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Choreography, Lighting, Soundtrack
Emanuel Gat

Upcoming Performances
Durham, NC: July 5-6

Assistant to the Choreographer
Michael Löhr

Music
Ludwig van Beethoven, piano sonata no, 32 op. 111.
Piano by Mitsuko Uchida.
Soundtrack created in collaboration with Frédéric Duru

World Premiere
July 5, 2014
American Dance Festival
Durham, NC

 

Rain Dogs

Choreography
Johan Inger

Assistant to the Choreographer
Karl Inger

Set Design
Johan Inger

Costume Design
Johan Inger

Lighting Design
Peter Lundin

Music
Tom Waits

“Kommienezuspadt,” “Make it Rain,” “Dirt in the Ground” and “Hoist that Rag” written by Tom Waits & Kathleen Brennan; “Frank’s Wild Years” written by Tom Waits © Jalma Music (ASCAP); “Step Right Up” and “The Piano Has Been Drinking” written by Tom Waits, courtesy of BMG Gold Songs (ASCAP) o/b/o Six Palms Music Corporation (ASCAP). Music Clearance by BZ/Rights & Permissions, Inc.

Cedar Lake Premiere Date
Feberuary 13, 2014
Irvine Barclay Theatre
Irvine, CA

 

Tuplet

Choreography
Alexander Ekman

Costume Design
Nancy Haeyung Bae

Lighting Design
Amith A. Chandrashaker

Music and Sound
Mikael Karlsson, Featuring “Fly Me To The Moon,” performed by Victor Feldman, from the album “Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s.”

FLY ME TO THE MOON (IN OTHER WORDS) WORDS AND MUSIC BY BART HOWARD TRO-© Copyright 1954 (Renewed) Hampshire House Publishing Corp., New York, NY International Copyright Secured, Made in the U.S.A. All rights reserved Including Public Performance for Profit. Used by Permission.

Premiere Date
January 31, 2012
La Maison de la Danse
Lyon, France

 

Indigo Rose

Choreography
Jiří Kylián

Costume Design
Joke Vissar

Décor Design
Jiří Kylián

Lighting Design (original)
Michael Simon

Light re-design (NDT II, 2005)
Kees Tjebbes

Video/Camera 
Hans Knill

Video/Editing 
Rob De Groot

Assistants to the choreographer
Amos Ben-Tal & Aurelie Cayla

Music
Robert Ashley “Factory Preset” (1993); François Couperin, from “l’Apothéose de Lully,” “Plainte des Memes” (1725); John Cage, from “Three Dances for Two Prepared Pianos,” Dance No. 1 (1945); J.S. Bach, from “Das wohltemperierte Klavier,” Fuge No. 8 in E Flat Minor (1722).

“Factory Preset” is used by permission of Robert Ashley.

Cedar Lake Premiere Date
February 3, 2013
TITAS
Dallas, TX

 

Necessity, Again

Choreography & Lighting Design
Jo Strømgren

Costume Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Associate Lighting Design
Jim French

Music 
Charles Aznavour (“Que c’est Triste Venise,” “La Mamma,” “L’amour c’est comme un jour,” “Dèsormais,” “Trousse Chemise,” “Sarah,” “Le Temps”), with text by Jacques Derrida; additional music by Bergmund Skaslien.*

Premiere Date
May 22, 2012
The Joyce Theater
New York, NY

 *“Que c’est Triste Venise”: French Text by Francoise Dorin; Music by Charles Aznavour © Copyright 1965 (Renewed) Editions Musicales Charles Aznavour, Paris, France.TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp.,New York, controls all publication rights for the U.S.A. and Canada. Used by Permission.
“La Mamma”: Original French Text by Robert Gall; Music by Charles Aznavour © Copyright 1964 (Renewed) Editions Musicales Charles Aznavour, Paris, France,TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., New York, controls all publications rights for the U.S.A. and Canada. Used by Permission.
“Desormais” 50%  Georges Garvarentz & Charles Aznavour – (50% TRO & 50% France Music .
“Trousse Chemise”  100% Charles Aznavour and Jacques Mareuil France Music Corp. (ASCAP).
“Le Temps”: From the Musical Production “The World of Charles Aznavour” Original French Text by Charles Aznavour; Music by Jeff Davis © Copyright 1964 (Renewed) Editions Musicales Charles Aznavour, Paris, France, TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., New York, controls all publications rights for the U.S.A. and Canada. Used by Permission.
“Deconstruction & Necessity” Spoken word recording by Jacques Derrida,© LTM Recordings. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Also featuring “L’amour c’est come un jour,” and “Sarah” by Charles Aznavour.

