Crossings 2

2002

“The dancers execute Chyles’s choreography with the highest presence and concentration, don’t shy injuries and give their last bits in this dance of death... a stunning choreography which shows lust and grief at the same time.”
Stuttgarter Zeitung

“Crossings 2” starts lightly with a Polka, but the carefree atmosphere will not last long. The dancers are driven in their dance: they flirt, drink and serve Schnapps, laugh and touch each other. As the music changes to a nightclub atmosphere the mix and friction of styles, forms and emotions will heat up leading to excess and the unknown. “Crossings 2” examines the human mechanisms that kick in when known structures dissolve and one is forced to react.