I love myself, do you?

explores an old Cherokee fable of two wolves and relates it to the concepts of beauty, identity and self worth. “A fight is going on inside all of us between two wolves. One is evil and the other is good. Which wolf wins? The one you feed.”

Currently taking bookings for 2019/2020 tour! Please contact mcdc.contact@gmail.com

work in progress premiered 7.10.2018 at Emerge Festival, London

RIAH

Riah creates a world in which a person’s hair stores all their memories. Imagine having the ability to look at a single hair and view the memory attached. Now imagine having the power to pull that hair out and erase the memory for good...

Premiered 20.05.2016 at Longhfiel Hall, London

A Love Story

A Love Story takes you on a journey we can all relate to. In a digital age, this piece explores the attachment love can bring.

Are we more devoted to gadgets than our loved ones, seeking positive reinforcement and emotional attachment from our phones in place of other human beings?

Choreographed and performed by Michaela Cisarikova

Spoken word written and performed by Malin Smedhagen

Premiered 8th of October 2016

aLove Story

Are we more devoted to gadgets than our loved ones, seeking positive reinforcement and emotional attachment from our phones in place of other human beings? aLove Story was reworked and developed into a duet for Emerge Festival.

Choreography: Michaela Cisarikova

Spoken word written and performed by Malin Smedhagen

Performers: Natalie Watson, Nick Herman​

Premiered 8th of November 2016 at The Space Theatre

Who, Wants what

MCDC comisioned Ania Straczynska to create this piece of work for the Agenda Platform in Reading.

An ironic world build on games and interations. Is it better to stay in the comfort zone rather than let others influence you? Silliness only further distracts us from our needs, goals and aims; ultimately getting us absolutely nowhere. 

Premiered 09.04.2016 at St Laurence's Church, Reading

PLASIX

 

is a physical contemporary piece based on the development of the One Move Technique, a concept that constructs choreography based on only one move and its experimentations. PLASIX is now being developed into a theatre piece, where dancers travel through unexpected places in a short amount of time through a juxtapositional metamorphosis of contrasting locations. The continual and seamless morphing of one location to the next is used to take the audience on an engaging emotional journey.

 

 

 

Work in progress shared: 12.12. 2015 at The St. Bart's Theatre, Reading

Le Papillon

 

The company’s first full-scale production part of the ‘Butterflies Don’t Do Maths’, in the collaboration with by A. Roshu and composer R. Allchurch. Using an abstract application of physical theatre and contemporary dance techniques.

 

Le Papillon presented twelve seamless metamorphic transformations, expressing the four stages of a Butterfly’s life cycle, with the symbolic restriction of using four props, four dancers and four costumes.

 

 

Premiered: 25.03.2014 at The Space Theatre, London