cie. toula limnaios
Al Shams theater
In “tempus fugit” seven dancers continually move as a group, as a flowing unit. Propelled forward by an inner unison, they produce an allembracing tide. A round dance like a single shared movement nevertheless at moments revealing the individual.
Nothing lasts forever – the flow of time cannot be detained. But how do we really live in it? Has the hustle and bustle of daily life consumed us all? Compared to the breathlessness of our lives, the horde resembles a muscle, brimming with vitality and solidarity.
Mass and identity, power and momentum are its central phenomena – the group as a microcosm that frees us from the prison of isolation and unleashes new strength.
Concept/ Choreography: Toula Limnaios
Music: Ralf R. Ollertz, Joseph Haydn, Gustav Mahler
Dance/ Creation: Daniel Afonso, Leonardo D’Aquino, Priscilla Fiuza, Alba De Miguel, Alessio Scandale, Hironori Sugata, Karolina Wyrwal
Choreographic Assistance: Ute Pliestermann
Lighting Design: Felix Grimm
Space/ Costumes: Antonia Limnaios, Toula Limnaios
This is a cie. toula limnaios production with the kind support of the Cultural Department of the City of Berlin.
Supported by The NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ International Guest Performance Fund For Dance, Which Is Funded By The Federal Government Commissioner For Culture And The Media.
Supported by Goethe-Institut Jordanien, EUNIC Jordan.
cie. toula limnaios
The cie. toula limnaios is an ensemble for contemporary dance, founded in 1996 by choreographer and performer Toula Limnaios and composer Ralf R. Ollertz. The cie. toula limnaios presents 50-60 performances every year and works with 14 salaried employees. With its flexible, lean, but highly effective structure and in co-production with international partners, the company continuously produces ensemble work of exceptional quality, making them one of the most successful ensembles for contemporary dance today, they present their repertoire in Europe and worldwide. The cie. toula limnaios presents dance that is watchful, critical and bold – with concern for humankind, made by and for people.