“Sorry, But I Feel Slightly Disidentified...”

Benjamin Kahn

In this piece, artist and performer Cherish Menzo singlehandedly takes possession of the stage. She dances, moves and shakes her body, one moment subdued, the next as if her life depended on it. Benjamin Kahn made this solo performance for Menzo as the first piece of a trilogy dedicated to the body, stereotypes, and identity. How do preconceptions passed down from generation to generation influence our world view? How do they shape our identity? And how do they affect us socially and emotionally?

Concept, Direction, Choreography Benjamin Kahn
Creation, Performance Cherish Menzo
Lights, Costumes, Music, Text Benjamin Kahn



29/10/2020 19:00

29/10/2020 21:00


€ 17 / € 14 / € 10


TivoliVredenburg, Cloud Nine


SPRING in Autumn 2020 


Duration: 55 minutes

Please note: The performance uses strobe, light smoke and occasionally loud music.

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 Het dubbele perspectief van Benjamin Kahn The different perspectives of Benjamin Kahn

In this interview dancer, choreographer and theatre maker Benjamin Kahn talks about his performance “Sorry, But I Feel Slightly Disidentified…”, representation and power relations.


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