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Islands of Empathy (in a sea of chaos)
In November we’re bringing ISLANDS of EMPATHY back to Groningen; an intercultural exploration on how empathy can be the driving force in the way we live together.
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In our latest performance, we’re putting the idea of empathy at the center and explore how it can be the driving force in the way we live together.
Dutch culture constantly teaches us to be the best version of ourselves; individual and independent. Unlike countless other cultures where the emphasis is actually on the collective and much less on personal development. But what if your community turns so close-knit, that the gap with any outsiders only widens?
“Even without leadership, society finds a way to organize itself. Empathy is an important human tool in the effort to design a positive new system. In Islands of Empathy we look for the link between empathy and chaos.” – Roni Haver, artistic leader Club Guy & Roni
ISLANDS of EMPATHY is a collaboration with Senegalese griots; storytellers who keep traditions and history alive with dance, music and poetry. In Senegal, we spoke with spiritual leaders, dancers and artists about empathy and community. These intercultural conversations form the blueprint for our next performance.
The Human Odyssey
Islands of Empathy (in a Sea of Chaos) is part of our Human Odyssey, in which, from a cross-cultural perspective and in collaboration with an international dance company, we investigate different human feelings (love, fear, happiness, empathy).
Islands of Empathy = Club Guy & Roni + Slagwerk Den Haag
Concept and choreography Roni Haver, Guy Weizman
Cast dancers: Camilo Chapela, Angela Herenda, Sofiko Nachkebiya, Adam Peterson, Igor Podsiadly, Awa Seck, Eliana Stragapede, Jésula Toussaint Visser mucisians: Pape Seck, Niels Meliefste (Slagwerk Den Haag)
Light design Maarten van Rossem
Dramaturgy Friederike Schubert