"Hubert Essakow" tag
Tommy Franzen and Dickson Mbi in The Wall.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Russell Maliphant Company – maliphantworks: Wall, One part II, Two, Afterlight (Part One) – London

★★★★★   The hour-long evening is a magical experience, a testament to the decades-long collaboration between Maliphant and Hulls…

Luke Crook and Monique Jonas in Hubert Essakow's Terra.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Hubert Essakow – Terra – London

First some housekeeping: I saw the first night of “Terra”, which was a preview – the press night is the third performance (25 February). So see this as impressions of the show, and when I see “Terra” again, towards the end of the run, I’ll update.

Benjamin Warbis, Rob Bridger, Monique Jonas and Luke Crook in Hubert Essakow's Terra.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Hubert Essakow’s Terra

Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

Kirill Burlov and Rob McNeill in Burlov's Absinthe.© Hugo Glendinning. (Click image for larger version)

Print Room at the Coronet – 1898 Festival, works by Hubert Essakow, Kirill Burlov, Tamarin Stott, Mbulelo Ndabeni – London

…a quartet of fifteen-minute pieces tagged ‘work in progress’ and which Anda Winters, the Print Room artistic director, says they look to carry on developing. I hope this comes off; it will be an interesting exercise to track.

Hubert Essakow.© Hubert Essakow. (Click image for larger version)

Hubert Essakow – Choreographer and curator of the 1898 Contemporary Dance Festival

5 Questions for Hubert Essakow on the 1898 Contemporary Dance Festival and more…

Sara Kestelman in Ignis.© Jane Hobson. (Click image for larger version)

Hubert Essakow – Ignis – London

This is top-notch, thoughtful and satisfyingly un-sensational dance drama.

Sonya Cullingford and Simone Muller Lotz in Flow.© Hugo Glendinning. (Click image for larger version)

Hubert Essakow – Flow – London

Essakow has continued to evolve as a choreographer, thanks to his association with The Print Room. Its high standards of presentation attract first-rate collaborators and performers, and by including spoken and projected words, Flow attracts non-dance-specialist audiences.

Print Room and AP Productions – Jealousy – London

Come the end of 2012, this is likely to be one of my highlights of the year. It’s not often I see a show and then book to see the same cast immediately again or pester others to go. The reason is that Jealousy works on so many different levels…

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