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STOEL Compagie Nyash

Ordinary chairs become monsters, vehicles and a perilous walkway in Compagnie Nyash’s remarkable performance for over-threes. (…)

This remarkable wordless dance show by Belgium’s Compagnie Nyash, performed to cello music, at times resembles an unlikely kids’ version of Cafe Müller. In Pina Bausch’s anguished classic, sleepwalking dancers stumble through a similar grid of chairs and tables. As Bausch’s dancers often do, the couple in Stoel alternately imprison, liberate and challenge each other. (...)

This is a sophisticated, spellbinding show for children but one that deserves to be seen by all ages.

 

05/08/2018- The Guardian - Chris Wiegan - Stoel&

Dotted unevenly around the space - a nod to Pina Bausch’s Café Müller that might pass some toddlers by - are all sorts of chairs: big and small, fine and rugged, varnished and rough. Some have high backs, others low seats. A couple are cushioned. One beauty’s all white. Together - and, again, your kids might miss this - they’re living proof of Plato’s theory of forms: all imperfect individuals, all perfectly chair.

 

It’s a gorgeous, refined piece of dance-infused play that aims to get young imaginations firing. Four chairs become monsters, chomping shadow mouths. Others turn into a tree with chair legs for branches.

 

 

08/09/2018 - Fest Mag-Matt Trueman-Review  Stoel

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