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We are the Monsters – Contemporary dance for children, Colette Sadler

We are the Monsters – Contemporary dance for children, Colette Sadler

COLETTE SADLER (UK/DE) 10:00 – 12:00 / 28.09 / WASP We are the monsters is a performance with and for children. Created in December 2011, the performance was created through numerous residencies and presentations; the performance lasts 25 minutes and is followed by a participatory workshop of about 1 hour, for children aged 4 to


Colette Sadler

Born in Glasgow in 1974. Trained in Classical Ballet at the Scottish Ballet, then completed a BA (Hons) at the Laban centre London. On graduation she was a member of Transitions Dance Company 94. She worked Internationally as a dancer between 1995‐2002 with choreographers including Jeremy James, Liz Aggis, Bebeto di Cidra and Cia Vicente

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We are the Monsters, Colette Sadler

COLETTE SADLER (DE) 10:00 – 11:15/ 28.09 / WASP Performance followed by Workshop Choreography & concept: Colette Sadler Performance: Maxwell McCarthy , Yohei Yamada, Flora Wellesley Wesley Music: Noid / Fritz Welch  The presentation of We are the monsters in Bucharest is supported by the NATIONALES  PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) International Guest Performance Fund for Dance,

I not I

Interview with Colette Sadler, choreographer

Colette Sadler is participating in the #8 edition of eXplore dance festival with I not I and We are the monsters (performance and workshop) Andreea Căpitănescu: You are based in Berlin, but your background in dance education comes from UK. When it comes to aesthetics or trends in contemporary dance, there’s always been discussions about how different the two dance