28-30 april: Moving Futures Rotterdam

Moving Futures Festival is in Rotterdam from
Thursday 28 until Saturday 30 April!

Moving Futures is the festival where you can experience dance by the latest generation of makers in all its manifestations. The festival offers innovative dance in a varied programme of performances, installations, workshops and (after)talks in nine Dutch cities.

The programme:

Thursday 28 April
Opening festival – Dalton Jansen 
20:00 – Foyer Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg

The Woman Destroyed – Courtney May Robertson
20:30 – Theatre Rotterdam Schouwburg
Margela is going Primal – Keren Rosenberg
21:50 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg

Friday 29th of April
Vibes 4 – MUJÕ– Jesus de Vega
19:00 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg
In between – Evangelos Biskas
20:30h – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg
Ohboy! – Antonin Rioche
21:00 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg
Chameleon (film) & Wrapped – Joseph Simon en Tuan Tran
21:50 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg

Saturday 30 april
Sticky Feet X Dancehall – Joseph Simon
14:00 – Dansateliers (→ tickets)
Our Arms Grew Together – Marta & Kim
20:30 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg
Third Culture Jam X House Jam Rotterdam – Joseph Simon
21:30 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg
Zäsur – Elisabeth Borgermans
21:50 – Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg

→  Get your tickets for the MFF Rotterdam: here


About Moving Futures
Since its first edition in 2014, Moving Futures Festival has aimed to increase the visibility of young dance makers. Year in, year out, the festival offers audiences, programmers and venues the chance to get to know the dance performances of these makers in theatres, theatres, galleries, outdoor venues and more. Each city has a special fringe programme so that the festival experience matches the unique character of the city and the locally present venues, makers and dance institutions. The full programme and biographies of the choreographers can be found on movingfutures.nl.

Moving Futures is an initiative of six dance talent development organisations: De Nieuwe Oost, ICK Artist Space, DansBrabant, Dansateliers, Korzo and Grand Theatre Groningen. With their nationwide network and a joining of forces with local theatres and partners, the dance houses aim to make a new generation of choreographers visible on a national scale.

Image: MarkEngelen