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Choreographer Heikinheimo, Ismo-Pekka
Ingólfsdottir, Ólöf
First Performance 3.9.2004
Place of First Performance Reykjavik City Theatre, Island
Finnish premiere 14.10.2004
Place of Premiere Alppi Hall, Hall of Culture, Helsinki
Style Contemporary Dance
Duration (min) 45
Costume designer Marja Uusitalo
Lighting Designer Jukka Huitila
Performers of the premiere Ismo-Pekka Heikinheimo, Olöf Ingolfsdottir
Music composed for the work Hallur Ingólfsson
Description It takes all kinds to make a world. There is always someone who does not know or care whether (s)he is a man or a woman. ManWoMan is a dance to celebrate the diversity of the human being. The carnivalistic costumes are inspired by blossoming orchids and awkward ostriches. Lightness and emotional depths amplify each other. ManWoMan turns on the gender blender and whips up an invigorating smoothie to the beat of freshly composed pop music. It is good to be different. (Source: programme)
Other Information Video animation: Jukka Huitila, make-up and hairstyles: Jari Kettunen.
Production: Ismo Dance co, ólöf danskompaní.
Companies Ismo Dance co.
Dancers Heikinheimo, Ismo-Pekka (2004)
Ingólfsdottir, Ólöf (2004)