Choreographer, dancer and trans man Daniel Mariblanca brings the stories of transgender and non-binary people to the stage with his inclusive company 71BODIES. He has been involved in the festival since the beginning of What You See and in the coming years he will work on the project A True Story. For this he invites you to the two-day workshop. This workshop unravels the dynamics between transgender and non-binary people and their (family) relationships and creates new perspectives on this. Through movement, text and more, you go in search of the core of your relationships. Playful, gentle and energetic, A True Story. offers a place for togetherness, intimacy, joy and courage.
A True Story. is accessible for anyone interested in gender issues. The workshops also focuses on trans gender and non-binary people and their families. You’re very welcome to join alone but as a trans or non-binary perspon you are also warmly invited to bring a parent, child, sibling or partner!
There is no age limit connected to the workshop, just be aware that the language is English.
More Daniel Mariblanca? Look here for his performance In First Person: The Playroom which takes place on Friday 19 November.
What You See is positively activist, inviting and connecting. Join us in building a gender diverse and inclusive world.