Preview; 1st time told | 2001


One piece of information - many interpretations: Anna Holter creates a sea of potential stories in Preview; 1st time told by tackling the hypothesis that reality only exists the purely personal reality of each individual. The starting point of her piece is therefore a small piece of information - an action, a word. If it's registered at all, it might be compared with a rain drop that meets other rain drops on its journey: Some ar every similar, others only seem to resemble each other at first glance. In any case, they grow - sometimes larger, sometimes smaller - into a wave, which in turn can meet other waves...

"The tree was beautiful because leafless, but it was easy to sense its sorrow, stuck in an expanse of concrete and cobbles, like a knobbly fishing rod belonging to an Eskimo fifty feet in height, or sixteen metres depending on the value of the Euro and the Blubberdollar, who could only tread the ice with the most gingerly caution and the shark terror of the fish beneath the sand. ..." by Cameron Black
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Concept/choreography/performers: Anna Holter
Music: Rupert Huber
Lighting/technical support: Karl Schlagenhaufer
Text: Cameron M.Black

Performed in i-camp/Neues Theater Munich (D) and at "the best of the Munich scene", Gauting (D).

This project was sponsored by the Swedish embassy in Germany and Hedwig Eleonora Church/Sweden, Tanztendenz München and des i-camps/Neues Theater München.
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