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Lofft Das Theater is OPEN! NOW!

in Dance/What's on
Iggy Lond Malmborg, Physics and Phantasma. (Photo: Renee Altrov)
Iggy Lond Malmborg, Physics and Phantasma. (Photo: Renee Altrov)

More won’t mean less for the new LOFFT Das Theater at Spinnerei.

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Dancing decisively into an “epic year”

in Dance/Philosophies
Can the new year bring you a new, or revived, and exciting, dance habit to bring down barriers? (Public domain photo)
Can the new year bring you a new, or revived, and exciting, dance habit to bring down barriers? (Public domain photo)

“If not now, then when?” A tale about reignited passion, and what you can do to find that yourself in 2019.

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Questioning the “higher female calling”

in Dance
Zsuzsa Rózsavölgyi. Photo courtesy of Lofft
Zsuzsa Rózsavölgyi. Photo courtesy of Lofft

In 1.7, Zsuzsa Rózsavölgyi shows us the broken child, she shows us the broken vessel, which she is gluing piece by piece with molten gold. #LOFFT #Leipzig

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LOFFT current status: critical

in Arts
The LOFFT brings cutting edge performances that reflect our time. It would be very disruptive to the Leipzig art scene were they to be without a stage.
ATOMHEARTMOTHER opened at the Lofft Fri 17 June 2016

The LOFFT brings cutting edge performances that reflect our time. It would be very disruptive to the Leipzig art scene were they to be without a stage.

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euro-scene: Excavating Oskar Schlemmer

in Arts/Dance
Das Triadische Ballett by Oskar Schlemmer circa 1927

“For someone like me, an artist who studied interior design and uses movement as one of her mediums, to see The Triadic Ballet come to life was truly a treasure. It was something I never thought I’d experience. “

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Schröder, Bach, Luther and me

in O & P Highlights/Stage
In celebration of Martin Luther's reformation Mario Schröder has choreographed Bach Johannes Passion.
St. John Passion Premiere 27.10.2017 // Erzähler (Yan Leiva) und Erzähler (Anna Jo) © Ida Zenna

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s reformation, Mario Schröder has choreographed Bach’s Johannes Passion and it’s breathtakingly beautiful.

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