FF+Rew 60:00 had its world premiere in 2005 and grew out of extensive and in-depth research into fear and shock; a maniacal dissection of one the most important emotions that lie at the basis of Ann Van den Broek’s unique movement language. Looking back, this production contains the seeds of the many elements and themes that characterize her later work, such as processing and translating emotions into a physical language, as well as linking those emotions in pure, abstract movement material to theatrical elements. You could say that FF+ Rew 60:00 is the foundation of her oeuvre, in which you discern an announcement of things to come.

For Van den Broek, this reprise looks back on the past, revives it, in order to look to the future from that ‘angle’. In that sense, the reprise is also a curious look into the past, a road traveled before. And now, after twelve years, she revisits this powerful and dynamic production.

FF+Rew 60:00 (REVISITED) shows five performers in an alienating universe where every notion of time place and space are undermined. Their situation erupts from an emotional or physical blow, a moment of astonishment. They’re dumbfounded; the blow is etched into their memory. Their movements are determined by a physical dialogue, turning away from something, returning to it. Bodies seize up. Bodies in overdrive. Arne Van Dongen’s music was created parallel to the choreography. His composition grew out of all the possible and impossible sounds that come out of a double bass, which were then enhanced and edited by a computer.

FF+Rew 60:00 was selected for De Nederlandse Dansdagen (Dutch Dance Festival) as one of the most important productions of the 2005/2006 season.

concept and choreography Ann Van den Broek
music Arne van Dongen
lighting design Bernie van Velzen
styling costumes Ann Van den Broek
premiere February 8, 2018, TR Schouwburg, Rotterdam (NL)
International bookings: A propic, Line Rousseau & Marion Gauvent
FF+REW 60:00 (REVISITED) is a WArd/waRD (NL/BE) production, co-produced by Theater Rotterdam (NL) and ccBe (BE) and is made possible with the financiel support of the Performing Arts Fund NL.

For more information, press map, riders, financial conditions, please contact Line Rousseau or Marion Gauvent

under construction

26 May 2018 Antwerpen (BE) Bourla Schouwburg

23 March 2018 Drachten (NL) Schouwburg De Lawei

20 March 2018 Haarlem (NL) Toneelschuur 

9 March 2018 Den Haag (NL) Korzo 

8 March 2018 Den Haag (NL) Korzo 

6 March 2018 Utrecht (NL) Stadsschouwburg Utrecht

2 March 2018 Amsterdam (NL) Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam

24 February 2018 Dordrecht (NL)Energiehuis (Schouwburg Kunstmin)

23 February 2018 Breda (NL) Chassé Theater 

21 February 2018 Arnhem (NL) Stadstheater

20 February 2018 Antwerpen (BE) ccBerchem – première BE

17 February 2018Eindhoven (NL) Natlab door Plaza Futura

9 February 2018 Rotterdam (NL) TR Schouwburg

8 February 2018 Rotterdam (NL) TR Schouwburg – première NL