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27/1/24 Saturday 11:00

28/1/24 Sunday 16:00

Registration is open!


If The Bull Won't Come


fabrik Potsdam (Germany)



Adi Weinberg (IL/PL/DE) is a dancer, choreographer and Gaga teacher. She graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, the Haifa Program for Professional Dancers and did an apprenticeship in Vertigo Dance Company.

As a contemporary dancer she performed at many festivals around the world. 

She has worked with choreographers and institutions, such as: Andrea Costanzo Martini, Nadar Rosano, Efrat Rubin, Rachel Erdos, Noa Zuk, Aviv Eveguy, Shimrit Golan, Sharon Vaisvaser, Deganit Shemi, Michael Miller, Weronika Pelczyńska, Agnieszka Glińska, Fresco dance company, the Israeli Opera, and the Polish National Opera. 

Since 2014, she has been developing her work as a choreographer and performed her creations at various platforms and festivals, including Machol Shalem International Dance week, Tel Aviv Dance festival at Suzanne Dellal, fabrik Potsdam, MAAT Festival, MSTT festival, KRoki festival, Instytut Teatralny and more.

In 2017 she was awarded with a grant from Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts for developing her choreography.​

She has been building the Gaga community in Warsaw since 2017, teaching Gaga and movement research workshops for different audiences in Warsaw, Berlin, Potsdam and at various venues and festivals across Europe and Israel.

Additionally, she is a curious student practicing Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Feldenkrais.

Adi Weinberg-Prejna. Photo by Gadi Dagon.


If The Bull Won't Come


The full-length (45 min) solo choreography premiered on November 2022 at fabrik Potsdam.

“raw, unbridled energy ... intense and touching.” - Astrid Priebs-Troeger

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The problem was that we did not know

whom we meant when we said ‘we’.

Adrienne Rich

Choreography, Performance: Adi Weinberg

Dramaturgy, Sound operating: Cat Gerrard

Sound Design: Filipe Gomes

Costume Design: Angharad Matthews

Lighting Design: Matan Preminger

Lighting Consultantation: Joanna Leśnierowska

Special Thanks: Johanna Simon, Nora Goetting, Josch Siewert.

Unterstützt durch DiR – Dance in Residence Brandenburg, einem Kooperationsprojekt der fabrik moves Potsdam und der TanzWERKSTATT Cottbus. Das Programm entsteht in Kooperation mit der Pro Potsdam, dem Bürgerhaus am Schlaatz, der fabrik Potsdam und dem Brandenburgischen Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst | Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus und wird unterstützt durch DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen der Initiative NEUSTART KULTUR, dem Land Brandenburg, der Stadt Potsdam und der Stadt Cottbus.

The new solo dance piece by Adi Weinberg, If The Bull Won’t Come, is the story of a woman in transformation. Called out of her day-to-day life, out of the turbulence of her daily domesticity, she is propelled into an encounter she did not expect: with herself. As she comes into contact with her multiple parts, her many selves, she experiences the different elements that live harmoniously, destructively and chaotically inside her. She is many and one.

The Woman’s journey echoes that of another. Pasiphae was cursed twice: first into falling in love with a bull and having to consummate that love and, second, cursed to live in isolation with her unnatural son, the Minotaur, in the labyrinth. But curses, like stories, have a second side. All carry a blessing, if only you can hold on long enough.

If The Bull Won’t Come is a compelling, powerful and touching story of lives meeting, within one Woman. With choreography from Adi Weinberg and intricate, original music from Filipe Gomes.

Link to a review of the show:


Article after an interview with Adi during the creation process:

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Indian Summer/Babie lato

Adi premiered her new creation on May 2018 in Kroki festival, Cracow, Poland.

For the purpose of developing the creation, she was recently awarded 

with a grant from Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts.​

Choreography and performance: Adi Weinberg

Sound design and music editing: Daniel Sapir.

Music: Deru; SeeFeel; Jerry Bock; Jacob Jacobs, Alexander Olshanetsky.

Voice: Chaya Thorn.

Costume design: Julia Kornacka.

Laser-Sound devise used during the choreographic process of creation:

Michał Silski, Włodzimierz Jan Zakrzewski.

