Javier Alemán. Born in the Spanish island of Tenerife, in 2001 Javier Alemán completed his contemporary dance, theater and singing training at P.A.R.T.S. (Performing Art Research Training Studies) in Brussels, following his choreographic studies at the National Choreography Center in Montpellier, France. In 2003 he was mentioned “New Dancer to Watch” by Ballet Tanz Magazine, Europe’s leading Dance Magazine. Javier worked as a dancer for five years with some of the most relevant dance companies in Germany, such as Neuer Tanz in the city of Düsseldorf and Two Fish Company in Berlin. He created his own choreographies such as Uno, sponsored by the Spanish Embassy of Berlin, Three Days Time, sponsored by the National Choreography Center in Montpellier, France, and the choreography Irre, in collaboration with Two Fish Company, sponsored by the cities of Berlin and Vienna. In 2006 Javier moved to New York City to study acting at the New York Film Academy and later at Susan Batson Studios, which is directed by top acting coach Susan Batson. Film credits include the award-winning short film Scrubbing (Prague). Stage credits include Five Kinds of Silence, by Shelagh Stephenson (New York – Milan).
Beautiful Boys. A stage performance, a solo. One dancer also an actor. Using movement to tell a story. A story about a man loving other men. A reflection on the border between the desire and the need of another person. When did it stop being love and became love carving? This piece is a dance-storytelling-acting piece which is done in 60 minutes. It works with a subtle body. It enjoys, squirms and gives in. We listen to songs that talk about it. It works with performing texts which talk about the desire, love and resignation.