Combining skilfully crafted choreography and sharp humour, Tame Game explores the human tendency to meddle. Three male dancers set up a cheeky and exuberant world in which they test their self-restraint and subvert the conventions of performance. The audience is invited to play along and be complicit in their witty game.
Saturday 10 October
Brescia | Teatro Grande Sala Scenografie
corso Zanardelli, 9a
5 pm – RERUN 7 pm
duration: 20 minutes
created by Moreno Solinas in collaborazione con Igor Urzelai & Csaba Molnár
with Moreno Solinas, Igor Urzelai & Fionn Cox-Davies
music Alberto Ruiz Soler
in collaboration with Joaquin Sanpedro (chitarra e voce) Pablo Barrio Fernández (batteria)
scene David Harris
light design Seth Rook Williams
Moreno Solinas was born is Sassari and trained as a dancer and choreographer at the London Contemporary Dance School (The Place). In 2007 he started collaborating with Igor Urzelai, founding their company Igor and Moreno in 2013.
His work was presented in 13 European states and in the USA, gathering successes amongst which the Rudolf Laban Award 2010 with CITY; special mention at Prix Jardin D’Europe 2010 with CITY; selected for Aerowaves in 2011 with CITY, in 2013 with Life Is A Carnival and in 2015 with Idiot-Syncrasy; selected for Premio Equilibrio 2014 and Vetrina Giovane Danza D’Autore 2014.
Tame Game was created within the artistic project BLOOM! dance collective, which for three years was a platform for Moreno and Igor to collaborate with Hungarian choreographers Csaba Molnar and Viktoria Danya and with composer Alberto Ruiz Soler. Moreno e Igor are currently associate artists of The Place (London) through the Work Place scheme.