The European project Performing Gender: Dance Makes Differences returns to Madrid to reflect on the diversity of gender, dance and activism within the framework of the 32nd Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid.
This workshop week is conducted by the British choreographer Hannah Buckley with the collaboration of the local playwright Sergio Martínez Vila. From the 25th November to the 2nd December the ten dancers, selected through an international call, will combine practice with theories, feelings and improvisation to explore their body expressions and notions about gender.
According to Hannah one of the purposes is to create a space that is full of potential and allows other people to bring, intersect and share their different perspectives, experiences and areas of research.
Here you can read the interview with Hannah and Sergio to find out more about their work in Madrid.
On December 2nd at 7:30 p.m. an open show (process sample) is held at the Conde Duque Theater, with free admission until full capacity is reached.