Vienna's inclusive Dance Company "Ich bin O.K." will perform at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Amici Dance Theatre Company, AMICI'S ONE WORLD wealth of the common people.
With over 80 disabled and non-disabled performers on stage, many specially invited from all over the world, this festival of colour and music, tragedy and comedy will be Amici’s biggest production to date.
Directed by Amici’s artistic director, Wolfgang Stange, the show will celebrate the beauty, love and unity of people from different cultures across the globe and is part of a celebratory week of workshops, a photographic exhibition and films.
AMICI Dance Theatre Company is a unique dance theatre company integrating able-bodied & disabled artists and performers. Founded by Wolfgang Stange in 1980, its productions and workshops have had a major impact world-wide, challenging conventional attitudes about disability and the arts.
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The "Ich bin O.K." Dance Studio offers 20 courses of different dance styles six days a week. In these courses, trained choreographers and dance teachers work together with people with and without disabilities to further develop artistic forms of expression. In 2010, the "Ich bin O.K." Dance Company was founded to further promote individual skills in the artistic field. Their mission is to give people with and without disabilities an equal place in cultural life.
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