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Ann-Christin Rommen in conversation with Maria Shevtsova Experiencing the Movement: Working with Robert Wilson

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 January 2007

Abstract

Ann-Christin Rommen began to work with Robert Wilson in 1983 with The CIVIL warS. Her long collaboration with him since then has included more than thirty productions, most recently her co-direction of Dreamplay (Stockholm, 1998), Woyzeck (Copenhagen, 2000), Peer Gynt (Oslo, 2005), and The Winter's Tale (Berlin, 2005). She also has her own company in Germany, Codanza, which combines contemporary dance and early music, and whose work has been seen in Europe, Asia, and Australia. In this interview with Maria Shevtsova, which began in Oslo on 7 February 2005, Ann-Christin Rommen offers insights into Wilson's working methods, with particular reference to his Oslo Peer Gynt. Maria Shevtsova, Co-Editor of NTQ, is the author of Robert Wilson for the Routledge Performance Practitioners Series (forthcoming 2007).

Type
Research Article
Copyright
2007, Cambridge University Press

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