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Dance

Until Our Hearts Stop

Meg Stuart

A belief in magic, or the loss of all illusion? An underground ceremony in a search for intimacy and new forms of contact.

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Meg Stuart (Brussels + Berlin) Damaged Goods & Münchner Kammerspiele

The American choreographer and dancer Meg Stuart studied dance in New York, and is currently living and working in Berlin and Brussels.

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“It transgresses the boundaries of what the theatre can offer in a time of contorted distress; of the generosity we as artists can offer… a felt sense of grounding to ourselves and to those around us, which can last even after our hearts stop.”

Stefan Jovanović, Belyflopmag.com, 2015-12-04

“Masterfully shaped and structured.”

Paul Hughes, Exeunt Magazine, 2017-11-15

Until Our Hearts Stop is an expression of intimacy but not, because of the graphic exaggeration of the means employed, a call for intimacy; closeness does not strip down to its emotional components and reach under skin.”

Iris and Rosie, Writingaboutdance.com, 2017-11-27