Grace Engine

Choreography
Crystal Pite

Costume Design
Nancy Bae

Lighting Design
Jim French

Music
Owen Belton

Premiere Date
January 31, 2012
La Maison de la Danse
Lyon, France
 

Violet Kid

Choreography & Music
Hofesh Shechter

Assistant to the Choreographer
Bruno Guillore

Lighting Design
Hofesh Shechter, Jim French

Costume Design
Hofesh Shechter, Junghyun Georgia Lee

Musicians
Ramon de Bruyn, Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf, Tawnya Popoff

Recorded Percussion
Nathan Davis, Matthew Gold

Premiere Date
September 29, 2011
Theater Bonn
Bonn, Germany

 

Horizons

Choreography
Andonis Foniadakis

Lighting Design
Clifton Taylor

Costume Design
Tassos Soffroniou

Music
Julien Tarride

Premiere Date
May 7, 2013
The Joyce Theater
New York, NY

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Ten Duets on a Theme of Rescue

Choreography
Crystal Pite

Costume Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Lighting Design
Jim French

Music
Selections from the original motion picture soundtrack of “Solaris” by Cliff Martinez

Premiere Date
January 10, 2008
Cedar Lake Theater

 

Orbo Novo

Choreography
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

Assistant to the Choreographer
James O’Hara

Lighting Design
Jim French

Scenic Design
Alexander Dodge

Costume Design
Isabelle Lhoas

Costume Design Assistant
Frederic Denis

Music
Szymon Brzóska

Music performed by: Mosaic String Quartet: Jane Chung & Liza Zurlinden, violins; Tawnya Popoff, viola; & Greg Hesselink, cello; with guest pianist Aaron Wunsch

Text
Orbo Novo incorporates the words of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor from her original work, “My Stroke of Insight” Full version of Jill Bolte-Taylor’s speech visit TED.com.

Premiere Date
July 8, 2009
Jacob’s Pillow Festival
Beckett, MA

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Annonciation

Choreography
Angelin Preljocaj

Assistant to the Choreographer
Julie Bour

Lighting Design
Jacques Chatelet

Set Design
Angelin Preljocaj

Costume Design
Nathalie Sanson

Music
“Crystal Music” by Stephane Roy “Magnificat” by Antonio Vivaldi

Company Premiere Date
June 2, 2008
Cedar lake Theater

Sunday, Again

Choreography
Jo Strømgren

Lighting Design
Jim French and Jo Strømgren

Set Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Costume Design
Jo Strømgren

Music
J. S. Bach “Jesu, Meine Freude”; Motet No. 3 in E minor “The Well Tempered Clavier” Sonata #2-3

Premiere Date
February 29, 2008
House of Dance
Oslo, Norway

Decadance

Choreography
Ohad Naharin

Costume Design
Rakefet Levy

Lighting Design
Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)

Music
“Have Nagila” by Dick Dale; “Ehad Mi Yodea” by Ohad Naharin and the Tractor’s Revenge; “Stabat Mater” by Anonio Vivaldi; “Mabrouk Wo Arisna” by Ali Hassan Kuban; “Hawaii Five-O Theme” by Morton Stevens; “Sonata No. 9″ by Ludwig van Beethoven; “Claudia” by Fabrizio Predagion (SIAE) and Roberto Pregadio (SIAE)

Company Premiere Date
June 11, 2007
Cedar Lake Theater

World Premiere: 2000, Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel-Aviv

frame of view

Choreography
Didy Veldman

Costume and Scenic Design
Miriam Buether

Lighting Design
Ben Ormerod

Music
Arranged by Philip Feeney “K’in sventa ch’ul me’tik kwadulupe” by Osvaldo Golijov, performed by Kronos Quartet; “Mugam Sayagi” by Franghiz Ali-Zadeh, performed by Kronos Quartet; “Barcarolle” by Jacques Offenbach / Manuel Rosenthal; Original Composition by Philip Feeney; “Ne me quitte pas” by Nina Simone; “Anastja” by Kimmo Pohjonen; “Let’s Never Stop Falling in Love” by Thomas M. Lauderdale /China Forbes, performed by Pink Martini; “And The Door Is Still Open,” performed by Dean Martin

Premiere Date
January 8, 2009
Cedar Lake Theater

The Fools

Choreography
Hofesh Shechter

Assistant to the choreographer
Bruno Guillore

Lighting Design
Hofesh Shechter

Associate Lighting Designer
Jim French

Costume Design
Hofesh Shechter

Costume Design Assistant
Mathew Gnagy

Music
Hofesh Shechter

Additional Music
Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti: “Sonata in B minor, K. 87: Andante,” performed by Ivo Pogorelich. Sergio Mendes: “Fanfarra (Cabua-Le-Le)”

Premiere Date
October 7, 2010
UNC, Chapel Hill Memorial Hall
Chapel Hill, NC

UNIT IN REACTION

Choreography
Jacopo Godani

Music
Ülrich Müller and Siegfried Rössert of 48Nord

Costume and Lighting Design
Jacopo Godani

Premiere Date
July 1, 2010
Spoleto Festival
Italy
 

Simply Marvel

Choreography
Regina van Berkel

Costume Design
Regina van Berkel

Lighting Design
Dietmar Janeck

Music and Sound
“Nel cor più non mi sento” by Niccolò Paganini (Introduction and Variations in G Major for violin, Op. 38), performed by Viktoria Mullova; additional music by Theo Verby

