Compagnie Flak in Quebec City, Seoul and Dublin

After receiving enthusiastic acclaim in Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway and Germany, Anatomies continues to tour, making its next stops at La Rotonde in Québec City and at the Modern Dance Festival (MODAFE) in Seoul, Korea.

Presented over twenty times since its creation in Montreal in 2006, this piece for five dancers is reinvented by a completely new cast. This time, José Navas is surrounded by the talented dancers Hanako Hoshimi-Caines, Lindsey Parker, Eldon Pulak and Lauren Semeschuk.

Between these two Anatomies tours, José Navas will fly solo for the Dublin Dance Festival where he will present Miniatures; an auto portrait in seven solos created in 2008 after seven years consecrated to the creation of group pieces.


Anatomies and Miniatures are José Navas/Compagnie Flak productions in coproduction with l’Agora de la danse

New foray into Germany for the quintet ‘Anatomies’

Photo: Valerie Simmons

Photo: Valerie Simmons

After a successful run in Frankfurt last September, Compagnie Flak continues its foray into Germany with Anatomies.


Anatomies will be presented at two festivals this month: the 9th edition of the Internationale Tanztage 2009 in Oldenburg and the Schrit_tmacher 2009 in Aachen, where it will be performed in the Ludwig Forum Museum, an amazing international art space. The piece has also been programmed as a part of the regular season at the Theater im Pumpenhaus in Münster.

Created in Montreal in 2006, this work for five dancers has already been presented twenty times in Belgium, the Netherlands and Norway. It will be presented for the first time to the Korean public in May. Stay tuned…


  • March 23, Staatstheater, Internationale Tanztage 2009, Oldenburg
  • March 25, Theater im Pumpenhaus, Münster
  • March 27 & 28, Ludwig Forum, Schrit_tmacher Festival, Aachen

A José Navas/Compagnie Flak production in coproduction with l’Agora de la danse.