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ALL GREEKS FESTIVAL

Immerse yourself in the gripping world of Greek tragedy at dawn from 1 May to 23 June. Welcome to ALL GREEKS FESTIVAL, the indispensable free city festival full of cultural fireworks.

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Performance

HYPO - Het hypocriete theater

WOLF WOLF
Thursday 16.05.24
Guislainsite

Wanneer wordt spelen gevaarlijk? Vijf hypocrieten brengen een schijnvertoning.

Uur: 11:00
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De vijf hypocrieten van WOLF WOLF gaan aan de slag met de hypocrisie in Euripides’ Hippolytos. Op een bijzondere dag, ergens in de zesde eeuw voor Christus, maakte een dappere zanger zich plots los uit het koor. Hij wisselde gezangen in voor gesproken teksten en werd zo de grondlegger van de Griekse tragedie. Ze noemden hem hypokrites, wat “antwoorder” of “acteur” betekende.

Gaandeweg verloor de hypokrites  zijn reputatie en het woord zijn oorspronkelijke betekenis. De acteur werd een huichelaar, een hypocriet. En het respectabele vak van de hypokrites – de kunst van het toneelspelen – een schijnvertoning, simpelweg doen alsof. Maar wie speelt in Hippolytos  precies (met) wie? Wanneer wordt spelen gevaarlijk? Wanneer is het noodzakelijk? En natuurlijk: waarom doen we het zo ontzettend graag?

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Performance

ALL YOU CAN GREEK III - Alkestis Outdoors

Victoria Deluxe / Joeri Happel
Saturday 18.05.24
Guislainsite

Antieke scherven van Euripides’ Alkestis  als spiegels van onze 21ste-eeuwse ziel.

Uur: 11:00
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Het collectieve schrijf- en vertelatelier van Victoria Deluxe, destijds opgericht om ervaringen met psychische kwetsbaarheid en geestelijke gezondheidszorg te delen, focust voor de derde keer op een Griekse tragedie. Als archeologen wroeten de schrijvers en spelers in de vruchtbare aarde van Euripides’ Alkestis, op zoek naar antieke scherven die raken aan henzelf en aan vandaag. Daarna wisselen ze het nauwgezette graafwerk in voor de creatie van woeste collages, als spiegels van onze 21ste-eeuwse ziel.

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Reflection

De waanzin voorbij / Herakles' waanzin (ism UGent)

Zoë Ghyselinck (moderator), Khadija El Kharraz Alami (theatermaker), Laura Zuallaert (documentairemaker, o.a. Vranckx), Leen Verhaert (coördinator PscyhoseNet), ervaringsdeskundige psychoses De Steiger
Sunday 19.05.24
Guislainsite

Wanneer heeft waan zin? Objecten uit het museum vertellen de geschiedenis van de psychiatrie.

Uur: 11:00
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Tijdens deze bijeenkomst richten we onze blik op de eeuwenoude tekst van Euripides en op objecten uit het Museum Dr. Guislain, die getuigen van de geschiedenis van de psychiatrie. Hoe kijken we vandaag naar zij die de dingen anders zien, als ervaringskundige en als toeschouwer? Wanneer heeft waan zin? Kan die ook een scheppende kracht zijn? Hoe gaat waan aan alle zin voorbij?

In Herakles Waanzin  van Euripides drijft de godin Mania de held Herakles tot razernij. Hij aanziet zijn vrouw en zonen voor de vijand en moordt zijn volledige gezin uit. Herakles’ tragische vergissing blijft pijnlijk actueel. Hoevelen aanzien de ander vandaag niet als vijand, als onmens, als uit te roeien ongedierte? Collectieve waanzin die het leven van onschuldige slachtoffers verwoest en kinderen laat sterven. Herakles’ waanzin  toont ons echter ook de tragiek van de kwetsbare mens die de wereld en medemensen anders ziet en ervaart.

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PERFORMANCE

Spiegelwandeling

Diverse scholen
Sunday 19.05.24
Guislainsite

Een aantal enthousiastelingen toont het resultaat van hun spiegelsessies met een theaterdocent. 

Uur: 13:00
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NTGent biedt al jaren de kans aan Gentse scholieren om tijdens een spiegelproject een eigen interpretatie te maken van een theatervoorstelling of -tekst. Tijdens ALL GREEKS FESTIVAL gaan de leerlingen aan slag met een Griekse tragedie. Op vier zondagen in vier wijken organiseert NTGent een spiegelwandeling: verschillende scholen tonen het resultaat van hun sessies met een theaterdocent. Wandelaars krijgen de kans om de toonmomenten te bewonderen om 13u en om 15u. De wandeling duurt ongeveer 75 minuten.

