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Disabled Theatre is a collaboration between choreographer Jerome Bel and the actors of Zurich's Theater HORA. As much a play about the mind and body as a work of dance, Disabled Theatre opens up a space where disability is placed centre stage in an adventurous, intelligent and political way. Jerome Bel has created works in a range of international locations and situations, from the Winter Olympics to the Paris Opera Ballet, from a duet with Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker to a cast of 20 in The Show Must Go On for which he won a prestigious Bessie Award in New York. Jerome was invited to create Disabled Theatre by Swiss company Theater HORA, established in 1993 to promote the artistic development of people with learning difficulties, and to give them the opportunity to exhibit their extraordinary abilities to a wide audience at a professional level.
Archive :: production:T373407838, dance or ballet:S1492818608, venue:V01704341023
Jerome Bel/Theater Hora
Running time: 90mins Part of Dance Umbrella
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