– a dance performance about women in menopause
Woman’s body dives right into the sore spot: When the woman’s body goes into menopause. For many years, it has been either taboo or slightly derogatory to talk about hot flashes, dizziness, hormone components, lack of desire or other signs of menopause. The body changes – life changes – but in the fall from the fertility peak, the middle-aged woman is driven out on a siding. At least this was how it was before the 50s became the new 40s and both men and women prolong life and youth.
Choreographer Thomas Eisenhardt and director Kamilla Wargo Brekling together with composer Fredrik Lundin and set designer Kasper Hansen from KAPSPERSOPHIE and four female performers, at the right age of course, create a thoughtful and humorous dance performance about the female body.
Read more about the practicalities of the performance at the bottom of this page.