Eun-Me    Ahn

Dancing   Middle-Aged   Men

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In this third and last part of the Dancing...trilogy,, Eun-Me Ahn focuses on another generation : the one of Korean men between 40 and 65 years old. Those who live as business owners, head of family and those who have senior position in companies. The represent the social entity that carries the responsibilities in a Korean society still largely structured around family. Their body, their movement are a testimony and an eye on modern Korea History. They also unveil the negative effects of the spectacular economic rebirth of a country devastated by war and that has become in only a few decades, one of the most dynamic in the world. 


These men belong to a blessed generation that lived without experiencing great disasters. If some managed to acquire material comfort and can think of enjoying a peaceful retirement, many got stuck in modern times trap that catches bodies and minds. 
Infernal rhythms, extreme pressure, overwork and  mental exhaustion with alcoholism as a loop-hole, it is the uneasiness of these Middle-Aged Men Eun-Me Ahn gives us to see. 

Yet, she transposes it with her joie de vivre, and dance, and this work becomes a party, a huge breath of fresh air. 

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Choreography and artistic direction : Eun-Me Ahn

Music: Young-Gyu Jang

Artistic Advisor: Chun Wooyoung

Costumes and Set Design: Eun-Me Ahn

Set: Sunny Im / Yunkwan Design

Lighting design: Jin-Young Jang

Video : Taeseok Lee

Video Production: Eun-Me Ahn Company

Production : Doosan Art Center (DAC), Eun-Me Ahn Company

Booking :  Jean-Marie Chabot

Eun-Me Ahn is associated artist of Théâtre de la Ville-Paris 2018-2019 season.

Work for 10dancers and 10 amateurs

Running time : 90' without intermission

30 people on tour

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Diffusion : jm[at]

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Eun-Me Ahn   on  Tour  /////////////////////

08-10 January 2021 : Yeongdeungpo Art Hall, Seoul (KR) - Dragons - PREMIERE - POSTPONED

29 January 2021 : Festspielhaus St Pölten, St Pölten (AT) - Dragons - POSTPONED

17-20 February 2021 : Kampnagel, Hambourg (DE) - Dragons - POSTPONED

27-28 February 2021 : Forum am Schlosspark, Ludwigsburg (DE) - North Korea Dance - POSTPONED

22-23 April 2021 : Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg (LU) - Dragons

27-28 April 2021 : Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Bruxelles (BE) - Dragons

02 May 2020 : Festival DDD, Porto (PT) - North Korea Dance

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