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 2014 / 2015 
 Wiener Festwochen 2015
 imagetanz 2015 - Festival for Choreography, Performance and uncanny Bodies
 Secret Ingredients
 2014 / 2015 
 Freischwimmer 2014 - INTIM

Borders zigzag through our lives, as demarcation lines between cultures, identities, countries and many more, enabling us to make sense of the world, but at the same time creating categories of understanding that demand constant re-visiting and re-defining. For the past seven years brut has been persistently challenging the boundaries of artistic disciplines, gender identities, pop culture and contemporary performance, in order to undermine the status quo and to create productive cracks in the foundations of our thinking. Artistic innovation relies on permanently testing the scopes and limits of agency again and again. Starting in its eighth season with the key topic Borderless, brut presents a number of performances that all topple the border between the stage and the audience, theatre and the outside world, lived identity and artistic appropriation, dreading and dreaming.
In her new solo performance, Universal Dancer, Doris Uhlich goes all out. Unwilling to settle for the alleged invariability of circumstances, she herself becomes the epicentre of a virulent tremor that bears the potential of swelling into a mass movement. Gin Müller and Gorji Marzban bring the personal biographies of three transgender persons onto the stage in TRANS GENDER MOVES. As they share their transformation processes, they transgress conventional ideas of gender and sexuality, aiming for a self-defined gender identity. In All Ears, Kate McIntosh engages her audience in a major eavesdropping operation. In an utterly subtle and charming manner, she weaves the communal shared time into a story she eventually uses to carry off the audience to unknown places. Watch Out: Visual artist Vlad Basalìcì and choreographer Ivana Müller combine their two pieces It is what it is and We Are Still Watching in a double bill and transform the theatre space into a social lab, in which a temporary community is formed. Proposing very clearly scripted scenarios, they invite the audience to observe closely and to read between the lines, while subtly leading them from their role as passive spectators right into the centre of action. Florentina Holzinger deals with a borderline experience of a somewhat different kind: she had suffered a bad accident on stage during a performance of Kein Applaus für Scheiße last year. In her new production, Recovery, she faces the trauma and tackles the question, in what ways healing can be derived from art.

 Programme  25 September to 1 November 
Doris Uhlich
Watch Out
Performance in englischer Sprache
Kate McIntosh
Performance in englischer Sprache
Gin Müller & Gorji Marzban
Performance in deutscher und englischer Sprache
Florentina Holzinger
Performance in englischer Sprache
 2013 / 2014 
 Everything must go! 2014
 Village People
 imagetanz 2014 - Festival for Choreography, Performance and Care
 Nachhaltig scheitern
 The Power of Voice
 2012 / 2013 
 Everything must go! 2013
 A Ballet Trilogy by Doris Uhlich
 imagetanz 2013
 Don't look back
 Out of Order
 Freischwimmer 2012 • Exploit yourself!
 Freedom of Speech
 2011 / 2012 
 Everything must go! 2012
 Community works!
 imagetanz 2012 - Festival for Choreography, Performance and Work
 Alles Uhlich!
 Baltic Games
 Video gehört auf jede Bühne!

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