Launched last year, 4X − Touring Dance Event will be held again in spring 2024. As part of the event Dance Theatre Raatikko’s piece explores the world of dance with young audiences. Aarteenetsijä A. has lost his body and goes on a scouting mission to find his missing parts. Which parts do you pick up along the way and what do you do with them? Luckily, there are spectators along for the ride, who are sure to have the expertise and help to find the missing body parts!
Premiering in spring 2024, the inclusive children’s piece Aarteenetsijä A. is a journey of discovery of limbs and a leap of faith.
CHOREOGRAPHY Sini Tuominen | PERFORMERS Sami Elovaara ja Sini Tuominen | MUSIC Sami Elovaara | ARTISTIC CONSULTING Jaakko Toivonen
Premiere: 6.4.2024 Dance theatre Raatikko, Vantaa.
Duration: 30 minutes
Recommended age: 3-9 year olds
The work will be performed in the AB Dance Company’s Roofstudio, which is not an accessible space. Audience members arrive in the theatre’s lobby, where they are led as a group into the performance space.
12 € / person all ticket types
40 € / 4 tickets, family package
4X − Touring Dance Event is a mini-festival organised by four dance theatres − AB Dance Company, Minimi, Raatikko and Rimpparemmi − bringing the latest repertoire of each theatre to the stage, offering a front row seat into the world of Finnish dance.
4X will tour across Finland, starting in Rovaniemi in May, then moving to Kuopio, Vantaa and ending in early June in Turku.
The event day at AB Dance Company is Saturday 8.6. and it starts with Raatikko’s children’s piece Aarteenetsijä A. at 14.00. Night of Four Pieces starts the same day at 17.00.
Read more about Night of Four pieces.
Other 4X − Touring Dance Events
18.5.2024 Dance Theatre Rimpparemmi, Rovaniemi, www.rimpparemmi.fi
24.–25.5.2024 Dance Theatre Minimi, Kuopion kaupunginteatteri, www.minimi.fi
31.5.2024 Dance Theatre Raatikko, Vantaa, www.raatikko.fi
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