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Vincent Riebeek & Nicolas Rosés

Hyper Real Bromance

The pas de deux is traditionally performed by a man and a woman, and lays bare the power relationships between them. In Hyper Real Bromance the pas de deux is more freely interpreted. The performers flirt with the limits of what's possible in theatre, as well as address the limitations of a society based on binaries. The performance is a hyper-realistic experience for both the performer and the spectator, and invites us to engage in the quest for sincerity in unconventional ways.


Esther Arribas, Fernando Belfiore, Nicolas Rosés


Vincent Riebeek graduated from SNDO in Amsterdam in 2013, and has since been involved in several projects. The most recent is a solo called Flaming Lamborghini produced and presented by Sophiensaele, Berlin. Next to his work in theatre, he also presents work in galleries and exhibition spaces like the project Young Boys Dancing Group. With this group he premiered a collaboration titled Jungle at Tanzhaus Zurich and at FLAM VI (2016), creating an online tv-series named Body & Freedom.


Nicolas Rosés was born in 1988 in Argentina, and graduated at SNDO in 2013. His work is focusses on the research of movement, approaching dance not only as an artistic discipline, but also a political and spiritual practice. His work addresses different topics such as traditional dances, ritual, trance and gender research. "La Comunidad", a piece created together with 15 performers was awarded by the International Theater Festival in Buenos Aires (2015). In 2016 he received a scholarship at the Impulstanz Festival in Vienna. He is a member of the performance dance group Young Boy Dancing Group since 2014.


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