I Love Chapter 2 we find ourselves after the collapse. The pain and devastation creeps across the stage floor like a disease affecting the dancers' bodies. The room reeks of disaster, of the loss of all hope. A work that gives you a reason - or a chance - to really cry.
The Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal has established herself as one of the most sought-after choreographers in contemporary dance. Sharon Eyal's distinctive style is strongly influenced by two major strands in her life: her time as a star dancer with the Batsheva Dance Company and her great fascination with the world of clubs and raves.
Eyal started as a dancer in the world-famous Batsheva Dance Company and from there has worked as both assistant artistic director and house choreographer for the company. In 2009 she started creating for other companies. In Sweden she has worked with both Gothenburg Opera and made the acclaimed works Bill and Half Life for Royal Opera Ballet. She has also had other exciting collaborations, such as a few weeks ago when she choreographed for Christian Dior's big show at Paris Fashion Week 2018.
Now Sharon Eyal is back in Stockholm - this time with her own company! L-E-V which she runs together with her long-standing partner Gai Behar - and the work Love Chapter 2. A dark world of loneliness, despair and the search for connection.