Podcast KVS en route
KVS is jumping on the podcasting bandwagon! We are happy to introduce KVS en route, a podcast that wants to serve as a wayfinder through some of our KVS creations. On your way to or from the performance, it whispers lots of extra knowledge into your ear.
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The first instalment of KVS en route gets you acquainted with Dear Winnie. Director Junior Mthombeni stops by to hand you some helpful insights. He guides you through four key scenes, each of which presents a pivotal moment in the life of Winnie Madikizela Mandela.
Afropean // Human Being
Welcome to the second episode of KVS en route. This time playwriter Sukina Douglas and actress Ginny Holder discuss their own Afropean experiences and how those have led up to this play. With an introduction by stage director Purni Morell.
Coloured Swan 3: Harriet's reMix
For this third part of the Coloured Swans series, choreographer Moya Michael works with four young multidisciplinary artists with mixed backgrounds from the African diaspora: Loucka Fiagan, Oscar Cassamajor, Milo Slayers and Zen Jefferson. In this podcast the four of them discuss mixed heritage, their stances on Black Lives Matter and what Afrofuturism means to them: issues that are closely entertwined with Coloured Swan 3: Harriet’s reMix. With introduction by choreographer and maker Moya Michael.
In this episode of KVS en Route we introduce to you: ICE, a new solo project by choreographer and dancer Bahar Temiz. ICE is choreographed for a body and a bunch of ropes. In this podcast Bahar tells us about her fascination for ropes and how polar explorers and their expeditions to Antarctica at the beginning of the 20th century came to intrigue her.