Les Petites Morts: all my holes are theirs

CAN ONE MAKE THEIR SELF DISAPPEAR through an ultimate dedication to a third; relinquishing one's Self to one's own dissolution? And what does it mean for the visibility of the third person? Can the 'I-ing' of the three performers be transformed into intimacy? Can one die for someone else?

ALL MY HOLES ARE THEIRS is a trio by Aleesa Cohene and Jared Gradinger / Angela Schubot. After "I hope you die soon" it is the second part of their project "Les petites morts", an examination of the topic of death and dying. This piece is the attempt by two performers to disappear through radical devotion to a third. For Gradinger and Schubot, Cohene becomes the sole existing universe. But "all my holes are theirs" is also an intimate solo by and for Aleesa Cohene, who appears on stage as a dancer for the first time in this project.

Choreography and performance: Aleesa Cohene, Jared Gradinger & Angela Schubot

Music: Datashock from the album Die Pyramiden von Gießen engineered by Tian Rotteveel Lighting Design: Andreas Harder

Artistic collaboration: Sigal Zouk

Costume: Heidi Lunaire


Press & production: björn & björn

Production: Angela Schubot / Jared Gradinger in collaboration with Aleesa Cohene.

Co-production with Sophiensæle, HAU1 Hebbel am Ufer, Südpol Luzern and Les Grandes Traversées.


Supported by the University of Toronto German/Europe Research and Study Fund.

Made possible by funding from the Capital Cultural Fund.


Premiere: 7.-10.2.2013, Sophiensæle Berlin.

„Does so much physical closeness makes you scared? "No," says Aleesa Cohene three days before the performance, "everything feels just right, like after a day at the beach after you're totally out of it." That sets standards that must be met. Gradinger and Schubot swallow. But then it will be much more than a day on the beach. Serious, sad, tender, dignified, virtuoso, great and with music.“

Astrid Kaminski, 9.02.2013, TAZ Berlin