A multidisciplinary dance performance about the importance of loving, with the focus on the experience of love.
Peach Season is a multidisciplinary dance performance in which two dancers, two poets and a composer create a physical, visual and auditory representation of a love relationship. The techniques used are inspired by ASMR therapy.
“Love stories have always inspired me. My whole life can be divided into seasons of relationships and the input that these interactions brought to my sense of my “self” and “the world. My, and others, love stories are important because no matter how much the social climate changes and with it our expectations of love, the essence of love stories somehow remain the same. With Peach Season, I want to return to this essence. I want to give people the feeling of falling in love.” – Gaja Caruso
About the cast
Gaja Caruso is a dancer, dance teacher and theater maker. She was born and raised in the forests of Slovenia, spent several years in Belgium and Hungary, and finally found her niche in Groningen. Here she creates new performances and teaches her own unique interpretation of movement: BodyLab. She is part of the Station Noord program and is supported by partners Club Guy & Roni and Grand Theatre.
Yvonne Zeegers is a dramaturg and writer, currently based in Amsterdam. In her work she collects stories, theories, images, songs and dreams. Always looking for new connections between the different sources, resulting in different outcomes: performance, theater, poetry and essay. She is currently attached to the Bachelor of Creative Writing at ArtEZ Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Arnhem.
Martin Rombouts (1992) is a writer, theater maker and performer. His work is an exploration of the forces that make the present what it is: money, power, randomness, story and love. In February 2023, he won De Slimste Mens.
Lin van Kaam is a dancer originally from Norway. A collaboration with Club Guy & Roni landed him (temporarily) in Groningen. He worked with Lunatics and Poets and Mohammed Yusuf Boss on the performances that were part of “Club Guy & Roni Invites.
Rik van den Heuvel (1988) is a composer and music producer. After graduating from the conservatory in 2017 in composition and music production, he works on various projects in his studio at the Biotoop in Haren. The use of mostly acoustic instruments and field recordings gives his electronic productions an organic and human character.