Sixth Day Of The Moon / Månens Sjätte Dag is choreographed installation for babies 3-15 months, which explores the possibilities of an event-world rather than an object world - something dynamic and relatively unpredictable. It aims at diverse sensory experiences and a heightened sensitivity towards the immediate physicality of the world by interlacing movement, dance, music, visual art and light design. The performance invites its audience to engage in playful and open-ended experience that does not present concrete goals but rather expects them to explore and discover a new form of being-in-the-world. The audience is invited to enjoy the installation upon their personal needs - to arrive at the time which suits them the best and stay as long as they like to, within the 2 hours running time.
Choreography: Dalija Aćin Thelander
Age: 3-15 months
The Touring Company /Dansstationens Turnékompani has been coproducing dance for a young audience since 1999, with choreographers Wies Merkx and Erik Kaiel/Netherlands, Sasha Pepelyaev/Russia, Kajsa Giertz, Gunilla Heilborn, Dorte Olesen and Martin Forsberg/Sweden ,Tom Morris and Guy Dartnell/UK and Månteatern/Sweden.
Over the first 15 years they have performed 1000 times and have reached 100.000 people on tour all over Sweden and in Denmark, Germany, Holland, Estonia, Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland.
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