Premiered in the spring of 2005
Performance for soldiers in peace keeping missions
Concept, direction and choreography: Erna Ómarsdóttir and Emil Hrvatin
Created and performed by: Peter Anderson, Lieven Dousselaere, Alix Eynaudi, Alexandra Gilbert, Katrín Ingvadóttir, Guðmundur Elías Knudsen, Erna Ómarsdóttir, Frank Pay, Diederik Peeters and Valgerður Rúnarsdóttir
Music created and performed: Poni
Costume design: Elena Fajt
Light design: Miran Sustersic
Sound design: Xavier van Wersch
Video: Jure Novak, Mare Bulc og Emil Hrvatin
Produced by Iceland Dance Company and Maska Productions
The performance was created by Erna Ómarsdottir and Slovenian theatre director, performance artist and writer Emil Hrvatin under the umbrella of the TransDance Europe network. The piece was premiered in February 2005 in Reykjavík and was an immediate hit both in Iceland and in Europe alike and ranked up 30 performances in 18 different European cities.
The performance is a collaborative outburst from a group of artists from both different artistic fields and countries. Dancers, musicians and performing artists from Iceland, Slovenia, Belgium and France were brought together to construct a piece that would offer a challenge and a set of questions on the war, army, entertainment and art.
We are all Marlene Dietrich For is a Trans Dance Europe 2003-2006 Project