People Power Partnership
104 YOUNG DANCERS WILL PERFORM ACROSS EUROPE
WHAT IS PPP
People Power Partnership is a largescale, international urban dance & theatre project.
In 2020-2024, PPP will create a total of 14 performances, which will be presented 27 times, using mirrors, HipHop and urban dance as the language of expression. The performances will be in public spaces in 11 different European countries in a collaboration between 14 partner-cities and festivals. PPP is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union
PASSAGE Festival is one of the partners. Each partner will host auditions to find 8 young dancers and performers to join the project. PASSAGE Festival hosted auditions together with the creative team from Aktionstheater PAN:OPTIKUM 19-21 March 2021, where 8 young dancers were selceted to join PPP. In Helsingør, the performance is created by young dancers from Scandinavia and the Czech Republic. With mirrors as a central focal point, both in a figurative sense and in the scenographic framework
PEOPLE POWER PARTNERSHIP
PASSAGE FESTIVAL 2021
The 8 Danish, Swedish and Norwegian dancers, representing the PASSAGE team, performed their first P P P performance 31 July at PASSAGE Festival together with the 8 dancers from Czech republic.
Read more and se video from the performance here
P P P TIMELINE
READ MORE ABOUT PPP
www.people-power-partnership.eu // www.theater-panoptikum.de
INSTAGRAM @passagefestival // @people_power_partnership
FACEBOOK Passage Festival // People Power Partnership
P P P / 31. juli 2021 - Værftshallerne Helsingør
PEOPLE POWER PARTNERSHIP IS
14 partners in 11 European countries
104 young performers
A professional creative team to develop the performances together with participants
13 site-specific productions
1 largescale main performance, which will tour all over Europe in 2023-24.
Aktionstheater PAN.OPTIKUM from Germany is in charge of the project and is known for creating large scale visual dance- and theatre productions.
PPP is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union
The two phases of P P P
Every performance will be presented as part of a festival. The themes are designed for public spaces and are strongly focused on socially relevant topics. The participants will co-create each performance.