The art of dance is precious, as movements irretrievably vanish. What would be more suitable than a dance that reflects our transience? The choreographer Tabea Martin has dedicated an entire trilogy to the topic of death: After «This is my last dance» and «Forever», «Nothing Left» examines the impact that the death of others has on us. While death is the end of life for the deceased, those left behind face a new process. How can life carry on from here? We are helpless when faced with death, which is, however, an inevitable part of our lives. Unconstrained by the usual taboos, Tabea Martin takes a closer look, sets out the main topic and questions it. Dance opens up a new level of communication, thereby allowing the unspeakable to be spoken.

Masks mandatory in the performance venue. Further information here.

Tabea Martin

Tamara Gvozdenovic, Escarleth Romo Pozo, Emeric Rabot, Miguel do Vale, Daniel Staaf, Lohan Jacquet, Panos Malaktos, Georges Hann

Musik, Komposition
Samuel Rohrer

Mirjam Egli

Veronika Mutalova

Bühnenbild- und Kostümassistenz
Danaë Neuhaus

Simon Lichtenberger

Irina Müller, Moos van den Broek

Choreographische Assistenz
Kiyan Khoshoie / Dominique Cardito

Tour Technik
Patrik Rimann, Sebastian Stebler

Oeil Exterieur
Sebastian Nübling

Franziska Ruoss

Tanzfestival Steps – Migros Kulturprozent, Kaserne Basel, Expédition Suisse

Gefördert durch
Fachausschuss Tanz + Theater BS/BL, Pro Helvetia – Schweizer Kulturstiftung, Fondation Nestlé pour l’Art, Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung, Stiftung Wolf, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Landis + Gyr Stiftung