Flexible and Not So Flexible (2000–2001)

Flexible and Not So Flexible

A fictional autobiography in three parts, Flexible and Not So Flexible examined shifting notions of identity and borders, where personal intentions collide and desires are negotiated.

Touring internationally the production featured a myriad of highly acclaimed collaborators including choreographer Victoria Marks, director Mark Whitelaw, photographer Chris Nash, composer Nye Parry working with traditional Ladino singer Suzy Rogovin and Dancers, Hanna Gillgren, James Flynn, Fiona Millward, Maria Ryan and Marie Fitzpatrick.

The rise and rise of the Israeli born Yael Flexer to front the rank of contemporary choreographers has hit the home stretch
Metro London

Yael brings a different perspective, a dynamic energy and a quirky humour to the work she creates, both for her own company and for others. Unforced, unaffected, unconventional and under stated, are adjectives that crop up regularly in reviews. Her fresh and often funny choreographic take on personalities and relationships is a welcome addition to the British contemporary Dance scene
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