Dystopian Dream

Running Time: 75 min
Creation 2017
Wang Ramirez - Dystopian Dream

Dystopian Dream

Running Time: 75 min
Creation 2017
A Sadler’s Wells production created from a concept originated by Nitin Sawhney and co-devised with Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez.

This exciting new dance work in which Wang Ramirez direct and perform, is made to Sawhney’s acclaimed 2015 album Dystopian Dream.

Taking inspiration from threads woven through Nitin Sawhney’s album, this stage interpretation combines choreography, live music and theatre to examine themes of loss, isolation, surrender and continuity. Uniting Wang Ramirez’ extremely physical hip hop influenced dance language with Sawhney’s iconic music and a live singer, the production will take the audience on a journey through parallel universes and unreal dreams.

Featuring animated projections by Nick Hillel, costumes by Hussein Chalayan, lighting by Natasha Chivers and set by Shizuka Hariu.


For any details regarding this production, please contact Sadler's Wells London:

Ghislaine Granger, Senior Producer
ghislaine.granger@sadlerswells.com | +44 (0) 20 7863 8097
 

Wang Ramirez - 1 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 2 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 3 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 4 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 5 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 6 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 7 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 8 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 9 © Johan Persson
Wang Ramirez - 10 © Johan Persson

Concept originator, co-devisor, album composer: Nitin Sawhney 
Directors, choreographers, performers: Honji Wang & Sébastien Ramirez 
Singer: Eva Stone
Set Designer: Shizuka Hariu
Costume Designer: Hussein Chalayan
Video Designer and Projection Mapping: Nick Hillel
Lighting Designer: Natasha Chivers
Dramaturgy and Creative Consultant: Farooq Chaudhry

Production : Sadler's Wells London

 

 

Co-production

Company Wang Ramirez, Clash66
Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg
Théâtre de la Ville-Paris
Stanford Live
L’Archipel, scène nationale de Perpignan

Support

With the support of COLAS