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The main aspect of the performance is the meaning of Hebrew word Sababa, which translates itself as a positive state of mind, satisfaction, complacency, as well as, lightness, distance and frankness.

The choreography is mainly based on the contrasts between explosive power and harmony in motion. Being fascinated by the physical reflection of imagination, and by how our fantasy's determine our movement, the choreographers are trying to initiate a dialogue with the audience.
The artists invite you to enter the land of imagination, magic and abstract images, a land which can strongly affect your emotions.

Małgorzata Mielech & Zofia Jakubiec

Małgorzata Mielech & Zofia Jakubiec

Costumes, Lighting


25 mins

7, 8 of June, in the Polish Theatre, Poznań, Poland.
Further showings
3...2...1...Dance, Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury, Krakow ( February 2013)
Festival Cyrkulacje, Wrocław (April 2013)
Volkshaus Jena, Jena Kultur, Germany (September 2013)
Uferstudios, Berlin, Germany (September 2013)
Machol Schalem, I International Choreography Competition, Jerusalem, Israel (December 2013)
Pawilon Nowa Gazownia, Poznań, Poland (June 2014).
"Sababa" performed immaculately, with energy. Has brilliant costumes and excellent lighting." 
Stefan Drajewski, Polish Newspaper 10.06.2013