Fringe: UIT | EEN | VAL II

Rosanna ter Steege & Yassine Belghanch
Fri 8 Sep ’23 - Sun 10 Sep ’23
A solo dance theatre performance with live set. UIT|EEN|VAL II makes dissociative behavior tangible.
Fri 8 Sep ’23
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Sun 10 Sep ’23

UIT|EEN|VAL II aims to make dissociative behavior tangible and expresses that what normally stays hidden. The piece challenges our conception of the body and psych. An intimate physical dialogue, in which dance and live set are woven into one another, creating a setting that speaks to the unconscious.  

UIT|EEN|VAL II aims to make dissociative behavior tangible and expresses what normally stays hidden. Being fragile and strong at same time, UIT|EEN|VAL II tries to tell the story of trauma and how the body can dissociate from emotions. The piece is challenging our conception of the body and psyche as working in sync, creating a performance in which they sent contradictory signals. Maker and performer Rosanna ter Steege shares the stage with musician and producer Yassine Belghanch to unravel a world of uncertainty, playfulness, struggles, pride and conflict. Based on the autobiographical work of ter Steege, the piece invites you into an unknown world of unrecognized feelings. Together with the viewer, it creates an intimate physical dialogue, in which dance and live set are woven into one another, creating a setting that speaks to the unconscious. 

concept, choreography, performance Rosanna ter Steege music, sound, live set Yassine Belghanch coaching, dramaturgical advice Nine Rab, ICK Artist Space | Astrid Klein Haneveld, Suzy Blok poster, Flyer NOSY | Hanna Rab trailer Unframed Visuals photos Manoah Salampessy, Kim Doeleman, Continuouss Visuals | Daniël Nicoletti registration Unframed Visuals | Corneliu Ganea, Ranierifilm | William Ranieri costume Iris Woutera light advice Rodrigo Ribeiro sound technician Iwan van Wijk supported by and thanks to Amsterdam Fringe, Brighton Fringe, Fonds Podiumkunsten, ICK Artist Space, Electropark Italy, Donaties via VoordeKunst, Fokke Meima & Elsbeth Wubbe, Vondelbunker, Fishing Quarter Museum - The Old Net Loft Brighton. And all that have supported by lovely sharings in all kind of ways.