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Three couples dancing simultaneously clearly show the passion, the intimacy and the attraction that bodies can express and experience through movement.

Three couples dancing simultaneously clearly show the passion, the intimacy and the attraction through universal gestures of the human body, pushing oral expression and the awareness of being alert to the back. The six dancers from the prestigious Hungarian company Hodworks express themselves sensually in abstract fashion, free of all human personal experiences. Behind the dancers’ almost instinctive movements, the audience can experience how they achieve the essence of passion.

The Hungarian company Hodworks was founded by the choreographer Adrienn Hód in 2007. Her choreographies, several times selected for and winning prizes at international festivals, tend to deconstruct, destabilize and remodel previously existing dance structures. The focus of her work is the status of the performer, taking verbal and physical expression to extremes. Through her singular dance, she opens up a parallel reality that constructs from the unconscious and ecstasy.

Planned functions


Teatre Lliure
12 March at 18:00h
Teatre Lliure
13 March at 18:00h

Show details

90 minutes
29 €
Authorship and direction
Adrienn Hód
Co-creators and performers
Júlia Garai, Csaba Molnár, Balázs Oláh, Attila Rónai, Jessica Simet and Csaba Varga
Assistant director
Ármin Szabó-Székely
Music written and directed by
Ábris Gryllus
Lighting design
Miklós Mervel
Dániel Dömölky
Production / Accompaniment
György Ujvári-Pintér
Trafó KMH, OFF Foundation, with the support of EMMI, Workshop Foundation, Sín Cultural Centre, Art Quarter Budapest and Inversedance Company / Zoltán Imre Program
Tamara Vadas Zsófia, Márcio Kerber Canabarro and Jenna Jalonen