SUN 9 JUNE 2019 7 P.M. – 7.30 P.M. THEATER BREMEN, BRAUHAUS / PERFORMANCE / DANCE (ARABIC WITH ENGL. LIVE TRANSLATION)
Bassam Abou Diab traces the movements of bodies in life-threatening situations and responds with apposite dance techniques. A piece in the field of tension between contemporary and traditional dance, bombs, and subtle humor.
CHOREOGRAPHY & DIRECTION Bassam Abou Diab
PERFORMER Bassam Abou Diab, Samah Tarabay, Zain Saleh (Übersetzer)
MUSIC & COMPOSITION Samah Tarabay
Guest Performance funded by Goethe Institute.
Coproduction Maqamat Beit El Raqs
JOINT PRICE SYSTEM 10/ 7 / 5 EURO
BREMEN PASS 3 EURO
Bassam Abou Diab is a theater graduate from the Lebanese University and a folklore and contemporary dance artist. He has been dancing with Omar Rajeh/Maqamat for several years. He performed in: ›Mushrooms and Fig Leaves‹, ›Hibr‹, ›That Part of Heaven‹ and ›Watadour‹. He was part of the intensive dance training program Takween in 2010, 2011 and 2017, where he worked with choreographers and companies such as Marcel Leemann, Emilyn Claid, Thierry Smith, Luc Dunberry, Marco Cantalupo, Anani Dodji Sanouvi, Radhouane El Meddeb, Jens Bjerregard, Kristina De Chatelle, Damien Jalet and Franceso Scavetta, ICK Amsterdam, Benoit Lachambre and Superamas. Bassam Abou Diab has also performed in theater plays in Lebanon with directors such as Ossama Halal, Rouaida al Ghali, Badih Abou Chakra and Malek Andary.
Samah Tarabay is a Lebanese percussionist specialized in traditional and folkloric music. He has been working at Al BayareQ traditional dance company since 2011, where he started his collaboration with Bassam Abou Diab.