The days run away like wild horses

black-and-white portrait of Aletta Collins

Aletta Collins

The days run away like wild horses is a new creation by Aletta Collins; a witty and vivid depiction of the moments that make up a life, set to Arturo Márquez’s pulsating, Cuban-inspired Danzones 1-3. The piece takes its title from a poem by Charles Bukowski: “The days run away like wild horses over the hills”.

Aletta is one of the UK’s most in demand choreographers, working widely in theatre, musicals and opera. Her previous creations for Rambert are bloom (2006) and Awakenings (2010).

Choreography:
Aletta Collins
Music:
Arturo Márquez
Set and costume design:
Katrina Lindsay
Lighting design:
Andreas Fuchs

Premiere: 16 May 2017, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London.
Created in collaboration with and commissioned by Daniel Katz.

Showing at:

  • Sadler's Wells, London

    Sadler's Wells
    Rosebery Avenue London EC1R 4TN
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  • Norwich Theatre Royal

    Theatre Royal
    Theatre Street Norwich NR2 1RL
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  • Theatre Royal Bath ON SALE 19 June

    Theatre Royal
    Sawclose Bath BA1 1ET
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