"To understand what I am saying, you have to believe that dance is something other than technique. We forget where the movements come from. They are born from life. When you create a new work, the point of departure must be contemporary life -- not existing forms of dance”. - Pina Bausch "Ordinary repertoire" is a reflection on Pina's words in order to observe how to walk, how to act, how to avoid danger and how to communicate. Within this concept, ordinary repertoire opens a window for people to recall the memory of the human body and dance. The performance creates a platform for six different people from different backgrounds, languages and cultures with one thing in common the passion to dance but never consider themselves as dancers, yet recreate the well-known image of dance worldwide based on discovering the abilities of their own bodies, through the familiar movements in each performer's culture and how they observe the dance as an Art and following each performer's journey on communication of the bodies from the basic daily life gestures to the professional classical dance movement. "Ordinary Repertoire" is an outcome of the journey from trying to understand the non-dancers bodies to become familiar with the idea of creating movements by using the memories of their own bodies about dance and movement in general.