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Butoh Festival Amsterdam 09-10.10.2020

13 performers
12 performances with dancers from: Argentina, Brazil, France, Italy, Japan, U.K.
6 performances per day

Adrien Gaumé. France
| Cécile Raymond . France | Elisabeth Damour . France | Kea Tonetti . Italy | Juju Alishina . Japan | Lorna Lawrie . Argentina | Luan Machado . Brazil | Rebecca Buckle . U.K. | Suzi Cunningham . U.K. | Teruyuki Nagamori . Japan | Tina Besnard . France | Tivitavi . Italy | Valeria Geremia . Italy

Please note: the following are at the footer of this article: press relase pdf, program document,pdf, and contact form. Phil Morton site curator


Friday 9th
Valeria Geremia rAum
Cécile Raymond Cross-over
Luan Machado Dead Zone
p a u s e
Juju Alishina Utusesemi (this body in this world)
Tina Besnard BiBiBimba Ex - Too
Lorna Lawrie Periple

Saturday 10th
Kea Tonetti and Tivitavi Mono
Adrien Gaumé Ungu Lliblaction
Rebecca Buckle Femoral
p a u s e
Elisabeth Damour Somewhere the creature abandons chaos to be exhausted Ocean
Teruyuki Nagamori pray for Y
Suzi Cunningham Rules to Live By

Technical assistant: Mon Costa Justes
dates, time, ticket prices

Fri 9th October 8:30pm € 25

Sat 10th October 8:30pm € 25
both the days € 45
Concession € 20 and € 35 for both the days (only for certified students and unemployed)

Due to limited seats available for covid-19 restriction, tickets will only be available online.
You are highly recommended to book your seat online, so that you will be sure to have your seat.
If you will pass at the booking office on the same festival day, very probably, you will not be able to have access at the theater.
We are very sorry about that but we are forced to do it this way.


Info and booking: info@munganga.nl
telephone: 020 6759837

Photographer: Jérémie Lortic, Photographer: Birgit Sanders

For further information contact Ezio Tangini e_mail eziotangini@gmail.com

The Butoh festival Amsterdam taking place at Munganga Theatre
Schinkelhavenstraat 27 hs2 1075 Amsterdam

Press contact: Ezio Tangini tel.+39 3385004680


Butoh Festival Amsterdam 9th- 10th October 2020 –edition IV–
The festival will be produced without any public or private grant.
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