Who owns the stage? This is what four Krump dancers ask themselves and take the audience into the spotlight. Krump is a dance style that has only recently appeared on stage. It emerged as an Afrodiasporic dance culture on the streets of L.A. and is based on a rebellion against social inequality and discrimination. For many dancers, Krump is still a refuge and family replacement to this day. The Krump community creates community, it's about showing up and supporting each other.
Choreographer Janne Gregor transfers Krump's self-empowering attitude to life into the theater space and breaks down the usual hierarchies between audience and performers. In close exchange with students, a lively choreography is created live. Dance becomes a means of communication, every performance becomes a unique experience that makes it clear why you simply can't stop dancing.
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Janne Gregor (Künstlerische Leitung, Choreografie)
Lena Klink (Assistenz)
Thomas Schaupp (Dramaturgische Begleitung)
Johanna Schraut (Bühne, Kostüm)
Amelie Mallmann (Tanzvermittlung)
Lucia Matzke (Tanzvermittlung)