Premiere Date
March 10, 2012
Center for the Arts Concert Hall
Fairfax, VA

Rite

Choreography
Stijn Celis

Costume Design
Catherine Voeffray

Lighting Design
Stijn Celis

Lighting Supervisor
Jim French

Music
“Le Sacre du Printemps” by Igor Stravinsky, performed by Fasil Say for two pianos

Company Premiere Date
January 10, 2008
Cedar Lake Theater

World Premiere: 2007, Bern Ballet

Symptoms of Development

Choreography
Jacopo Godani

Video Design
Gilles Papain

Video Engineer
Jocopo Godani

Costume Design
Jocopo Godani

Lighting Design
Jocopo Godani

Music
Ülrich Müller and Siegfried Rössert of 48nord

Premiere Date
January 17, 2007
Cedar Lake Theater

Hubbub

Choreography
Alexander Ekman

Lighting Design
Jim French

Costume Design
Alexander Ekman

Costume Design Assistant
Luke Simcock

Text
Spenser Theberge

Music
“Amapola,” “Isle of Capri” and “Sibone (Instrumental)” performed by Xavier Cugat from La Cucaracha: The Hits of Xavier Cugat, 2006 Prestige Elite Chopin: “Nocturnes,” Op. 9-2. #2 in E flat, performed by Peter Schmalfuss

Premiere Date
October 7, 2010
UNC, Chapel Hill Memorial Hall

memory/measure

Choreography
Luca Veggetti

Costume and Stage Design
Luca Veggetti

Lighting Design
Roderick Murray

Music and Sound
Paolo Aralla (new score, for voice and electronics)

Voice
Sara Gamarro

Text
Luca Veggetti
Cedar Lake Theater

Premiere Date
January 8, 2009

Rastay

Choreography
Edgar Zendejas

Costume Concept
Edgar Zendejas

Lighting Design
Jim French

Music
“The River II,” by Ketil Bjornstad and David Darling; “Mistur,” written by Jon Thor Birgisson, Agust Aevar Gunnarsson, Georg Holm; “YKKO” and “Three Days” Original Compositions by Jean-Philippe Barrios

Guitar
Christophe Rodomisto

Premiere Date
November 17, 2006
State Theater
New Brunswick, NJ

Vastav

Choreography
Benoit-Swan Pouffer

Assistant to the Choreographer
Alexandra Damiani

Costume Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Lighting Design
Jim French

Sound Design
Stefano Zazzera

Music
Music: Stefano Zazzera
Ethnic strings, percussion: Christopher Lovrin
Lyrics, vocals, percussion: Slavko Bosnjak
Saxophone, clarinet: Richard Cohen
Vocals: Carla Bosnjak

Premiere Year
November 17, 2006
State Theater
New Brunswick, NJ

Hammer

Choreography/Concept
Benoit-Swan Pouffer

Assistant to the Choreographer/Concept
Alexandra Damiani

Music/Original Composition
Stefano Zazzera

Strings Arrangement
Stefano Zazzera and Rolando Macrini

Live recordings
Etnoise Soundgenerator Studio

Costume Design/Scenic Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Lighting Design
Jim French

Projection Design
Adam Larsen

Premiere Date
April 2006
Cedar Lake Theater

Between Here and Now

Choreographer
Benoit-Swan Pouffer

Assistant to the Choreographer
Alexandra Damiani

Music
“Skomposto For A Dream” by Stefano Zazzera
Performed by Stefano Zazzera

Production Designer
Adam Larsem

Costume Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Lighting Design
Jim French

Stunt Coordinator
Rick Sordelet

Premiere Date
January 2006
Cedar Lake Theater

Lasting Imprint

Choreography
Nicolo Fonte

Asstistant to the Choreographer
Thomas Klein

Music
Triple Quartet by Steve Reich

Costume Design
Marija Djordjevic

Lighting Design
Brad Fields

Premiere Date
January 2006
Cedar Lake Theater

4 Flights Down

Choreographer
Emily Molnar

Original Composition
Gordon Cobb

Costume Design
Junghyun Georgia Lee

Lighting Design
Jim French

Premiere Date
January 2006
Cedar Lake Theater

Seed

Choreographer
Benoit-Swan Pouffer

Music
Stefano Zazzera

Projection Design
Adam Larsen

Costume Design
Nancy Haeyung Bae

Lighting Design
Jim French

Set Design
Timothy R. Mackabee

Premiere Date
October 24, 2005
Cedar Lake Theater

Choreography
Benoit-Swan Pouffer

Assistant to choreographer
Alexandra Damiani

Costumes
Maor Zabar

Lighting & Scenic Design
Clifton Taylor

Music
Mikael Karlsson, Original Score, Strings recorded by Sirius Quartet.

Premiere Date
June 15, 2013

on this planet

Choreography
Benoit-Swan Pouffer

Collaborative Associate
Alexandra Damiani

Lighting Design
Jim French

Costume Design
Nancy Haeyung Bae

Costume Design Assistant
Mathew Gnagy

Music
Mikael Karlsson

Text
Rob Stephenson

Premiere Date
April 16, 2010
Festspielhaus
Baden Baden, Germany

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