©Ruud Scherens
Wed 9 Sep ’20 - Fri 18 Sep ’20


Simon Bus
Urban dance by an idiosyncratic and creative choreographer / dancer
Wed 9 Sep ’20
Fri 18 Sep ’20

Fever causes intense and bizarre dreams. Simon Bus physically translates the experience of these feverish dreams in his performance Febris. The choreographer / dancer releases the dancers bathed in feverish sweat in a mental space full of psychedelic images.

Febris is Bus's third dance performance as part of the ThinX innovation trajectory. From his background as a break dancer, but also with training from the Maastricht Art Academy, he has developed his work into a more experimental style of urban dance.
In theater season 17/18, Bus started working as a choreographer for the first time and created the performance Watering a flower. In the 18/19 season he made the performance Chopping a sweet olive.

Prior to Febris, Alesya Dobysh dances a short solo: Stop Making Sense. A new work, inspired by Robert Longo's sculpture series Men in the cities. The dancer takes her housedance footwork and technique to unknown territory. The music is by Max Frimout.

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