Odelya Kuperberg Dance Projects – Over my Dead Body

A unique virtuosic performance an intimate work treating loneliness as an archetype. The characters live in a fantasy world, the drama is internal. The unorthodox seating arrangement of the audience is part of the experience; You choose one side of the space and observe
inner world.
The development is
surprising.  Over My Dead Body – the gap between a body and a dead body.
Moving and engaging, personal and universal.

Choreography: Odelya Kuperberg

Dancers: Yankalle Filtser, Shira Ben Uriel,

 Roni Mor Halachmi, Odelya Kuperberg, Lia Zigdon, Yeela Rolnick, Inbal   Rubin Saranga.

 Original Music: Didi Erez

Lighting Design: Alexey Marhasin.

Costume design: Odelya Kuperberg

Odelya Kuperberg (1978) Choreographer, artistic director, dance instructor and dancer. Graduate of The School of Visual Arts, David Yellin College (B.Ed), Thelma Yellin High School Of Arts. Winner of the Ministry of Culture Prize for Young Choreographers (2006) Since 2000 works as an independent choreographer. Presented in many prestigious venues in Israel and internationally. Initiated various co-productions and multi-disciplinary co-operations with artists and cultural institutes worldwide. Initiator and founder of the Israeli National Dancers Union (2005). Artistic Director since 2015 of “Shades in Dance”, the oldest frame festival for new and upcoming choreographers at Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater. Choreographer and movement director for numerous theatre productions in theaters. Teaches choreography, composition, center technique, movement and classical ballet to professional dancers, academic students, high school students and non-professionals. Teaches movement for actors at the M.A. program for outstanding actors, Tel Aviv University. Odelya Is a member of the Israeli Choreographers Association since 2006.

The work was created with the support of the Suzanne Dellal Centre Artist in Residence Program. Supported by: Mifal Hapais Council for the Culture and Arts, and Yeoshua Rabinovich Tel Aviv Foundation for the Arts.


Studio Zehava & Jack