Impure thoughts is a black comedy about freedom of thought and a more enjoyable life. In her latest work, Dorte Olesen takes the audience on a journey into the subconscious and examines what’s in the minds of adults. Five dancers take a closer look at forbidden thoughts. Tooth and nail they defend the right to think freely and feel strongly about things.
Woodcutting women at Sergelstorg, swinging dildos, real-life king poodles and most recently singing ninth graders. Olesen is a choreographer who has made a name for herself from a series of eye-catching performances, in which she questions standards and highlights taboos with a superb sense of humor in all seriousness. Last season, her work Made in Sweden, a piece about the emotions we rarely let show, was a big hit at Dansens Hus. Olesen sees Impure thoughts as a free standing sequel. This time it’s about the inner life of adults and what happens when we lift the lid.
Price SEK 220
Duration 60 min (no intermission)
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