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From left: Jacob Stage, Kasper Ravnhøj and Thomas Bentin.

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From left: Thomas Bentin and Jacob Stage.

On the picture: Jacob Stage.

On the picture: Jacob Stage.

On the picture: Jacob Stage.

From left: Jacob Stage and Kasper Ravnhøj (on top).

From left: Jacob Stage and Kasper Ravnhøj (on top).

From left: Thomas Bentin and Jacob Stage.

From left: Thomas Bentin (head down) and Jacob Stage.

From left: Thomas Bentin and Jacob Stage.

BRIGHT LIGHTS

2005

 

May 5.-21, 2005, Dansescenen.

 

(...) Mute Comp. is one of modern Danish dance’s most inspiring, creative and talented young companies with a good grasp of the latest forms of dance, mime, juggling, text and theatre.Mute Comp. is something as rare as an audacious company of louts that dares to do and does it. It is just tremendous.

Weekendavisen, 05.05.05.

 

The result is a formidable and inspiring display of body theatre supported by a brilliant sense of pictures, timing, a wide range of dance techniques, exciting folk music played on accordion and a lovely black, wired and crazy sense of humour. Definitely worth seeing …

Jyllandsposten, 11.05.05.

 

I’m a chicken with the head cut off this line now now. I’m just not right she said I think she said turn right now. (Text: Kasper Ravnhøj).

 

Bright Lights is a performance about loss. A crowded forest of spruces creeps into the living room and under your skin. It snows inside and outside. "Bright Lights" is a melancholy story with also humour, an English mime artist, man-power dance, a dancing accordion and an unlucky Ninja!

"Bright Lights" tours in Syria in connection with the Bosra International Dance Festival.Bright Lights is staged at the old Roman amphitheatre for an audience of about 12.000 people. During the same tour Mute Comp. also performs in the desert village Palmyrra and the Syrian capital of Damaskus.