Vice Versa (2000)
The anatomy of contradiction and complementarity within one body, a dance of the space between two sides, two selves and vice versa; capturing the duality within the multiple human nature. The ‘soloist’ split in two bodies.

Performers: Jamie Dryburgh, Nicky Ellis
Video: Maria Wiener
Costumes: Adonis Volanakis
Set: Konstadinos Zamanis
Lighting: Clare Malesson





A cello, the snail, Tenderness and her Don Quixote (1999)
"sometimes it seems that the things I remember are more real than the things I see" Arthur Golden
Man, woman tight-roping between the real, the ideal and the constructed image of themselves, encounter their nemesis, Don Quixote, who ultimately facilitates their union.

Everyman has a Don Quixote in him, everyman wants an inspiration, for Don it was Dulcinea for me it is Tenderness.

Performers: Sarah Fahie, Ruth Moss, Jamie Dryburgh
Video: Maria Weiner
Music: Aki Omori
Costumes: Lenia Ikonomou
Lighting: Dimitris Koukas

Singed (1999)
As they watch their respective homes destroyed by fire, two people meet at the fire exit. United by loss and memory, all they know of each other is the objects each chose to rescue.

Performers: Natalie Ayton, Jamie Dryburgh
Video: Maria Wiener
Set/Costume: Mariela Nestora
Lighting: Clare Malesson

Point Blank (1998)
Point blank exposes the self in confrontation with its multifaceted nature. A solo for 4 dancers based on ‘Assembly point’ (see below).

Performers: Natalie Ayton, Marilena Petridou, Jamie Drybourgh, Antigoni Avdi
Set/Costume: Mariela Nestora
Lighting: Clare Malesson.



Assembly Point (1998)
The journey of introspection, dissection and deconstruction moving towards the reinvention of another self at the imagined assembly point. A duet for a dancer and a dustbin.

Performer: Natalie Ayton
Set/Costumes: Mariela Nestora
Lighting: Ilias Ledakis, Clare Malesson.



The Difficult Whole (1998)
A quintet for feet, knees, hips, shoulders and a head. A metaphor for the occasionally inevitable perception of our body, not as a whole but as a collection of ‘functional’ and ‘dysfunctional’ parts. The particular characteristics of joints meeting, in their effort towards the difficult whole.

Performers: Sarah Fahie, Snjezana Premus, Natalie Ayton, Jenni Arne, Andreja Rauch
Costumes: Bjorn Tumyr
Lighting: Clare Malesson

Roses are red, violence is blue (1997)
Les petites violences within our inane efforts to communicate. Our obligation to remain violently human. An investigation on the behaviour of violence both on the physical and the emotional level.

Performers: Philipp Gehmacher, Ioanna Portolou, Snjezana Premus, Jenni Arne
Costumes: Matt Edwards.

Can you please carry this for me please? (1996)
The strain of physical illness, the weight of weakness, the need and fear to share it. How to ask for help and from whom. A piece on and around 25 pillows. The psychology of illness, an emotional portrait of the patient and the altered perception of the self and its environment.

Performers: Philipp Gehmacher, Ioanna Portolou, Snjezana Premus, Jenni Arne, Antigoni Avdi
Music: John Sweeney
Costumes: Anna Varouha