Special thanks: Embassy of Israel, Lubelski Dance Theater,

Warsaw Dance Department, Karol Prejna, Jadwiga Majewska, Sharon Zukerman

-Weizer, Shiri Teicher-Sabach, Noa Shiloh, Alon Karniel, Rosalind Noctor and Savta.

Supported by Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts.

Review in TaniecPOLSKA by Izabela Stańdo: Dialog, czyli płaszczyzna spotkania

Review in TEATR magazin by Alicja Müller: Przy wspólnym stole

Living Leaving

Choreography and performance: Adi Weinberg

Sound design and original music: Daniel Sapir

Music: Mum, Sogar

About the creation

The inspiration for this solo was taken from a painting by Miriam

Cabessa that presents a tiny couple of red palms drowning in the

distance while a bigger couple is smeared downwards in an endless blue space.

This piece of art itself and it’s painting technique created a strong feeling of

a silent scream that I wish to translate to a physical texture and was connected

to a whole inner world that was hidden inside me, locked freedom.

During the process of creation, new layers were added from my personal life and from a book I have read; “Gentleman Overboard” by Herbert Clyde Lewis, a black comedy about a wall street banker who falls overboard while travelling on a freighter in the South Pacific and drowns. 

The combination of both, paint and book, is connected and supporting the emotion of being helpless during a lost fight in front of much bigger force in an endless world, such an ocean, or that parallel inner world that exists inside me, my body, imagination or soul.

Im aiming to explore this small insignificant human being that is trying to struggle and to penetrate through this place to a very basic instinct of survival, giving up, being swallowed and defeated. Like that drowning person facing the rising water, accepting them, floating on them, physically and emotionally.

Using these emotions and sensations I was trying to build a body language by researching tensions, objectification, floatation with my body in the space around me.

Trailer of Living Leaving documentary fragments: Patricja Planik 


Gaga is a movement language which Ohad Naharin developed over the course of many years and which is applied in daily practice and exercises by the Batsheva Dance Company members. The language of Gaga originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement, and it continues to evolve today. 
Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

Gaga has two tracks (click on the links):

Gaga/people       Gaga/dancers


Article after a Gaga class with Adi (Przekroj):

"Lewitujące kości i wąż w kręgosłupie" by Paweł Franczak.

Interview with Adi about Gaga (Taniec Polska):

"Ciesząc się wysiłkiem – z Adi Weinberg-Prejną o GaGa rozmawia" by Teresa Fazan.

Artice about Gaga (Teatr):

"Taniec, nasz wspólny język" by Teresa Fazan.

Interview with Adi - Audio - (Radio Trójka): 

"Gaga, czyli taneczny język ciała i wyobraźni" 

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Gaga and Movement Classes

Workshops and Special classes

Gaga/people and Dramaturgy of Movement workshop

at Potsdamer Tanztage festival


More details Here

Gaga and a Special Workshop in Warsaw

13+14/8 (Studio 42, Twarda)

Gaga in Berlin

Dock11, Marameo (open classes - rotating teachers)

Gaga Weekends in Warsaw
3/4 Sunday (Studio 42, Twarda):

19:00-20:30 - Gaga/people + improvisation


9/4 Saturday (Centrum w Ruchu):
18:00-19:00 - Gaga/people

19:30-20:30 - Gaga/people

10/4 Sunday
(Studio 42,Twarda):
17:30-19:00 - Gaga/pe
ople + improvisation

For more details and how to apply click here


Movement research workshop at DART studios and DART DSP


Revealing The Jewels: HOMECOMING - ONLINE course

with Adi Weinberg and Cat Gerrard:

Cycle 1 (4 weeks) - Weekly online practical sessions

Saturday 13th, 20th, 27th November, 4th December 2021

Cycles 2 and 3 - Weekly online discussion sessions
Cycle 2 (5 weeks) - Saturday 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th January, 5th February 2022

Cycle 3 (5 weeks) - Saturday 12th, 19th, 26th February, 5th, 12th March 2022

For more details and how to apply click here

Gaga Weekend in Warsaw (Studio 42, Twarda)
16/10/2021 Saturday:
18:00-19:00 - Gaga/people

