Robin Orlyn (born 1955) is a South African dancer and choreographer, born in Johannesburg.
Nicknamed in South Africa " a permanent irritation ", she is well known for reflecting the difficult and complex realities in her country. Integrating different media (text, video, plastic arts.) she investigates a certain theatrical reality which has enabled her to find her unique choreographic vocabulary.
Choreographies [ edit ]
If You Can’t Change the World Change Your Curtains 1996 :
Naked on a goat (prix FNB Vita) 1999 :
Daddy, I’ve Seen This Piece Six Times Before and I Still Don’t Know Why They’re Hurting Each Other 2000 :
F.(Untitled) (On Trying to Understand a Classic) 2001 :
The future may be bright, but it’s not necessarily orange… in collaboration with Ann Crosset 2001 : 'We Must Eat Our Suckers With the Wrapper On
Ski-Fi-Jenni 2004 :
Although I live inside... my hair will always reach towards the sun... in collaboration with Sophiatou Kossoko 2005 :
When I Take Off My Skin and Touch the Sky With My Nose, Only Then Can I See Little Voices Amuse Themselves 2006 :
Hey dude... I have talent I'm just waiting for God in collaboration with Vera Mantero 2007 :
L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato (F. Haendel) a piece for Opéra national de Paris - the Paris national Opera 2010 :
Call it..Kissed by the Sun..Better still the Revenge of Geography Création por et avec Ibrahim Sissoko; Première: 19. January 2010 Paris at the Théatre de la Ville - Théatre des Abesses
Hidden beauties Dirty stories
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