Op zondag 19 mei 2024, rondom het Guislaininstituut, kan je de projecten bewonderen van Go! Atheneum Voskenslaan, Sint-Barbaracollege Gent, Don Bosco Technisch Instituut Sint-Denijs-Westrem en Atheneum Wispelberg.

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Performance

Children of Herakles

LARF!
Monday 20.05.24
Houtdok Beach

How does a society treat children on the run?

Uur: 11:00
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Nearly two thousand five hundred years ago, Euripides described in Children of Herakles  the fate of minor refugees, begging for shelter and protection. How does a society deal with children on the run, who have nothing to do with age-old geopolitical conflicts but are nevertheless victims of them?

Fate is fickle, Euripides wrote, you can't possibly escape it. But what if it's you who loses out? Together with thirteen LARF!-teens, theatre maker Silke Thorrez examines what impact Euripides' words still have today.

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Walk & workshop

How have you been? / Women of Trachis

Manoeuvre
Thursday 23.05.24
Luminus power plant (start)

A ritual with a dusk and silence walk for anyone who remains voiceless or invisible.

Uur: 05:45
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The soial organisation Manoeuvre, together with a super-diverse group of participants, founded the collective Women of Trachis, based on Sophocles' tragedy of the same name. In it, macho Heracles returns to his wife Deianeira after many wars and wanderings. However, he brings home another woman, the beautiful Iole. From the perspective of those two women, the collective focuses on everyone who remains voiceless or invisible, who is abused or oppressed.

To do so, the collective combines a woolworking workshop with a dusk and silence walk. The result is an empowering ritual from dawn to dusk in which anyone can participate. Centrally, as in the original tragedy, there will be a robe, in which the names of the uncountable Palestinian victims will be embroidered.

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Performance

Filoktetes

De Roovers, UGent & UZ Gent
Saturday 25.05.24
Houtdok Beach

How do we deal with illness and (invisible) suffering? Could reading together help?

Uur: 11:00
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In Sophocles' Philoktetes, a Greek hero is bitten by a snake on his way to Troy. He complains, his wound festers and stinks, and he is abandoned by the war-weary Greeks on a desert island. After ten years of war, his archenemy, the devious Machiavellian Odysseus, returns to the island. An oracle has foretold that the Greeks will not prevail until Filoktetes joins them in battle. Will the latter stay bitterly behind on the island and continue to rot, or go to Troy as a celebrated hero after all?

During five evenings, theatre collective de Roovers reads the tragedy together with students and lecturers of university UGent, and healthcare providers and (former) patients of the hospital UZ Gent. How do we deal with illness and (invisible) suffering? With the isolation of those left behind in hospital rooms? With loneliness, powerlessness and anger? Who helps? What helps? Can reading together help?

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Performance

Women in Troy, as told by our mothers

Dood Paard & Tiago Rodrigues
Sunday 26.05.24
Voorhavenpark - De Pergola

The (contemporary) Trojan War, from the perspective of women and mothers.

Uur: 11:00
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Women in Troy, as told by our mothers  tells the story of the Trojan War from the perspective of women and, in particular, mothers. Renowned Portuguese theatre maker and -writer Tiago Rodrigues wrote the text, using different versions of the Greek myth, recent world events, and stories of himself and the four theatre makers.

Present and past are intertwined, the personal and the mythological merge, heroes become monsters, victims become perpetrators, and in the end the choir claims the leading role.

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Performance

I WENT TO TROY AND ALL I GOT WAS ANOTHER GREEK TRAGEDY

Pleun van Engelen & Jonathan Michiels
Tuesday 28.05.24
Standaertsite

Where do we find truth in a post-truth society full of distrust and conspiracy thinking? Inspired by the myths surrounding Andromache.

Uur: 10:30
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From her desire for truth in a post-truth society  of alternative facts  and fake news, theatre maker Pleun van Engelen delves into the myths surrounding Andromache. Opposite herself, Van Engelen places Achilles' son Neoptolemos, performed by Jonathan Michiels. The characters look back on the Trojan War very differently, balancing relentlessly on the fine line between fact and fiction. A relationship or even a conversation seems utterly impossible.

