Iceland Dance Company: Black Marrow
Ten years ago we had the privilege to enjoy next to the Guggenheim Bilbao the performance of Erna Ómarsdóttir, a great Choreographer and dancer from Iceland. She is considered one of the best choreographers worldwide and has worked closely with visual artist and musicians like Bjork or Jan Fabre. She is presenting now (February 16 and 17) the impressive piece Black Marrow at the Arriaga Theater in Bilbao. For this venue, she has choreographed for the dancers of the Iceland Dance Company a series of exhausting movements based on rhythm and repetition to the haunting music by Ben Frost. With its original movements and amazing scenery, Black Marrow acts like a mirror of our contemporary relationship with our industrial world.
Special Museum Members discount: get 35% off at the Arriaga Theater ticket office. A maximum of 2 tickets with each Membership Card.
Akram Khan Company: Until the Lions
Akram Khan draws from the Kathak dance, originally from India, and contemporary dance to tell the story of Amba, a princess kidnapped on her wedding day and stripped of her honor, who invokes the gods to seek revenge.
Three Women by Sylvia Plath
A moving poem in three voices with motherhood as its core theme.
Play: An und aus by Roland Schimmelpfennig
The action takes place in a small hotel where three couples are staying. What happens, both inside and outside the hotel, is the product of surreal imagery.
Tickets: Teatro Arriaga box office 25% discount for Museum Members. Maximum: two tickets per card