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The Choreography has toured schools in Sweden since 2016 and been experienced by over 4,000 pupils. For the first years of touring, The Choreography was only available in Swedish, which meant that many pupils were unable to participate or that they could not participate in the same way as their classmates. That is why we have translated the performance into nine additional languages, giving everyone the chance to participate on equal terms. The Choreography is available in 10 languages ​​simultaneously from the autumn term of 2019.

Photographer: Rebecka Holmström


The Choreography
is a participatory performance. This means that the audience participates by listening to a voice through a pair of headphones. Only the participating audience will be in the room – there are no dancers or actors in the performance, and no one else is watching.

  • The performance comprises half a class, with a maximum of 16 persons at a time.
  • The performance lasts about 45 minutes.
  • The performance requires no prior knowledge and everyone can join in!
  • The performance is available in Arabic, Dari,English, Farsi, Pashto,Russian, Somali, Sorani, Swedish and Turkish and each pupil can choose anonymously which language they want to hear through the headphones.

Supplement with a workshop

You can supplement the performance by booking a movement workshop which one half of the class can participate in while the other class does The Choreography. The workshop is based on cooperation and solving problems together.

 

Teacher’s Guide

If you are a teacher with pupils who will attend The Choreography, read this guide prior to the performance. If you want to continue working with the performance afterwards, there are also suggestions for follow-up questions.

Link to Teacher’s Guide 

 

Do you want to book The Choreography or learn more?

Send an email to info@koreografin.se or phone 0730678858.

Schools in the City of Stockholm can use the Kulan subsidy programme which offers a premium for each student.

Book through Kulan

Photographer: Rebecka Holmström