• A whole is one half and two quarters

    By Gazart

  • A performance about divorce and about belonging to multiple homes and families. About moving back and forth, forgetting and being forgotten, being home and at the same time missing home, but also about extra siblings a lots of people to love.
    With humor and care it tackels the issues and challenges associated with living with many families as a child.


    The show will be performed in Danish with a printed translation to English available.


    Gazart performances take a curious look at familiar situations from everyday life. They create new angles on the trivia with which we surround ourselves but which we seldom regard as particularly significant. Tali uses her choreography to poke holes in the bubbles of the imagination, releasing it to flow freely in artful universes that contain more than we can see with the naked eye, often in a creative dialogue between dance and other means of artistic expression.

    Productions conceived for the very young provide subtle reflections of the way small children are fascinated by the simple but magical: raindrops or snowflakes, for example. Productions for teenagers feature experience-oriented communication as their recurrent approach, with subjects ranging from feelings we encounter in ourselves to events that define the world about us

    Age: 5+


    Choreography: Tali Rázga together with the dancers
    Dancers: Marlene Bonnesen, Søren Linding Urup, Fie Dam Mygind

    Scenographer: Nadia Nabil
    Composer: Rumpistol

    Light design: Mikkel Jensen

    Producer: Carlos Calvo

    PR: Ida Fredericia

    Web: http://gazart.dk/en/

    Trailer: https://vimeo.com/388741781

    Contact: Artisitc director Tali Rázga, Gazart


    T: +45 26848239