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Opportunities: Open Call for Choreographers – LUCKY TRIMMER (Fee)

Opportunities: Open Call for Choreographers – LUCKY TRIMMER (Fee)

LUCKY TRIMMER is seeking original short pieces for its 25th edition, held on April 14th & 15, 2017 at SOPHIENSAELE theatre in the heart of Berlin-Mitte. 
LUCKY TRIMMER spotlights both emerging and established artists by showcasing a selection of works that are engaged with physicality, movement and performance. For each edition, our curatorial team selects short pieces that touch our hearts out of a pool of international applications and assembles them to form an extravagant feature-length program. LUCKY TRIMMER stands between worlds by bridging the avant-garde and the mainstream and by combining artistic excellence with the lightness of entertainment. Our world revolves around contemporary dance but is open to all genres as long as the 3 LUCKY-rules are followed: be original, be bold and keep it under 10 minutes! Thanks to our ever growing global exposure and worldwide reputation, they have been able to invite international artists and professionals of the cultural and art sectors as regular guests of our platform. They have developed a network of co-production partners and collaborators with whom they now nurture close relationships providing our featured artists with additional performance opportunities. For more information please visit www.luckytrimmer.com
Submit your creation online NOW! 

HOW // Submit your application and video online http://www.luckytrimmer.com/index.php?id=14&L=0
Submissions are subject to an application fee of 15 €

DEADLINE // NOVEMBER 30th, 2016

SHOWS // APRIL 14th & 15th, 2017 (3 shows in total – technical rehearsal APRIL 13th, 2017)

WHERE // SOPHIENSAELE theatre in the heart of Berlin-Mitte, Germany

MONEY // 500 € per piece + a small financial contribution will be offered towards the coverage of travel and lodging costs (depending on budget).
They can assist our artists in finding cheap or occasionally free lodging.

INFO // Our 10-minute-limit per piece is as always holy and non-negotiable! You will only have 1 hour to tech and space your piece on stage so keep your lighting and technical wishes simple.

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Caden Manson is Editor In Chief and Curator of Contemporary Performance Network and co-founder and artistic director of Big Art Group, a New York City performance company founded in 1999.

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