For two weeks, a group of Zurich youths, led by choreographer/dance pedagogue Sabine Schindler and social pedagogue Bettina Aremu, will be working on a dance project entitled wart schnell. "Wart schnell!", that's what we often say, meaning that we'll be ready, ready, or ready in a moment. But (how) does that even work, "wait fast" - does it contain a call for standstill and simultaneous action and thus a contradiction in terms?
In wart schnell the young people ask each other to wait for each other, to listen to each other, to take time for each other. A large carpet on the stage forms the central meeting place where the young people meet, hang out, chill, dance, listen to music, play games or have a pick-nick. In the course of the evening, the young people bring out unbelievable, beautiful, touching, sad, funny, absurd, bizarre stories from under this carpet, telling them in moving pictures and danced moments.
from 12 years