The Karnaf Granovsky Hall, Sunday November 2, 3pm

The tennis game and the tennis player’s obsessive struggle for a victory as an image of our survival here and now: to attack/to defend, to embrace/to separate, to lose/to win: from the personal and intimate to the social and political. Three short dance pieces connected to one dance theatre performance accompanied by a soundtrack that combines original sounds from the tennis court with trance and soul music.

Choreography: Nimrod Freed | Dancers/ Collaborators: Noa Shavit,The 2017 Emi Award winner for best performer, Asami Ida, Yoav Yefet | Lighting Design: Uri Morag, Ofer Lauferl | Costume Design: Inbal Ben Zaken | Stage Design: Talia Freed | Stage Manager: Michal Ben Basat | Production and International relations: Katherina Vasiliadis | Music Editor: Harel Tsemah |
Music: Part 1 20syl – Game set & match Radiohead – Good Evening Mrs Magpie [Modeselektor RMX] David Bowie – Station To Station Funkadelic – Maggot Brain Rachid Taha – Now or Never feat. Jeanne Added Part 2 20syl – Game set & match Alexey Arkhipovskiy – Cinderella The Band – Theme From The Last Waltz Part 3 David Bowie – Station To Station Gustavo Santaolalla – De Ushuaia a La Quiaca.

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Performances around the world in 5 continents – Australia- Brisbane Festival; Italy–the International Biennale of Architecture in Venice; NYC– Central Park SummerStage Festival; China-Shanghai Expo and the Guangdong Festival; Johannesburg–AZA Biennale for Architecture; India–Goa international film festival; Tokyo, Belarus- Minsk Opera House, The Israel Festival, Suzanne Dellal Center etc. – Nimrod Collaborates Internationally with Dance Companies – Tokyo, Johannesburg, Australia, Spain, Cyprus and more. Nimrod won the Due Artist award – Habima the national theater of Israel, among other awards and grants. He worked & performed for 10 years in NYC, with Kei Takei, Min Tenaka, Bessie Schonberg and others. One of the Choreographers Assoc. founder and the artistic director of “On the Edge” Project and other projects. Teaches in Jerusalem Academy of Dance and in Kibutzim College. He received MA from Columbia University, NYC.
“Unforgettable… original…” New York City “Pushes the limits…” Australia “A pearl of creativity …” Tel Aviv