(“bau” - build, “tanzt” - dances, German)
is a site-specific dance theatre in Atlanta, GA.
Bautanzt Here has moved away from Dance Hub ATL // Hambidge Cross-Pollination Art Lab and is currently taking a very much needed rest after premiering Archs and Textures at the Spring For Spring Dance Festival.
In other news, Hollow Bones was shortlisted for Art on the Atlanta Beltline Festival!
This work is Nadya Zeitlin's collaboration with butoh performer Frankie Mulinix (Vandellous) and visual artists Dima Alekseyev and Katya Kouznetsova. In May, they presented this work in Piedmont Park.
Photo: Hanging On premiered September 25th at the Atlanta Contemporary as part of Dance Canvas & Atlanta Contemporary choreography residency. Photo courtesy of Dance Canvas Inc.
is a team of strong dancers under direction of experienced
artistic director / dance designer.
We merge dance and theatre,
creating a unique language to tell meaningful and visually engaging stories in unconventional spaces.
We create unique and valuable art experiences for audiences, putting their routine on pause and suggesting them a gift of wonder.
We want to make the art of dance more accessible and bring it to the audiences who usually don't attend dance performances.
TEAM of the BAUTANZT here
Concept, choreography, costumes.
Clan of the Cave Bat,
an Atlanta band with 42 albums and more in the works, were voted best experimental band in Atlanta by Creative Loafing.
Nathan Brown (tree creature, black blacks, hopi torvald) and Rob Sepanski (negredo, scaffolds)