From the start, the basic idea of ​​»In C« was the open transfer of knowledge across national borders, especially against the background of current crises. The individual choreographic figures were recorded directly in video tutorials, which enable dancers to learn the choreographic material digitally and independently of their location.

The play has no stage design, light and costumes can be adapted and implemented with simple means. In this way, future »In C« projects can also be created in unusual or remote locations with no infrastructure, local dance scenes can be strengthened and the travel activity of Sasha Waltz & Guests can be significantly reduced in view of the

climate crisis.

The Norwegian dance company Nagelhus Schia Productions was the first to take over the choreography into their repertoire, premiering the piece in March 2023 and since presenting »In C« throughout Norway. Further acquisitions to professional dance ensembles are being planned.​

»In C« take over, Nagelhus Schia Productions, Oslo, premiere March 2023

©Tale Hendnes (also cover picture)

The collaboration with Nagelhus Schia Productions has intensified

since the premiere, the next step was a joint performance by dancers

from Nagelhus Schia Productions and Sasha Waltz & Guests in front of

an unforgettable Midsummer Night's backdrop on the roof of the Oslo

Opera House in the summer of 2023, which was repeated in 2024. In

January 2024, three dancers from the Norwegian dance company then

performed »In C« together with the dancers of Sasha Waltz & Guests

on the stage of the Radialsystem.

»In C«, Sasha Waltz & Guests and Nagelhus Schia Productions, Terry Riley, roof of the Oslo Opera, June 2023