Partners for TILT Grow 2018 are DansiT and Dansens Hus, together with the Teatret Vårt in Molde. Many thanks to Talent Norway and the DNB Savings Bank Foundation for the opportunity to realize this dream project.
TILT was in 2017 a collaboration between Bragteatret and Panta Rei Dance Theatre. The project was funded by The Savings Bank Foundation DNB and Brageteatret. 35.282 people danced or watched dance through TILT 2017.
Panta Rei Danseteater together with Performing Arts Hub Norway, and the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam, has contributed in the development of MUDA Africa Dance in Tanzania
TILT was in 2016 a collaboration between Teater Innlandet and Panta Rei Dance Theatre. The project was funded by The Savings Bank Foundation DNB and Teater Innlandet. In one way or another 17,000 people have danced or seen dance through the TILT project in 2016.
Five young dancers from Halden Dans- og Ballettskole traveled to Ramallah in Palestine and met seven young dancers there.
Who are you? Who am I? How will we get to know each other and what does that spark off?
TILT 2015 was conducted in collaboration with Dansekunst in Østfold. The project was supported by The Savings Bank Foundation DNB and Dansekunst in Østfold. The project reached 33,000 audience members and 2600 participants in Østfold.
Panta Rei Dance Theatre and Lithuanian AURA Dance Theatre has joined together for the EEA project GODOS.
GODOS was one of 11 projects chosen by the Lithuanian Culture Ministry.
In June 2012 Panta Rei Danseteater was involved in something completely new! On behalf of the children’s cultural festival and Norsk Scnekunstbruk PRD choreographed a dance to Samsaya’s song Good With The Bad, which was performed as a flashmob by an entire audience. This cooperation continued in 2013.
CODA Oslo International Dance Festival celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2012, with the youth program CODAUng as a primary focus. Panta Rei Danseteater managed and coordinated the CODAUng project, and will continue the collaboration in 2014.