Morning training led by STEAM ROOM

Dates: 21st, 22nd and 23rd September 

Time: 10:00 – 11:30. 

Space: Köttinspektionen, Strandbodgatan 3.

For dancers or other interested in movement.

No previous knowledge is required.

Photo by Sonja Stavrova 1

In this training the artistic team STEAM ROOM will led different practices related to the lip-synching in drag culture:

Using as a foundation the principle of “realness”, we will engage physically and emotionally in what could be the best dance you have ever danced. Through collective support and reciprocal motivation, we will kick legs, spin, twist, run, folk dance, move our asses around and maybe even sing along with Beyoncé. Let´s sweat together! 

The training is open to all who have interest in dance, performance and choreography, (professional and non-professional). 


The training is part of STEAM ROOM artistic residency at Köttinspektionen Dans, where they are working on the project dragON forever, the third part of the choreographic trilogy dragON.

STEAM ROOM (North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Spain, Sweden) is an artistic team within the field of choreography and dance. The team is formed by Aleksandar Georgiev – Ace, Zhana Pencheva and Darío Barreto Damas, three choreographers/dancers actively operating locally and internationally. STEAM ROOM is formed out of the wish to facilitate conditions and environments that contribute to the development of the work in the field of choreography and dance in different localities, with an intrinsic international vision. STEAM ROOM aims to open spaces for reflection and wider critical knowledge through artistic work and cultural initiatives. STEAM ROOM was formed in 2018 and until now they have produced two artistic works,(dragON aka PONY and dragON aka PHOENIX as part of the choreographic trilogy dragON), and initiated cultural programs focused on discursive and critical practices, the dialogue between artists-art-audience, research, artistic residencies and emerging artists throughout the institution project ICC (Imaginative Choreographic Center).