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26 October - 27 October 2018

19:30Upper Stage
OCC Friends presale: from 2 OCT 2018, 12:00
General presale: from 9 OCT 2018, 12:00

Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, People with disabilities - Companions & Unemployed: 5 €

Group ticket reservations at groupsales@sgt.gr

DANCE

Be CarefulMallika Taneja

What’s it like to live as a woman in one of those countries where, no matter how much violence is directed at you by men, you are considered the only guilty party? And, how many clothes you have to wear in order to prevent manly violence? Mallika Taneja forcefully and with irony combats this reality in her art.

26 October - 27 October 2018

20:30Exhibition Hall
Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, People with disabilities - Companions & Unemployed: 5 €

Group ticket reservations at groupsales@sgt.gr

DANCE

Macho DancerEisa Jocson

A “macho” man performed in a woman’s body, that of Eisa Jocson. Is this “gender loop”, this androgynous dancing image enough to question our clichés about sexuality, economy and social mobility?

26 October - 27 October 2018

22:00Upper Stage
OCC Friends presale: from 2 OCT 2018, 12:00
General presale: from 9 OCT 2018, 12:00

Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, People with disabilities - Companions & Unemployed: 5 €

Group ticket reservations at groupsales@sgt.gr

DANCE

FARCI.ESorour Darabi

How can a person who doesn’t want to have a gender speak of identity? What is the relationship between our native language and our understanding of gender? A daring artistic proposal from Sorour Darabi, whose native language, Farsi, makes no distinctions on the basis of gender.

29 October - 30 October 2018

19:30Upper Stage
OCC Friends presale: from 2 OCT 2018, 12:00
General presale: from 9 OCT 2018, 12:00

Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, People with disabilities - Companions & Unemployed: 5 €

Group ticket reservations at groupsales@sgt.gr

DANCE

And So You See...Robyn Orlin

The art of the South African choreographer Robyn Orlin is a loaded machine gun. Always political, but never without humour, irony, inventiveness, and profound, transformative power. Together, the choreographer and the work’s ideal performer, Albert Khoza, will lure us into a unique “one man show” about racism and freedom.

29 October - 30 October 2018

20:30Exhibition Hall
OCC Friends presale: from 2 OCT 2018, 12:00
General presale: from 9 OCT 2018, 12:00

Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, People with disabilities - Companions & Unemployed: 5 €

Group ticket reservations at groupsales@sgt.gr

DANCE

Quartiers LibresNadia Beugré

A mountain of empty plastic bottles, a powerful performer who sings and dances, the audience on stage: these are the ingredients of a high-voltage performance which startles with its immediacy and its imagery. Nadia Beugré from far-off Ivory Coast, just a breath away.

29 October - 30 October 2018

22:00Upper Stage
OCC Friends presale: from 2 OCT 2018, 12:00
General presale: from 9 OCT 2018, 12:00

Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, People with disabilities - Companions & Unemployed: 5 €

Group ticket reservations at groupsales@sgt.gr

DANCE

To Rest on a SlopeDanya Hammoud

Can a body make visible the forms of violence hidden in a gesture, a gaze, or in the distance we maintain from one another? Danya Hammound articulates a choreographic language of her own, in a spare, contemporary performance.

17 November - 18 November 2018

20:30Main Stage

DANCE

CrowdGisèle Vienne

A rave party revelation. A work about the dark relationship between violence and having a good time. Gisèle Vienne, a choreographer and director drawn to ecstasy, fantasy and human behaviour, making her OCC debut.

2 December 2018

21:00Upper Stage

DANCE

iDance #2Inclusive Dance Convention

For the second year in a row, guests from Greece and the rest of Europe discuss, inform, and educate individuals both with and without disabilities regarding the limitless possibilities and accessibility of contemporary dance.

18 December - 21 December 2018

20:30Main Stage

DANCE

New Piece I - Since sheDimitris Papaioannou

A wonderfully visual, bitter-sweet, mysterious world emerges out of the unique collaboration between Dimitris Papaioannou and the extraordinary dancers of the Tanztheater Wuppertal, Pina Bausch’s legendary dance company. A first for everyone involved, an important partnership for the OCC.

18 January - 20 January 2019

Exhibition Hall

DANCE

ErotikonKiriakos Hadjiioannou

A variety show that presents an ode to eros, or whatever remains of it. Balancing dexterously between theory and lived experience, poetic language and the emancipated body, “Erotikon” invites us to imagine eros differently.

6 February - 10 February 2019

20:30Main Stage

DANCE

A Quiet Evening of DanceWilliam Forsythe

Forsythe has outdone himself. Four works by the great choreographer make for a pleasurable evening as the bodies of the outstanding dancers coordinate, fly, find themselves again—in other words, dance—on an empty stage with no sound accompanying them except their own bodies.

1 March - 2 March 2019

Exhibition Hall

DANCE

6th Young Choreographers FestivalChoreographers in their first explorations

Dancers mount the stage at the Onassis Cultural Centre to sweep us away with the energy of a new generation of Greek choreographers. Original creations, inventive choreography in a festival that, each year, makes us reconsider what dance is.

31 March 2019

Main Stage

DANCE

Dancing to connect

In Dancing to Connect we are not looking for talented dancers, but for daring adolescents who want to express themselves by transcending limitations. Because a choreography may be all it takes to connect with an adolescent.

12 April - 14 April 2019

Main Stage

DANCE

FadedIoannis Mandafounis

What materials make up a dancer’s life? Ioannis Mandafounis stages his own grand finale, with autobiographical elements and touches of humor, offering a secret peek at the life onstage and behind the scenes.

30 May - 2 June 2019

20:30Main Stage

DANCE

O MedeaTrajal Harrell

A seven-person Chorus in the role of Medea re-reads the work’s ethical and political issues, revising them for a contemporary context. How would Medea speak, dance, and take her revenge in 2019?