Miller / de´Nobili


Tanzplattform Deutschland 2022,,

Six dancers, six physical types – 40° in the studio. Urban dance, breakdance, contemporary and everything in between. A group of men bounce their bodies off one another or knot them together, loosening or hardening themselves up in an interplay of individuality, group dynamics and common ground. We follow their rules of cooperation, hear the weight of their bodies crash to the floor and feel the air as they reel headlong through the space. Their get-together follows dynamic role patterns and casts aside categories of ‘street and high culture’. Take off or take part. A group, a pack, in movement.

Watch the trailer here.

Choreography: Maria Chiara de’ Nobili & Alexander Miller in collaboration with the dancers /
 Dancers: Egon Gerber, Philip Lehmann, Anton Schalnich, Zino Schat, Constantin Trommlitz, Nam Tran Xuan / Lighting: Geohwan Ju
 / Costumes: Antonia Krull /
 Composition: Michele Strobino
 / Production Management: Michael Lippold
 / Dramaturgy: Marvin Neidhardt / Photos: Carsten Beier / Camera: Pat Schwarz

Please note:
The show includes the use of a fog machine.


Due to sickness, the show on Sunday had to be cancelled. Pre-purchased tickets for the show will be automatically refunded. Please contact for further enquiries.

Sat 19.03.22, 18:00
Sun 20.03.22, 17:00 / CANCELLED!

Venue: HAU2, Hallesches Ufer 32 10963 Berlin
Language: English
Duration: 55'

Visit Information:
Access to this event is according to regulations
currently in place. You can find our hygiene concept here.

Over the course of the piece, physical violence will be hinted at or re-enacted. The audience area is seated. “Early boarding” is possible.


A production by Miller / de' Nobili in co-production with TANZPAKT Dresden (HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts & Villa Wigman für TANZ e.V.) with kind support by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and the State Ministry of Saxony for the Sciences and Arts*. Funded by the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony, the Office for Culture and Monument Conservation of the City of Dresden and the Dresden Foundation for Art and Culture of the East-Saxon Savings Bank of Dresden. Supported by "So geht sächsisch“, 84’Til - Centre for Urban Culture and THE SAXONZ.

*This measure is co-financed by tax revenue on the basis of the budget approved by the Saxon State parliament.