World premiere March 25 2011 on the Small stage.
Dance. Silent movies and German theatrical tradition has inspired dancer Patrick Migas to create Raderna Emellan, a completely new production where the languages of dance and theatre complement each other.
A production by Patrick Migas.
Watch a movie from the performance.
Watch pictures from the performance.
The Small Stage provides a setting where dance can continuously develop and encounter other art forms. During the spring of 2011, we present Raderna emellan (In Between the Lines), a production where the languages of dance and theatre complement each other. The production will also tour the Västra Götaland region.
Patrick Migas from the Göteborg Ballet developed the concept, directed the production and created the choreography. Before coming to Göteborg he worked as a dancer in Germany and also had the chance to try his hand at acting. Raderna emellan has been inspired by German theatrical traditions, in which text and staging are independent of each other. Another source of inspiration was actors from the era of silent films, who clearly illustrated both feelings and interpersonal relationships through the use of simple body language.
The ensemble of seven includes both actors and dancers. The music, which will be performed live during the performance, has been written especially for the occasion.
New music by Michael Mennell and Frida Rolfsdotter Thurfjell. Watch, listen and be inspired!
Patrick Migas is from Essen in Germany and was trained in Hamburg, St. Petersburg and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He joined the Göteborg Ballet in 1998 after dancing in Schwerin in Germany. He also has also taken short leaves of absence to dance with the Zaragoza Ballet in Spain and the New Zealand Ballet. With the Göteborg Ballet his performances have included Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Albrecht in Mats Ek’s Giselle, Pepparkaka and Kolaren in The Nutcracker, the friend/lover in Re: Tchaikovsky, Petite Mort, Bella Figura, Artifact II, Raptus, The Waiting, Hon Var Svart and Georgia.