1. 'Political Mother is....as ambitious and as heads-down, hair-prickingly exhilarating as modern dance gets.' The Telegraph, 2010.

    Political Mother brims with Shechter’s emotional and gritty complexity. Pulsating live music, extraordinary ensemble sequences, and cinematic editing make Political Mother a dance experience like no other.

    Performed by 10 dancers, and accompanied by Shechter’s cinematic score featuring a band of live drummers and electric guitarists.

    Political Mother promises to draw audiences back to Shechter’s world whose astonishing unisons, percussive grooves and raw, honest physicality mark him as one of the most exciting artists to emerge in recent years.

    Political Mother world premiered 20 May 2010 at the Brighton Festival.

    ..delivered like a roar of defiance in the face of an omnipotent, malevolent force. It’s visceral, painful and very, very exciting….even in the dark void at its centre there is humanity and tenderness, never quite extinguished.' The Times, 2010.

    Commissioners

    Political Mother is produced by Hofesh Shechter Company and commissioned by Brighton Dome and Festival, Sadler’s Wells and Movimentos – Festwochen der Autostadt in Wolfsburg. The work is co‐commissioned by Biennale de la Danse de Lyon, Théâtre de la Ville, Romaeuropa and Mercat de les Flors. Produced in collaboration with Theatre Royal, Plymouth and with support from DanceXchange, Birmingham. The score for Political Mother was created in collaboration with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and barbicanbite09, with research supported by Jerwood Studio at Sadler’s Wells. Collaboration with FOS supported by Outset.

    For more information on our productions click here: hofesh.co.uk/productions

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  2. 'As always with Shechter, the rhythm of the choreography is riveting, meticulously judged.’ The Guardian, 2009.

    The Art of Not Looking Back is a work by Shechter that is inspired by, and made for, the world-class female dancers of the Hofesh Shechter Company. Physical, complex and unrelenting; Shechter’s favoured theme of ‘man against the world’ is presented in a different and entrancing light.

    The Art of Not Looking Back world premiered in Brighton Dome, for Brighton Festival on 17th May 2009.

    ‘Just when you think you’ve got the measure of Hofesh Shechter he throws something unexpected and apt into the mix.’ The Times, 2009.

    Comissioners

    Commissioned by Brighton Festival. Restaged in 2011 with support from DanceXchange.

    For more information on our productions click here: hofesh.co.uk/productions

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  3. “The piece feels not only bigger than before, but also better, as thrilling a knitting of dance, music and spectacle as a British theatre can ever have seen.” The Daily Telegraph.

    Political Mother brims with Shechter’s emotional and gritty complexity. Pulsating live music, extraordinary ensemble sequences, and cinematic editing make Political Mother a dance experience like no other.

    Performed by 10 dancers, and accompanied by Shechter’s cinematic score featuring a band of live drummers and electric guitarists.

    Political Mother promises to draw audiences back to Shechter’s world whose astonishing unisons, percussive grooves and raw, honest physicality mark him as one of the most exciting artists to emerge in recent years.

    Political Mother: The Choreographer's Cut world premiered on 7th October 2015 at Brixton Academy.

    “Amped up and pumping a mighty wall of sound, Hofesh Shechter’s Political Mother: The Choreographer’s Cut is a howling beast of a dance show.” The Metro.

    Commissioners

    Political Mother is produced by Hofesh Shechter Company and commissioned by Brighton Dome and Festival, Sadler’s Wells and Movimentos – Festwochen der Autostadt in Wolfsburg. The work is co‐commissioned by Biennale de la Danse de Lyon, Théâtre de la Ville, Romaeuropa and Mercat de les Flors. Produced in collaboration with Theatre Royal, Plymouth and with support from DanceXchange, Birmingham. The score for Political Mother was created in collaboration with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and barbicanbite09, with research supported by Jerwood Studio at Sadler’s Wells. Collaboration with FOS supported by Outset.

    For more information on our productions click here: hofesh.co.uk/productions

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  4. TALADRO
    Dramaturgia y dirección: José Alberto Gallardo
    Con: Dionisia Fandiño y Damián Cordero

    Video de la puesta en escena durante su temporada en el Trolebús Escénico La Nave -cultura en movimiento-. Entre marzo y junio de 2012.

    Informes: teatrodelhombrebreve@gmail.com
    http://www.elteatrodelabrevedad.blogspot.com

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  5. TALADRO
    Dramaturgia y dirección: José Alberto Gallardo*
    Con: Dionisia Fandiño y Damián Cordero
    Iluminación: Margarita Garrido
    Producción ejecutiva: Silvia Montes
    Producción: TEATRO de la brevedad/ Insituto Nacional de Bellas Artes/ Coordinación Nacional de Teatro
    Grabado en la temporada en el Teatro Julio Jiménez Rueda dentro del festival 5 Colección de Teatro Alternativo
    Julio 2012
    Una experiencia distinta a la vivida en el Trolebús Escénico La Nave.
    *Becario FONCA Jóvenes Creadores 2011-2012
    Informes: teatrodelhombrebreve@gmail.com

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