Marzena Krzeminska, choreographer and performer, graduated from SNDO (School for New Dance Development) in Amsterdam and Theatre Academy in Warsaw.
She lives in Brittany (France) for few years now.
She teached in the Musée de la Danse and participated in their different projects, like Fous de Danse or Permanence, where she performed in Kiss, a performance choreographed by Tino Sehgal.
Her first professionnal solo „Too Beautiful” was presented in march 2017 in the frame of Festival 360 degrés in Saint-Brieuc, France.
In 2019 she created a dance piece for the landscape „Eccentric conversation with the environment”.
Marzena worked as a performer with such choreographers as: Deborah Hay, Benoit Lachambre, Rob List, and as assistant to the choreographer with Maria Hassabi in New York and Jeanine Durning in Amsterdam.
She collaborates with choreographer Simon Tanguy and Compagnie Propagande C. She danced in a piece choreographed by Simon Tanguy People in a Field. She also worked as dramaturge for the piece Championnat that he created with circus artists, the duet Digging with the British collective NORA and his piece I Wish I Could Speak in Technicolor.
In 2017, Simon Tanguy and Marzena Krzeminska have co-signed „Cabaret précaire”.
One day God looked at the world concerned :
And here we are : Darwin stole my right to be a Creator, Nietzsche announced my death. Actually, I am grateful to them because now people themselves are responsible for this world. And I really wanted to leave when I heard the Earth cry and moan, complaining about the intensitivity of its inhabitants. I, God, could do nothing. I desperately stomped my foot. The earth shook and a crack appeared in it, from which three hypersensitive characters were born.
Too Beautiful is a solo combining several female artists and figures of feminity. Marzena Krzeminska filters these different depictions of women through a character that she created for this piece : Snow White, the princess of an eastern european country.
This naïve fiction enables Marzena Krzeminska to work humourously on the notions that obsess her : the rôle of beauty and of women, the cabaret as means of mixing forms and emotional intensities. Her voice-over links together, for the audience, the several danced numbers and acts as an interior monologue.