Bosse Provoost talks to Subbacultcha Belgium about his piece Matiskloand how he experiences working at Toneelhuis for the project P.U.L.S.: "To be supported and be a full time artist is rare for someone in the first years of his artistic development".
Lisaboa, Bosse, Timeau and Hannah encounter Meg Stuart at NTGent, following the presentation of her shows that she recently performed in Belgium (Shown and Told, in cooperation with Tim Etchells; Built to Last; UNTIL OUR HEARTS STOP).
“You should always give everything as if you don’t know afterwards what to do anymore”. (Meg Stuart)
Meg Stuart (1965) is an American choreographer and dancer, living and working in Brussels and Berlin. Her company, Damaged Goods, is based in Brussels since 1994.
30 Jan 2019 - Bourlaschouwburg
"Geïntrigeerd, geïrriteerd, gefrustreerd, gegeneerd, geraakt - dat alles en nog veel meer was ik toen ik een uur na aanvang opnieuw op straat stond. Zelden beleefde ik zo'n bevreemdende theateravond, maar ook nooit eerder had ik het gevoel dat poëzie accurater op scène werd gebracht. - Carl De Strycker in Poëziekrant, januari-februari editie
'How can you react to the fragile state of the world through performance?' Theatre-makers and peers Hannah De Meyer and Anne-Laure Vandeputte reflect on a generation torn between doubt and activism. With their bodies they offer a (cautious) answer to what it means to make theatre today.
Tibaldus reads Jean Genet Every Tuesday evening in December and January Tibaldus reads plays in a group with a view to eventually choosing one for its new production. Today: De zwarten (The Blacks) and Het balkon (The Balcony)