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I can take any empty space and call it a stage. A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching him, and this is all that is needed for an act of theatre to be engaged.

The empty space, Peter Brook, 1963

The dancer Rafa³ is generously inviting the spectators on his intimate and expressive transformation through the theater space, where he is sharing his intellectual, physical and emotional dance.
This solo performance is exposing the strength and vulnerability of the single performer on stage while he is submerging him self in movement.

The performance Dance(Rafa³) is part of a series of Solos that highlights the Dance and the Dancer in its bare form, by focusing on the performers relation to the body, it's movements and to the immediate situation of the theater.

Previous versions are Dance(Fabián) and Dance(Maria) both named after the Dancer performing them.

Concept and direction Daniel AlmgrenRecén
Dance Rafa³ Dziemidok
Light Ewa Garniec
Costume Ma³gorzata Fudala
Special thanks to Marysia Stok³osa
Agnieszka Jakimiak
Agata Awruk
Realized with support from Fundacja cia³o/umys³