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Evelyne Rossie & Jenia Kasatkina (Full Frontal) in ‘WHO Final’ Performed By United-C
French dancer Sophy Ribrault , Belgian dancer-performer Evelyne Rossie , Russian dancer-choreographer Evgenia ‘Jenia’ Kasatkina , Sarah Bostoen , Andrea Hackl , Pauline Roelants , Fanny Vandesande & Hanne Schillemans : ‘WHO Final’ Performed by United-C (2012)
Maarten van der Put, originally a photo & video artist, explicitly quotes his never-fading love for the medium in Who Final. This third and final episode is about suggestion vs. straightforward & unvarnished purity. In Who Final Van der Put brings together a mixed and diverse cast of dancers and performers with whom he celebrates the beauty and the purity of the naked body in the grande setting of a theater.
Artistic directors: Maarten van der Put & Pauline Roelants
Composer: Ralph Timmermans
Performers: Jenia Kasatkina (RU), Sophy Ribrault (FR), Andrea Hackl, Sarah Bostoen (BE),
Evelyne(BE), Pauline Roelants
Special guests: Fanny Vandesande (BE), Jef Stevens (BE), Hanne Schillemans (BE)
Technical realisation video concept: Thomas Rutgers
Light: Raoul Baeten
Floor manager: Rick Hendriks
Office manager: Judith Teunissen
Preliminary: Rinus van der Heijden
United Cowboys, is a Dutch Theater company, settled in Eindhoven.
Under director Maarten van der Put and choreographer Pauline Roelants, United-C creates performances in which more than one discipline participates; dance, music, video, text.
The company works with a varying group of performers, both dancers and actors, from 1 up to 8 persons per performance.
United-C creates works starting from the human being as both mighty as well as vulnerable creatures.
That fascination, observing, registering and pushing to a certain limit, is fuel for the performances of United-C.
One remark: it’s never explicit about a story, an anecdote, only all the components together, they make the piece and form the content. It results in performances known as intriguing and controversial. They “ stand out from the average theater offer by their expressive, musical and straight style”.