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Alice Im Wunderland

Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V. 2013

Choreographer(s) : Stiefermann, Martin (Germany)

Present in collection(s): Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V.

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Alice Im Wunderland

Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V. 2013

Choreographer(s) : Stiefermann, Martin (Germany)

Present in collection(s): Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V.

en fr

Alice Im Wunderland

Buy me, Alice! The cries seem to emanate from all corners – I will make you happy! The temptations are extreme in a wonderland of unlimited offers. Every shopping window is a new promise. Everywhere a more beautiful, successful and hip “I” is waiting for Alice. Every wish is tangible – even if Alice never knew she even had them.
Passing the sleeping shop window dolls of the decoration warehouses, followed by a small audience, Alice meets the strange inhabitants of wonderland in her grotesque and disturbing trip through the world of consumption.
In their performance “Alice im Wunderland”, MS Schrittmacher dissects our consumer behavior as it wavers between needs and insanity with inscrutable humor and an unerring sense for the absurd in daily life.
The shopping center is the stage; Alice, the hero... and the piece? All of us.

Source: msschrittmacher.de

More information : www.msschrittmacher.de/

Stiefermann, Martin

Martin Stiefermann studied dance at the Ballet School of the State Opera Hamburg.  Later he became member of the Hamburg Ballet.  He stayed for five years with the company in Hamburg and here he started with his first choreographies. 

From 1992 to 95 he worked in, Hamburg, Vienna, Dresden, Basel and Berlin, as choreographer. 

1992 he got a choreographer sholarship of the internationale tanzwochen Wien. 

1995-97 he was director of the Ballet of Kiel.  Then he founded the company MS Schrittmacher in Berlin. 

Between 2001-2006  he was also director of the dance company at Oldenburgisches  Staatstheater and of the Berlin company MS Schrittmacher, in close  cooperation with the Oldenburg company.  In this time he was twice festivalleader of the Internationale Tanztage Oldenburg (2003 and 2005) . 

Since 2007 Martin Stiefermann has returned to Berlin as a freelance choreographer. 

2008 he founded the performance label Less Mess together with Efrat Stempler. 

2011 he worked as tutor for the development programme “Young Artist-Flausen im Kopf”. 

2014 Martin Stiefermann accepted a teaching assignment for the department of dace at the Free University of Berlin. 


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En savoir plus : www.msschrittmacher.de/

Alice Im Wunderland

Artistic direction / Conception : Martin Stiefermann

Artistic direction assistance / Conception : Efrat Stempler

Choreography : Martin Stiefermann

Interpretation : Antje Rose, Effi Rabsilber, Efrat Stempler, Jorge Morro, Nicky Vanoppen, Florian Schmiemann, Andreas Uehlein, Armin Dallapiccola ainsi que Jessica Kammerer-Georg, Karla Mendoza, Inga Klemme

Stage direction : Martin Stiefermann

Text : Hartmut Schrewe

Additionnal music : Sir Henry

Costumes : Lorraine Göhring

Technical direction : Suse Körner

Other collaborations : k3 berlin

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : Matthias Püschner, Forum Steglitz

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