Back on stage: the new premiere of My Lake at Gottsunda Dans Och Teater in Uppsala

From the 20 November until the 12 December Focus Dance is back on stage in Uppsala at Gottsunda Dans Och Teater with a new premier of My Lake inspired by the Russian Composer Tchaikovsky fate, with Music of Swan Lake and Jerome Marchand and 5 dancers that take us through the labyrinth that is Tchaikovskys mind.

Broken Skin was created last season and was unable to meet an audience due to the pandemic instead it was filmed by the director Fredrik Sattin and now has its premiere in the new filmed version. The cast includes Richard Asker as Enoch Powell, and dancers
Jerome Marchand, Anthony Ljumlio, Noelle Guinoo Deriada.
For more information please visit
www.gottsundateater.com

2020 Update

Due to the major disruption from the Covid-19 Pandemic we are unfortunately unable to follow through our spring 2020 projects a new work inspired by the emotionally charged and raw imagery of Francis Bacon the Irish born British figurative painter . The time instead is being used for research and planning for 2 new works upcoming works in the autumn autumn 2020 to performed in Uppsala in October and November. Although Sweden has not been in full lockdown as other European countries, there are still restrictions in place such as social distancing and limitations on public gatherings and events. During the…

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En kväll - tre dansstycken. Under tre kvällar ger Focus Dance två akter av explosiv, finstämd och högklassig dans. Med dansare från olika delar av Europa och USA, tillsammans med unga dansare från Kungliga Svenska Balettskolan, får vi en föreställning om kamp, makt, frihet, närhet och ensamhet. DISTURBANCE & MACBETH Koreografi Joseph Sturdy 30 nov - 7 dec DISTURBANCE I. I detta explosiva dansstycke ser vi fem unga människor röra sig i en osäker värld som hela tiden verkar förändras, en värld där du ena stunden är en del av något stort och nästa stund står ensam kvar. De rör…

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