THE NUTCRACKER

John The Houseband presents The Nutcracker in a way you’ve never seen it before.
 John the Houseband, a performance group from various parts of Europe, has picked
 apart and re-assembled the beloved ballet into a messy pop musical. Together with
 the NorrlandsOpera Symphony Orchestra, John the Houseband creates a unique
 version of the Nutcracker where tradition meets modern, pop meets classics and
 performance meets ballet – but do not expect ballerinas! Welcome to a humorous 
and energetic performance for everyone !!
24. + 25 November @ NorrlandsOperan Umea
&
 8. + 9. December @ Fabrik Potsdam

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LA MULA - A BEATMUSICAL
  ! save the date !
! we are soon at Tanz in Bern @ Dampfzentrale ----> 31.October!



Where does art stand in society today?
 In a daring piece of self-experimentation, the performer Anja Müller is putting on 
a one-woman musical. Her beat-heavy, bass-pumping show brazenly parades about 
clichés that are all too evident in current popular culture. But beneath the fake bling 
is real irony: Müller’s brash persona ‘La Mula’ cuts straight to the point with some 
tough questions: has poverty become a vital artistic principle? And why
do we feel under constant pressure to entertain? (Berlin&I City Guide)



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K A L A  B R I S E L L A
immer NEU immer FRESH

          

our new video for our new song
anja on drums, dennis on bass and jochen on guitar and mic!


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DETER / MÜLLER / MARTINI  - IN THE FOREST THERE IS
@ K3 Zentrum für Choreografie Hamburg

together with Lea Martini, Jochen Haker and Angela Anzi we have been for 5 months in K3 Hamburg residency, 
digging into the feeling::::  ANGST

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KALA BRISELLA
v i d e o s    v i d e o s    v i d e o s



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In Blow Boys Blow Dennis Deter and his crew celebrate the long history of links between seafarers and the theatre world. Many years ago sailors were used as technicians on the world stages. Since then there has been a close link between theatres and sailing ships. Seamen not only knew how to move skilfully over the stage and between the lights, tied tight knots and improve the curtains; they also brought their superstitions, their terminology and their traditions into theatre. 

In this tempestuous show seven performers master every obstacle with their spirited songs and keep the ship on course until the last curtain.

With: Dennis Deter, Jan Fedinger, Davis Freeman, Jassem Hindi, Taavet Jansen, Tommy Noonan and Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias

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WHAT DOESN'T WORK


In What Doesn't Work Tommy Noonan, Murielle Elizéon und Anja Müller devote themselves to an impossible undertaking: the creation of a symphony of movement without composition. They shape the irrational, the secret and the spontaneous with their bodies, wringing a landscape of physical memories out of every moment. In this intensely physical work the three choreographers and performers explore the endless and unlimited possibilities of spontaneous decision, drawing eclectic and surreal forms into a calm room as if every second were both their first and their last.
We played this piece in various cities and lately in Durham/North Carolina, where Tommy and Murielle moved to. In the moment they are creating a place for dance and performance , a spot where artists and interested people can meet, exchange and develop. Its great check it out ---> CULTURE MILL



























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