRIPLE MOON - the third and final part of her Bauhaus-trilogy exploring basic geometric shapes, Nicole Beutler takes the triangle as her starting point. In our Western (Christian) culture the triangle and the number three are often charged with a spiritual significance. First and foremost it is a reference to the Holy Trinity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. With the female trinity of the Maiden, Mother and Crone, Nicole offers a pagan female alternative.

7: TRIPLE MOON shows three danced portraits, in which the different stages in the life of a woman are embodied by an ex-ballerina, an experienced performer and a young dancer. Strong and fragile, naive and accurate, mundane and ephemeral. The metaphysical, spiritual aspect of the magical triangle is reflected in a staged illusion.

In collaboration with filmmakers/artists Helena Muskens & Quirine Racké

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Cast & Credits

Idea / direction / choreography: Nicole Beutler
Co-creation & Performance: Madelyn Bullard / Marjolein Vogels / Hlif Svavarsdottir
Voice: Claire Marshall (Forced Entertainment)
Scenography / video: Helena Muskens & Quirine Racké
Soundscape: Gary Shepherd with guest musician Rafa Mateos
Lighting design: Minna Tiikkainen
Costume:Martijn van Strien
Choreographic assistance & Rehearsal Director: Hillary Blake Firestone
Dream work: Mala Kline
Artistic advice: Martin Butler
Dramaturgic advice: Igor Dobricic
Main technician: Hans-Peter Hulsscher
Technique: Michael Yallop, Karl Klomp, Niels Runderkamp
Stage hand & assistance on tour: Joao Dinis Pinho
Intern & understudy: Daniel Barkan
Many thanks to: Robert Steijn, Liat Waysbort, Ron Wright, Matt Jackson
Made possible with the support of KC BUDA, De Meervaart
With the generous support of: Ammodo, and the structural support from the Dutch Performing Arts Funds (FPK) as well as the Amsterdam Fund of the Arts (AFK)

A Nicole Beutler Projects Production
 

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