19:30-20:30 - Gaga/people

17/10/2021 Sunday:
18:00-19:30 - Gag
a/people + improvisation

For more details and how to apply click here

Gaga Weekend in Warsaw (Studio 42, Twarda)

20/8/2021 Friday:
9:00-10:00 - Gaga/people
19:00-20:00 - Gaga/people

21/8/2021 Saturday:
10:00-11:30 - Gaga/people + improvisation & chat
18:00-19:00 - Gaga/people

22/8/2021 Sunday:
10:00-11:30 - Gaga/people + improvisation & chat
18:00-19:00 - Gaga/people 

For more details and how to apply click here

Krakowski Festiwal Tańca (Krakowskie Centrum Choreograficzne) - Kraków

14-15/8/2021 - Gaga/people and Gaga/dancers classes
For more details and how to apply click here

The Artist and Story 2021 Part 1 - ONLINE course

led by Cat Gerrard, Lionel Ménard and Adi Weinberg

4/10 - 7/11 (evenings)

Application deadline: 13/9, 18:00 CET

For more details and how to apply click here

Revealing The Jewels Part One: Don't Go Back To Sleep - ONLINE course

Cycle 1 - Saturdays 29th May, 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th June 2021

Cycle 2 - Saturdays 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th July 2021

Cycle 3 - Saturdays 31st July, 7th, 14th, 21st August 2021

Festiwal Łódż Czterech Kultur - Lódż

4/9 - Gaga/people 

Centrum Dialogu im. M. Edelmana

Lódż, Poland

Projekt CIAŁOPRZESTRZEŃ IT - Instytut Teatralny - Warsaw

Gaga i obrazy nieznanego ciała - Online workshop

20, 23/7 - 10:00-12:00

For more details and how to apply click here

Potsdamer Tanztage 2020 festival, Tanzintensive - Potsdam 

10-14/8, 12-16/10 - Gaga/people

For more details and registration click here


The Artist and Story: Exploring Autonomy in the Creative  Process - ONLINE 

Online workshop - Arthaus Berlin summer workshop, led by Cat Gerrard, with Lionel Ménard and Adi Weinberg

3-15/8 (mornings) or 17-29/8 (evenings)

For more details about the course and how to apply click here

Revealing The Jewels - Online course

13,20,27/6/2020 - 10:00-13:00

4/7/2020 - 11:00-12:30

For more details including deadline and how to apply click


Sensing Spaces - Centrum w Ruchu - Warszawa

Gaga/people and movement research workshop


Centrum W Ruchu

Wawerskie Centrum Kultury

ul. Żegańska 1a, 04-713 Warsaw, Poland

For more info and registration click here

Arthaus Berlin

The sounding Human Animal Workshop 


Dock 11 Eden

Breite Str. 43, Berlin.

For more details click here

Yoga & Gaga Retreat in Burdag

25-27/10 - Gaga/people
The retreat held by Maria Białecka founder and Yoga teacher from Moc Oddechu.

For more info about the classes, accommodation

and registration click here

Life of Breath - Movement Playground programme (UK)

1+2/7 - Gaga/people

These Gaga classes are for people who experience difficulty breathing, their families and carers.

Temple Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 4BR, United Kingdom. 

For more info and registration click here

Lubelski Dance Theatre 

20+21/3/2020 - Gaga/people

31/1+1/2/2020 - Gaga/people

17/11 - Gaga/people + Choreographic research 

18+19/10 - Gaga/people

16+17/7 - Gaga/people

17+18/5 - Gaga/people

Centrum Kultury w Lublinie 

12 Peowiaków st. Lublin, Poland.

For more info and registration click here

Krakowskie Centrum Choreograficzne

15+16/6 - Gaga/people, Gaga/dancers

al. Jana Pawła II 232, Kraków, Poland.

For more info and registration click here


16+17/2 - Gaga/people

Bytomski Teatr Tańca i Ruchu Rozbark

Bytom, Poland.

For more info and registration click here

News and Updates...


ongoing workshops for creators from all disciplines with Adi Weinberg and Cat Gerrard.

Upcoming dates:


at LAKE Studios, Berlin.

For all info and registration click Here

Gaga with Adi. Photo by Magdalena Tomkiewicz
Gaga people class with Ohad Naharin. Photo by Gadi Dagon
Gaga Classes Poland


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