Dublin Theatre Festival


Josef Nadj

Josef Nadj was born in Hanijza, a small city in the Hungarian enclave in ex-Yogoslavia. At the University of Budapest he studied both theatre studies and martial arts. After leaving Budapest, he went to Paris in 1980. He soon became involved in choreography and worked with practitioners such as Mark Tomkins, Catherine Diverres and François Verret.

His choreographic works include Canard Pekinois, 7 Peaux de Rhinoceros, La Morte L'Empereur and Les Echelles d'Orphée.

Nadj has worked closely with the city of Orléans and the Carré Saint Vincent-Scene National since 1988; he became directer of the National Choreographic Centre of Orléans in 1995.


The Cry of the Chameleon

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