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Deca Dance
Deca Dance
By Ohad Naharin in collaboration with Batsheva Dance Company dancers (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Choreographer Ohad Naharin
Lighting Design for the original creations Avi Yona Bueno (bambi)
Costume Design for the original creations Rakefet Levi Except of “Seder” Costume
Design for “Seder” Sharon Eyal
Music Harold Arlen, Arranged By Marusha
Tracks from ‘Cha-Cha De Amor’ (sung by Dean Martin, Rolley Polley); Goldfrapp Popular song arranged by Dick Dale; The Beach Boys; Missy Elliott; A. Vivaldi; Seefeel Popular song arranged and performed by The Tractor’s Revenge and Ohad Naharin 
Original music Maxim Waratt
Text inspired Charles Bukowski
Batsheva dancers give masterful performance in ‘Deca Dance’. There… is the wonderful way Naharin suggests a sense of order and then suddenly fractures it … there is the compelling sense of watching 17 bodies that rarely touch, yet seem to exist entirely in close tension with each other … there is Naharin’s fascinating use of repetition, and the hypnotic incremental building up of phrases of movement and words…
Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times, February 9, 2009
...this is a fascinating guide to the breadth of Naharin’s performative palate and musical tastes… blessed with a superb international troupe of dancers…provides an excellent window on the world of an ambitious and thoughtful choreographer.
Mark Brown – Telegraph, 2008

May 27, 28, 29
Mossovet Theatre
1 h 10 min without intermission