September 12, 2017
September 14, 2017
September 15, 2017
Swiss dancer and choreographer Nicole Seiler is back in Cairo to present a new edition of her performance “Living-room dancers” as part of the Breaking Walls Festival.
Dance is their passion; they dedicate a good deal of their free time to it. “They” are the protagonists of Living-room dancers, creation in the form of a choreographic walk through the city. Encountered through an audition held by Nicole Seiler in Cairo for two days, these passionate individuals practice tap-dancing, electro, salsa, Argentine tango, expressive dance, samba and even pole dancing.
“Living-room dancers” was designed and performed for the first time in 2008, and since then, Seiler has been developing the concept and making various editions of the performance depending on the place and the city. This is a first time and one of kind experience, especially for Breaking Walls Festival, for which Nicole Seiler is creating a felucca edition of the Living-room dancers’ performance.
The audience members are taken on an audio-guided tour on the Nile on which it will observe these dancers from a distance and listen to their stories related to their passion.
Meeting point: Coffee Bean, Abul Feda Street, Zamalek The feluccas depart on the dock across from the Om Kalthoum statue. Dates and time: September 12: from 9pm to 11pm September 14: from 7pm to 9pm September 15: from 9pm to 11pm
Tickets: EGP 35 Soon available through e7gezly
Concept and direction: Nicole Seiler
Choreography: In collaboration with the dancers
Administration Cie Nicole Seiler: Laurence Rochat
Tour Management Cie Nicole Seiler: Michaël Monney
This performance is in co-production with Théâtre Arsenic, City of Geneva and presented during the Breaking Walls Festival.