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I WILL TELL YOU WHEN I AM READY

Choreography, concept, performance: Sanna Myllylahti
Sound design: Otso Lähdeoja
Lighting design: Meri Ekola
Dramaturgy: Minna Harjuniemi
Production: Zodiak – Uuden tanssin keskus, Sanna Myllylahti
Residences: Routa, Taideyliopisto ETLAB, Quanta (Art), Cap Vermell Cultural Centre

Photos: Laura Kauppinen

Post-performance discussion on 4.4.

Tickets: 23/15 €

Ticket sales starts on Dec 15.

ZODIAK STAGE

Double-bill evening with:
Kati Raatikainen:
Yhteis(ty)ö

Duration of the double-bill: 1 h 45 min

30.3.2016 19:00 Premiere
31.3.2016 19:00
2.4.2016 19:00
3.4.2016 15:00
4.4.2016 19:00

Performance archive 2016 Sanna Myllylahti: I WILL TELL YOU WHEN I AM READY

Choreographer Sanna Myllylahti's new solo performance I WILL TELL YOU WHEN I AM READY is a physical, motion-oriented contemporary dance piece that examines through the body the conflict between constant hurrying ahead, achieving of things and our limited time on earth.

It is the first part of Myllylahti's trilogy Kesken (In Progress). Its core is formed by the beautiful yet hideous aspect of being in progress; of beginnings, starts and starting.

Being ‘in progress’ often demands explanations. Why has something not been completed? What is the beginning? Can one be ready in the beginning? The beginning is full of unrealized potential; it is a space for imagination. The thought of being unable to go back to the beginning burdens one with awareness of and responsibility for the uniqueness of the human life. Yet a single movement could change everything. 

The performance praises the incomplete nature of human beings, but also the absurd perseverance with which the human being tries to become ready, to finish something meaningful.

Sanna Myllylahti has worked as a choreographer since the mid-1990s. Myllylahti lived almost 20 years in Amsterdam and worked internationally as a frelancer. She is currently working as a senior lecturer of contemporary dance in the Theatre Academy at the University of the Arts Helsinki.