From BAM-Brooklyn Academy of Music: “Sasha Waltz – Kreatur”

From BAM-Brooklyn Academy of Music

“Sasha Waltz has orchestrated some of the most extraordinary spectacles on the modern dance stage…”

Sasha Waltz from NYU | Tisch



Nov 2—5
BAM Howard Gilman Opera House
Tickets start at $12.50 with discount*

Orchestra tickets to Sunday’s performance start at just $12.50 with discount code. But hurry—this offer is only good for 48 hours. Just use code 93498.*

Nov 2—Nov 5, 2018


Sasha Waltz & Guests
Directed and choreographed by Sasha Waltz

Part of the 2018 Next Wave Festival

Contained within weightless aluminum clouds, 14 dancers expand and contract their limits to the thrum and heartbeat of echoing space. The relentlessly exploratory choreographer Sasha Waltz (Continu, 2015 Next Wave) returns to BAM with a staggering feat of collaboration examining the human body’s fraught relationship to structures of power. Featuring sculptural costumes by Dutch couture revolutionary Iris van Herpen, stark lightscapes by designer Urs Schönebaum, and an industrial, atmospheric score by Soundwalk Collective, Kreatur conjures a hallucinatory existence where power shifts constantly and freedom can only come from within.


Fri, Nov 2 at 7:30pm
Sat, Nov 3 at 7:30pm
Sun, Nov 4 at 3pm
Mon, Nov 5 at 7:30pm

Approx 1hr 30min
Peter Jay Sharp Building

BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

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