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Let   Me   Change   Your   Name

Eun-Me    Ahn

About   the   show  //////////////////////////

Let me change your name

With this title, like an invitation, South-Korean Eun-Me Ahn questions identity and the place of individuals in our modern societies by playing with repetition and contratsts.


Between darkness and flashy lights, black and white and bright colors costumes, between shamanist ritual and fashion show, gravity and humor, the movement imposes itself, repetitive, sometimes hypnotic until transe.


In a frantic rythm, the nine performers – including Eun-Me Ahn herself – exchange costumes as they change skin, as they change gender. They dance until forgetting themselves in the movement to create together one unique body. They fade, blend into the group but yet, they are here with their personnality and they state it out loud and clear.


Maybe their name has changed along the way… Maybe not…


What about you ?

Credits  /////////////////////////////////////////


Choreography and artistic direction: Eun-Me Ahn

Music : Young-Gyu Jang

Costumes and set design: Eun-Me Ahn

Lighting design: Andre Schulz

On tour with the support of KAMS / Center Stage Korea

Work for 8 dancers 

Running time : 60'

14 people on tour

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

15-17 March 2024 : Auckland Arts Festival, Auckland (NZ) - Dragons

23-25 April 2024 : Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg (LU) - Koshigi Monologue

10-11 May 2024 : Hellerau, Dresden (DE) - Dancing Grandmothers

14 May 2024 : Tanz! Heilbronn, Heilbronn (DE) - Dancing Grandmothers

16-17 May 2024 : Ruhrfestspiele, Recklinghausen (DE) - Dancing Grandmothers

Video  /////////////////////////////////////////


Diffusion : jm[at]

Facebook : Eun Me Ahn Company안은미 컴퍼니

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