I dare to say it is an achievement in the field of art when a renowned orchestra of baroque music welcomes “another” art form to the same stage, venturing to
This year’s Helsinki Festival brings Chinese performing arts closer to the Finnish audience. The Last Warrior by Wusheng Company, premiered at the stage of the Finnish National Theatre, represents traditional
Weaving legs, soft sliding and flying women above the heads of their partners – these are the instant flashbacks, occurring in your mind after seeing Sinfonia de Tango: A Tribute
We like to pick our noses. We like to watch on our own shit. We don’t like weddings.
This year the program of Side Step Festival challenges its audience with the large and universal themes about the meaning of life and death. It explores human beings and inner
Where is dance and where is choreography? What is happening on the stage: dance or choreography? After all, when dance is happening on the stage without choreography?
February is always one of the most eventful months in Theatre Academy’s school year. Somebody is graduating; somebody is in the process; everybody is still in search. Each of the
It is always a nice feeling to be warmly welcomed to somebody’s home. I came to see Keith Hennessy’s Crotch but rather visited it.
Before entering the audience space to see Mermaid Show for the first time: Important: make sure you have read the guide carefully: a spot in the audience space has a
Hello. How are you? – starts the letter from the envelope which comes along with a ticket for The Helsinki Meeting Point Extended Edition 2012 – Festival for Free Dance
19 minutes per room. 3 rooms per hour. 6 hours per day. 1 soap. 1 all over shampoo. 1 conditioner. 1 body lotion. Even distances between the bottles. The placement
Maija Halinen: ” Pidän siitä, että esiintyjät ovat lähellä yleisöä, se tekee liikkeestä jotenkin todellisemman tuntuista.” Maria Prokhorova: “This doesn’t feel social and democratic. This feels very universal.”