-a bodily urge driven by an important need.

Thirst is a powerful duet for two men stranded in a red-hot, barren desert landscape, reclusive and desperate where drives and animal instincts take over - where common sense makes sense, and man is reduced to body and physical existence. 

A caress of conflict, and a mutual, almost symbiotic dependence arises. Thirst moves in the tension between intimate vulnerability and untamed forces, where the dancers are transformed into mysterious creatures on the border between man and animal.

Supported by: Danish Arts Council, Wilhelm Hansen Foundation, Bikubenfonden, Knud Højgaards Fond, Danmarks Nationalbank's Jubilee Fund and Københavns Kommunes Scenekunstudvalg.

Tina Tarpgaard

Jonas Örkner

Cesar Garcia

Travel, per diem and accommodation not included

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Eva Nordhagen