Directed, produced, photography & edited by Hartmut Jahn D 1991 colour stereo SD 55 min.
A Dance-Solo for theatre by
Dance: Dana Reitz
Light Design: Jennifer Tipton Sound Design:
Camera: Armin Fausten, Hartmut Jahn
Studio: Francesco Sacco
Hartmut Jahn Filmproduktion
made possible at
Hebbel Theatre Berlin
EN Dana Reitz, Jennifer Tipton, Hans-Peter Kuhn and others produced "Suspect Terrain" in New York 1989. With their new production LICHT TON TANZ they are continuing their successful collaboration:
LICHT TON TANZ is constructed by two basic geometrical structures: circle and triangle. The turntable is the only location on stage; the triangle is the basic of the three different artists and their advanced artistical expressions:
light, sound and dance.
Dancer and choreographer Dana Reitz has produced many solo, group and collaborative projects. "Severe Clear" (1985), created with light artist James Turrell, received a "Bessie" New York Dance and Performance Award in 1987. Her work "Suspect Train" was a major collaboration with dancers Steve Paxton, Laurie Booth, Polly Motley, lighting designer Jennifer Tipton, and composer Hans Peter Kuhn. She was a member of Twyla Tharp and Dancers (1970/71), toured Europe with Laura Dean and Dance Company (1972), and performed a major role in the original version of the Robert Wilson/Philip Glass opera, "Einstein On The Beach" in 1976.
in international competition:
Danse Festival, Montpellier 1991
Danse Festival, Frankfurt a Main 1992
Centre G. Pompidou, Paris, 1992
in the collection of