Denis KuhnertPhoto: © Björn Vofrei
Denis Kuhnert, Photo: © Björn Vofrei 
Denis Kuhnert in »FEAR«Photo: Arno Declair, 2015
Denis Kuhnert in »FEAR«, Photo: Arno Declair, 2015 

Denis Kuhnert

Born in Halle in 1975. Hip Hop dancer since 1993, with the urban dance style b-boying (breaking). Founded the Hip hop dance group Funk Fellaz in 2004. He won numerous awards, among others, multiple times the German championship and the 4th place at the world championship, and participated in R16 Korea 2008, one of the biggest events for the international b-boy scene. Worked increasingly for Tanztheater productions since 2003: collaboration as one of the leading parts in the award-winning production »Rumble« (2003) by the Tanztheater company Renegade. As dancer, he participated in »41« (Renegade / Les petits poissons, choreography: Lorca Renoux, 2005), in »Extended Teenage Era« by Samir Akika (2007), in »Schwarze Katze« (choreography: Malou Airaudo, 2008), in »Zwei Uhr Nachts« (Direction: Falk Richter, Schauspiel Frankfurt, 2015) and in »iTMOi (in the mind of igor)« (choreography: Akram Khan, 2013). Collaboration with Constanza Macras | DorkyPark in »Hell on Earth« (2008) and in »Open für Everything« (2012). Choreographies for the productions »Die stillen Trabanten« (by Clemens Meyer, Direction: Armin Petras, 2018) at Deutsches Theater Berlin and for »Jeder stirbt für sich allein / Die Leipziger Meuten« based on the novel by Hans Fallada (Direction: Armin Petras, 2018) at Schauspiel Leipzig, among others. Since 2013, he works as a photographer in the field of dance and fashion.


Ein Sommernachtstraum after William Shakespeare, Direction/Choreography: Thomas Ostermeier/Constanza Macras (2006)
Megalopolis by Constanza Macras | DorkyPark, Direction and Choreography: Constanza Macras (2010)
Berlin Elsewhere by Constanza Macras | Dorky Park, Direction and Choreography: Constanza Macras (2011)
FEAR by Falk Richter, Direction: Falk Richter (2015)
Danke Deutschland – Cảm ơn nước Đức by Sanja Mitrović, Text and Direction: Sanja Mitrović (2019)