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Dancing with Anger

Dancing with Anger
Dancing with Anger

The anger we are forced to carry with us for a lifetime is the point of departure for Dancing with Anger. Touching us profoundly, no matter what we do to get rid of it it will always be there. If we try to suppress it we risk to be eaten up from the inside. Survival is all about figuring out how to deal with it.


10-16 August 2015: Copenhagen Summer Dance at the police headquarters beautiful yard
11-19 June 2015: The Royal Danish Ballet on summer tour around Denmark
9 June 2015: The Royal Danish Ballet at freetown Christiania
15 November 2014: Premieres at The Royal Danish Theatre as part of the performance Hübberiet


Choreography: Lotte Sigh
Dance: Eliabe D’Abadia, Sebastian Kloborg, Jonathan Chmelensky og Tobias Praetorius
Music: Tune Madsen & G.F. Händel
Photo: Daniel Urhøj


About Dancing With Anger – Forbrugermania, August 2015
“It was when Lotte Sighs Dancing with Anger entered the stage, I was taken by storm by the dance. To the sound of Handel’s opera Rinaldo, Jonathan Chmelensky and Eilabe Vieira d’Abadia hit me to the ground. Their classic background was evident, but their interaction made it a poetic experience. ”

About Dancing With Anger – Danstidningen, August 2015
“Another highlight of this year’s Copenhagen Summer Dance was Lotte Sighs well crafted work Dancing with Anger to music of Händel. The duet was performed by two impressive dancers from the Royal Danish Ballet.”

About Dancing With Anger – Dagbladet Roskilde, August 2015
“And a little later I was impressed by the two dancers Jonathan Chmelensky and Eliabe Vieira d’Abadia from the Royal Danish Ballet in a powerful duet by Lotte Sigh with many lifts and refractions, as Deer in a duel in “Dyrehaven”. Beautiful dancing!”

About Dancing With Anger – Teater1, August 2015
“Lotte Sighs Dancing With Anger with music from the Rinaldo Aria disseminated reference to the cruelty of Antichrist and made everyday anger to a dance object, that was a closer look worth.”

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