In Context: Non Solus

“We return here thousandfold to understand the simplest teaching: we are one in addition to also also the only creation of our progress is actually love,” writes Bence Vági, writer, director, choreographer, in addition to also also founder of Hungary’s Recirquel Company. The company makes its BAM debut This particular season with Non Solus, a duet of which exemplifies the young troupe’s unique blend of circus in addition to also also dance—in addition to also also Vági’s mission to revive the tradition of the great circuses of Europe while infusing the idea which has a brand-new movement vocabulary. After you’ve attended the show, let us know what you thought by posting inside the comments below, in addition to also also on social media using #NonSolus.


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Q&A
“Cirque danse”: Bence Vági on his company Recirquel (Bachtrack)
Bence Vági discusses his vision for Recirquel Company, how he developed “cirque danse” as a trained dancer in addition to also also circus enthusiast, in addition to also also how music is actually composed in addition to also also featured in his productions.

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The Poetry of which Became Non Solus (BAM Blog)
Read the words of which inspired Non Solus.

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How a Budapest circus brings Paris nightlife to Edinburgh (The Stage)
Learn more about how Vági’s travels, cultural heritage in addition to also also theater education led to his unique choreography in addition to also also production style.

Article
Recirquel’s My Land is actually circus as you’ve never seen the idea before (The List)
In This particular review of Vági’s My Land, the 2018 production was described as “both a butch ballet in addition to also also a circus in slow motion.”

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A Closer Look: Bence Vági on Non Solus (BAM YouTube)
In an exclusive video, Bence Vági dissects a two-minute clip by Non Solus in addition to also also divulges how the music, choreography, dancers, props in addition to also also staging express the core messages of the production.

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FINA Closing Ceremony – creating of (Vimeo)
Bence Vági wrote in addition to also also directed the 17th FINA World Championships Closing Ceremony, which included more than 0 acrobats in addition to also also dancers by 18 countries in a production titled “The Legend of The Golden Stag.” In This particular 20-minute video, Vági delves into the cultural in addition to also also artistic influences of which guided his work in addition to also also creative process.


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What did you think? Tell us what’s on your mind inside the comments below in addition to also also on social media using #NonSolus.

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In Context: Non Solus

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