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Interdisciplinary Ensemble

“The courage with which this dance group brings together different disciplines into an interdisciplinary artwork with art and rock-‘n-roll is admirable and full of potential” – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trouw

Guy & Roni

Guy  Weizman  and Roni Haver have danced with companies including Batsheva  Ensemble (Tel Aviv), Ultima  Vez  (Brussels), Lanònima  Imperial (Barcelona) and finally moving to Groningen (The Netherlands) to work with choreographer Itzik Galili in 1998.  

In 2002 Club Guy & Roni was founded in Groningen, and has since been touring extensively across the Netherlands and abroad with their artistic integrity and trajectory built upon the belief that the complexity of the 21st century world can no longer be described in a single language or art discipline. 

In 2017 Guy Weizman then went on to also become the artistic  director of  the  Groningen based Noord  Nederlands  Toneel (NNT). Together with  the music ensembles  Slagwerk  Den Haag and  Asko|Schönberg, Club Guy & Roni and NNT  form NITE: National Interdisciplinary Theater Ensemble.

Throughout the years they have been choreographers in residence in Staatstheater Oldenburg (Germany) and Tanz Mainz (Germany) as well as as well as guest choreographers for companies including Ballet du Nord (France), Carte Blanche (Norway), The Theatre Ballet Moscow (Russia) and Gothenburg Ballet (Sweden). 

Guy and Roni along with the NITE ensemble continuously collaborate along the interdisciplinary spectrum, working with artists including Manuela Infante (Chile), fashion house Maison the Faux, directors Jan-Christope Gockel and Falk Richter (Münchner Kammerspiele), award winning director Eline Arbo (Norway), the Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg (Royal Flemish Theatre, Brussels) and Schauspielhaus Hannover (Germany). 

The Human odyssey is the consequential result of co-productions with dance companies around the world with a focus on sharing and creating collective stories. 

Meet the ensemble

The result is fearlessly imaginative theatre that is large-scale in vision and experimental in form, filled with exciting risks, challenging esotericism and some thrilling effects” – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Guardian


    • Midnight Rising won the Swan for Best Dance Production 2013;  
    •  Dancer Igor Podsiadly won a Swan for Best Dance Performance 2014 for his role in Naked Lunch;   
    • Golden mask national theatre award 2013, Russia for L’histoire du soldat; 
    • Guy Weizman  Best Director of the year 2018  with Salam.
    • Dear Winnie was named performance of the year in Belgium 2020.


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