Choreographer: Sol León & Paul Lightfoot

'Shoot the Moon' revolves around the one thing that can create or change a relationship; the solitude between the characters within the same space. The emotions hidden inside and the realization that a part of our identity has been created by generations before us; everybody carries someone else’s logic within them. The set of 'Shoot the Moon' is loaded with symbolism. Windows represent the world outside and the possibility of one’s hopes and dreams. Doors open and close and offer exits or entrances, and prospects of change.

Details

  • Title: Shoot the Moon
  • Date Created: 2006
  • Rights: NDT
  • Choreographer: Sol León & Paul Lightfoot
  • Music: Philip Glass - Movement II from: Tirol Concerto voor piano en orkest © Dunvagen, New York / Albersen Verhuur B.V., ’s-Gravenhage
  • Light: Tom Bevoort
  • Decor: Sol León & Paul Lightfoot
  • Costumes: Sol León & Paul Lightfoot
  • Assistant to the choreographer: Anders Hellström
  • World Premiere: April 27, 2006, Lucent Danstheater, The Hague

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