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August 1-5 at CREA
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“Sandra knows how to move me as a spectator with her powerful and energetic body language. She knows how to translate her personal motivation and inspiration into performances that carry a universal layer and thus tells stories that touch them. Her Eastern European heritage is tangible and guiding for her work and transcends cultural and social norms through dance performances and shows a wealth of human beings. ”
- Igor Vrebac, Bosnian / Dutch theater maker
Body as a Weapon
"Amazing how Sandra Kramerová conjures up all those socialist gender roles ★★★★
Her consistent performance in the minimal decor of the solo performance 'Majka' is impressive."
"In the gripping choreography Majka, Sandra Kramerová goes in search of the 'ideal' manifestation of women in 1970s Czechoslovakia. The result is a direct confrontation with universal archetypes." - Karima Aissaoui, Theaterkrant
"Creating a character that makes you feel really involved as an audience, that's what dance maker Sandra Kramerová is very good at. Her solo performance Majka drags me along from the start. But it is precisely because she performs her choreography so strongly that I am left with the feeling that I am missing something. That is a wonderful experience." - Maarten Baanders, Cultuurpers
"In Majka the Slovak choreographer Sandra Kramerová gives a powerful twist to images of women from commercials and political propaganda."
"Kramerová is now alone on stage, but thanks to a strong team in the wings, decor, video, light and sound form a convincing synthesis."
"Sandra’s work is a bright light, a searing, physicalization of our contradictory lives."
- David Neumann,
American choreographer, director and performer
“Sandra dances history, she celebrates survival, she is the winner. But a winner of history never forgets the fight, that's what Sandra tells us in her dance: the history that has not crushed us. ”
- Mira Feticu, writer and columnist