Charlotta Öfverholm

“After 25 years they have nothing more to prove. Only the strong longing to be themselves, to mold what means the most to shake the world wordlessly, bottomless and carefree”.

Raw physical dance theatre with depth, irony, brutality and humor. Since 1995 Charlotta Öfverholm has creates over 30 production, which have toured all over the world. She produces tour friendly productions with few and strong artists for touring extensively internationally.

“Explosiveness, absolute stage presence and fierce physical theatre power.” Dagens Nyheter

AGE ON STAGE
A project created by Charlotta Öfverholm in 2015, promoting maturity on stage and questioning the norms concerning age and bodies in the field of dance. This project focuses on creating and presenting international productions with dancers over 45 by well known choreographers, workshops for people over 65, festivals and seminars on the subject. Age on Stage is the Swedish part of the European project “Dance on, Pass on, Dream on” including nine other dance companies and institutions in eight different countries in the EU. www.dopodo.eu

AVAILABLE WORKS 2018

On repertory

PROSTHESIS – “You can check out at any time, but you can never leave…” by Charlotta Öfverholm. September 7 at Royal Dramatic Theater, Stockholm. Watch a trailer here.

STORIES – A life cabaret Presenting 22 mature people over the age of 65, September 8 at Royal Dramatic Theater, Stockholm.

LUCKY – One woman show by Charlotta Öfverholm. A technically drilled primal force that gives us hands-on perspective on life. Stockholm Fringe September 3-7. Watch a trailer here.

SURVIVAL KIT – 2 duets and a concert! : LIGHTHOUSE by Sharon Fridman and award winning BEAUTY AND THE BEAST by Martin Harriague with live music.

SHOW TO BE TRUE – By Johannes Wieland. 8 flawless dancers, a collaboration with the Dance On Ensemble. Watch a trailer here.

Films

DANCE OR DIE – documentary about Charlotta Öfverholm by Anders J. Larsson. Scandinavian House NYC October 5.
BARA DANSA by Anders J. Larsson celebrating maturity. Scenkonstbiennalen May 17 Scandinavian House NYC October 5.