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Stage size

75 minutes


Age recommendation


Caboom is a dance about chaos. About the fears and insecurities that chaos creates. But also about adventures and opportunities that arise from chaos.

Caboom was our first production. We reinvented ourselves as a company with it, took our ideas of tap dance apart and reassembled them. It was a bit terrifying, but it inspires us to this day.

Five years after the premiere, the content and choreographic starting points are still as valid as they were then: navigating chaotic circumstances marks our times. That’s why in 2022 we made the revival of our classic an update, in which we made everything more pointed, musically precise and arranged for a large cast.

Caboom is raw and unpolished, demanding 150% commitment and celebrating the sound of tap like no other of our pieces.


“A terrific evening. The new piece of the Sebastian Weber Dance Company will overthrow pretty much every image you might have of tap dance in advance.”
Katharina Stork, Leipziger Volkszeitung
“[...] whether it's minimal steps at the beginning and end, expansive, intense outbursts in between, or the two-person stories that tell only with bodies and maybe a bit of facial expressions.”
“This is full of dedication and energy, precision and good ideas. It's furious, rousing and, by the way, quite excellent.”
Franziska Reif, Kreuzer
“The Sebastian Weber Dance Company can apparently work magic, so perfectly do they master their craft.”
Torben Ibs,


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Andrea Alvergue

Vilma Kananen

Janne Eraker

Gaëtan Farnier

Vilma Kananen

Nikolai Kemeny

Samuel Vère

Sebastian Weber

Fran Žuglić

Andrea Alvergue
Helen Duffy
Janne Eraker
Gaëtan Farnier
Vilma Kananen
Nikolai Kemeny
Samuel Vère
Sebastian Weber
Fran Žuglić

Sebastian Weber + Company

Choreography assistance
Michela Pesce

Tom Dachs, Jörg Singer

Gesa Volland and Sebastian Weber GbR in cooperation with LOFFT – Das Theater

Sebastian Weber Dance Company gGmbH in cooperation with LOFFT – DAS THEATER

Supported by
Performing Arts Fund
City of Leipzig, Cultural Office
Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony
DansBrabant (NL)

The short films (2017)