The contemporary dancefestival Moving Futures presents the most leading young dance makers of the moment connected to five Dutch dance houses. As an audience, next to performances, you get a look behind the scenes of contemporary dance. With interactive introductions, crash courses, aftertalks and meet & greets you discover what lies beneath a performance and what role you play, as a spectator, for an emerging choreographer.
In the Rotterdamse Schouwburg you will see work by a.o. Lana Coporda, Igor Vrebac,
Ingrid Berger Myhre, Jefta Tanate en Aïda Quirro Salina. Before the start you can take a tour behind the scenes or warm up with one of the dancers. Cinedans provides a special filmprogramme.
Renowned national and international dance, theatre and music theatre companies bring their shows to the stage at the Rotterdamse Schouwburg.
The building is designed by architect Wim Quist and built in 1988. It is notable for its emphasis on rectangular shapes, neutral shades and concrete, both inside and out. The face of the building is clad in enamelled glass plates and livened up by three ‘moving columns’ by artist George Rickey, which move with the wind. Loading and unloading is at the front of the building; the transport trucks are hoisted straight to the stage level with an enormous l