Anthologie/Blütenlese is the performative attempt to collect stories from different Munich residents and to portrait them on stage as honestly as possible. The connecting point and placeholder for these stories are the bodies of four dancers. As representatives, they mediate between the audience and the collected stories. In this way, the dance performance creates a contrast to the glittering image that people create to portrait themselves on the Internet. At the same time, it testifies that the stories of all people are worth telling, not just those who have accomplished great deeds.
Choreography Cristina D’Alberto
Performers Sara Campinoti, Robert Hemming, Hillel Perlman, Lotta Sandborgh
Video design Ikenna Okegwo
Music composition Leonard Kuhn
Dramaturgy Martina Missel
Stage and costumes Michele Lorenzini
Costume design Alessandra Guttagliere
Light design Michael Bischoff
Production management Lara Schubert
Press Claudia Illi
Photo Credit Gabriela Neeb
Scientific consultant Stefano Piemontese
Understudies Siri Persson, Sonja Golubkowa
Supported by Kulturreferat München and Bayerischer Landesverband für Zeitgenössischen Tanz (BLZT). In cooperation with Tanztendenz e.V.
Aknowledgments Anthologie/Blütenlese has been created in collaboration with the performers. We wholeheartedly thank our interviewees, without whom this project would not have been possible. Special thanks to Iwanson International