18th-23rd of Jul. (2018) “Welt Ohne Aussen” at Martin Gropious Bau, DE.
14th of Jul. (2016) “Ravnedans”, Kristiansand NO.
9th-10th of May (2016) “Theatertreffen”, Berlin DE. 
22nd-25th of Sep. (2015) Momentum, Odense DK.
18th-20th of Sep. (2015) Dansehallerne, Cph. DK.
16th of Sep. (2015) “L1 Dance Festival” Budapest, HU.
11th-13th of Sep. (2015) Dansehallerne, Cph. DK.
18th-19th of Jun. (2015) “Det Frie Felts Festival” at Dansehallerne, DK.
11th of Mar. (2015) “New Nordic Dances” at Bora Bora, Aarhus DK.

TRANS- is a type of ceremonial construction in which, true to its form, there is both spectator and participant. It permits both collective and individual experiences of varying intensities that do not contradict each other. It is a space that allows a responsible investigation into ‘immanent violence’ – that is, the tyranny embedded in language itself and that which appears like a Hydra, as the apotheosis of contemporary violence. By describing everything they see with the aim of explicit clarity, the performers expose everything that surrounds them – including themselves and their own inadequacies. Normativity will be reproduced when they fail to go beyond their own habitual bodies, though the intent is to find cracks in the language system from which a new sympathetic magic can emerge.


Concept & Staging: Jonathan Bonnici Marie-Louise Stentebjerg
Staging & Dramaturgy: Ida-Elisabeth Larsen
Performers: Jonathan Bonnici, Emma-Cecilia, Ajanki Piet Gitz-Johansen, Robert Logrell
Light, Set Design & Costume: Hanna Reidmar
Sound artist: S. Rieser
Graphic Art & Documentation: Sam Moore
Consultant (Meisner Technique): Scott Williams
Consultant (Body Mind Centering): Regina Biermann
PR: Gunnva Nolsøe
Project Management: Malene Geertz
Administration: Projektcentret


In residency: Laboratoriescenen (DK), Dansarena Nord (NO), Play Practice Residency Mumuksha Centre for Transformation (IN)
Co-produced: Bora Bora
Supported by: The Danish Arts Foundation , Københavns Kommunes Scenekunstudvalg, Odense Kommune, Augustinus Fonden, Arts Council UK, Theatre Momentum



September 12th-13th, 2019 | “SIDance”, Seoul (KR)
March 5th, 2019 | “Det Frie Felts Festival”, Copenhagen (DK)
November 3rd, 2018 | “Power of Women Festival”, Copenhagen (DK)
September 24th-30th, 2018 | Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (DK)
February 16th-17th, 2018 | UniArts, Helsinki (FI

ALITY comes from an enduring question about the possibilities of subversion/utopia. As a choreographic work it attempts to stay in a realm of possibles from which concrete instances may come into being. It is an experiment in indeterminacy, thin images that appear unbidden and glide between the lines of common readability offering spaces for the imagination to exercise.

The bodies in ALITY are on par with the space as a material available for negotiation. The possibility is for all present elements to offer their energetic subtexts. The performers do not compose, they practice, and in the eschewal of a rationalist determination, new longed for sensations and spaces appear. There is no fiction, no predefined images. Not unlike the experience of staring into the tarot or a kaleidoscope, ALITY is a space of spaces that unfolds the more it is attended to


Concept, Choreography & Staging: two-women-machine-show, Jonathan Bonnici
Performers:, Jonathan Bonnici, Marie-Louise Stentebjerg, Ida-Elisabeth Larsen, Yujin Kim, Emilia Gasiorek
Sound: S. Rieser
Space, Textile & Costume: Lea Paulsen
Graphic design: Sam Moore
Choreographic assistant: Amalie Bergstein Nielsen
Voice consultant: Emma Bonnici
Channeling consultant: Sunniva Høgsberg
Light consultant: Jesper Møller
Administration: Projektcentret


In Residency: Laboratoriescenen (DK), Dansearena Nord (NO), PACT Zollverein (DE)
Co-production: Dansehallerne, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Theatre Academy – University of the Arts Helsinki
Supported by: The Danish Arts Foundation, Knud Højgaards Fond, Beckettfonden, Oticon Fonden, Københavns Kommunes Scenekunstudvalg, Carcel