who-cares_ph. Michael Papamichael
who-cares_ph. Michael Papamichael

Who Cares_  Michael Papamichael
Who Cares_ Michael Papamichael

Who Cares_  Michael Papamichael .jpg
Who Cares_ Michael Papamichael .jpg

who-cares_ph. Michael Papamichael
who-cares_ph. Michael Papamichael

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WHO CARES

The performance explores the tensions created between what we regard good for ourselves and for our bodies based on our personal needs and desires and what society imposes and dictates to us. 

Production: En drasi 2021

photo - Pavlos Vrionides
photo - Pavlos Vrionides

photo - Pavlos Vrionides
photo - Pavlos Vrionides

photo - Pavlos Vrionides
photo - Pavlos Vrionides

photo - Pavlos Vrionides
photo - Pavlos Vrionides

1/5

Fountains of Mojitos 

"In this choreographic work Evie continues her choreographic study on women and explore how four women  share intimacies about friendship, love, sexuality."

In the framework of Terpsihori Programme 2019 of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth 2019

Supported by Dance House Lemesos; Production: En drasi 2019

photo: Papamichael Michael
photo: Papamichael Michael

photo: Papamichael Michael
photo: Papamichael Michael

photo: Papamichael Michael
photo: Papamichael Michael

photo: Papamichael Michael
photo: Papamichael Michael

1/7

genes and tonic

 "An uplifting solo performance which questions the relationship of  the past and our present identity.  A landscape of movement, speech and sound that provokes and energises at the same time."

 

Sponsored by the Cultural Services of the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture.

Supported by Dance House Lemesos.

photo - Giorgos Stylianou
photo - Giorgos Stylianou

photo - Giorgos Stylianou
photo - Giorgos Stylianou

photo - Michael PapaMichael
photo - Michael PapaMichael

photo - Giorgos Stylianou
photo - Giorgos Stylianou

1/3

When it turns red

"A humorous performance that reflects upon the burden of multi-tasking and questions the consequences of being busy on the body and the self."

Production: En drasi 2017
Supported by Dance House Lemesos

photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P
photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P

photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P
photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P

photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P
photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P

photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P
photos: Pavlos Vrionides, Michalis P

1/4

the more you dance the more you get

“The More You Dance the More You Get is a great work about a critical, often misunderstood, issue, acting as a metaphor for the imprisonment of women in its various global forms.” Richard Pettifer – theaterstuck.blogspot.de 

"A powerful and thought provoking solo performance that tackles a constant global occurrence: Trafficking"

Production: En drasi 2016

Sponsored by: the cultural services of the Ministry of Education and Culture

Supported by: Rialto Theatre and Dance House Lemesos