Where can we still find meaning and purpose when we constantly bump into the adamant walls of mistrust and conspiracy thinking?

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Music theatre

Helen

Ali Can Ünal / Jong Gewei & De Ledebirds
Wednesday 29.05.24
Standaertsite

Theatrical death plays about beauty, destiny and deception.

Uur: 13:30
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As diverse as the Ghentian borough of Ledeberg itself, the music group Ledebirds delegates 15 musicians, adults and children together, for a concert at the Standaert site. The musicians lead the audience to a room where the actors of Jong Gewei, accompanied by a master of ceremony, re-enact 'death plays'.

For this performance, the makers are inspired by ancient Anatolian and Greek beliefs and rituals, as well as by themes from Euripides' tragedy Helena  such as beauty, barbarism, deceit, fate and opportunities.

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Parade

Supplication!

Kapinga Gysel / Mais Quelle Chanson, Bieke Purnelle / RoSa vzw & Lara Staal / NTGent
Saturday 01.06.24
De Vijvers (start)

Local Danaïdes sing about the pride of women during a parade.

Uur: 11:00
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For SMEEKBEDE!, choir leader Kapinga Gysel, writer Bieke Purnelle and theatre-maker Lara Staal are collaborating with a group of Danaïdes from Ghent. They are inspired by Aeschylos' The Suppliants, in which the fifty Danaïdes flee Egypt for their forced marriage and beg King Pelasgos of Argos for protection. The play provides the occasion to highlight the often tenuous social position of women, especially those from migrant backgrounds. Their shoulders bear the heaviest burdens: those of often invisible and undervalued care.

A parade from Park De Vijvers to Keizerspark is followed by a hymn that sings of women's lion-like courage and herculean strength. It is both ode and indictment. A chorus of Ghentian daughters, mothers and grandmothers finally steps out of the shadows, climbs the public stage, demands greater recognition and protection in full election time.

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Reflection

Beyond the Rivalry / Phoenician Women (with Masereelfonds)

Zoë Ghyselinck (moderator), Israe Aiach, Bieke Purnelle, Pascal Gielen
Sunday 02.06.24
Park & Ride Ledeberg

How do we protect our democracy? Let's discuss it during election week.

Uur: 11:00
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In the tragedy Phoenician Women, Euripides paints a haunting picture of the Theban civil war. Polyneikes goes to war against his own brother Eteokles and besieges his home town. Their father Oidipous haunts the house like a cancer attacking the city from within. The war ends with a duel in which the brothers kill each other. The parallels with Athens at the end of the fifth century BC are striking. Athenian democracy and its principles (public participation, public debate and legal certainty) were under continuous pressure from populist forces at that time.

Exactly one week before the Flemish, federal and European elections, we take Euripides' play as a starting point for a conversation about our democracy. How vulnerable is a democracy that, as a matter of principle, makes room for equally balanced debates and the most diverse opinions. Is our democracy also under threat? What does that threat look like? And how do we armour our democracy for the future?

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Speech

Suppliants

Stefan Hertmans
Tuesday 04.06.24
City hall (Hoogpoort)

At the start of election week, writer Stefan Hertmans speaks on the state of democracy.

Uur: 12:30
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At the beginning of election week, author Stefan Hertmans gives a speech in front of the beating heart of Ghent politics and of our polis: the city hall. From the perspective of Euripides' Suppliants, he takes stock of our democracy today.

In Suppliants, the mothers of the fallen besiegers of Thebes seek help from the Athenian king Theseus. The tyrannical Thebes refuses to hand over their bodies to the grieving mothers. Is Athens willing to intervene in the conflict, even if it drags the city into civil war? What sacrifices is the Athenian community willing to make to defend their democratic principles, human values and early form of international law?

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Narration

ZITTEN / Elektra

Peter De Graef
Thursday 06.06.24
Station Gent-Sint-Pieters

Silence during a meditative experiment in the middle of relentless morning rush hour.

Uur: 07:00
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In Sophocles' tragedy, the main character Elektra symbolises mourning. She is stranded outside the gates of the palace where her father Agamemnon was murdered by her mother, Clytaimnestra. Elektra refuses to resume her daily life in that tarnished house, as if the murder never took place.

In Peter De Graef's meditative experiment ZITTEN  in the Gent-Sint-Pieters station, he brings about a gentle refusal of the outside world during the morning rush hour, together with local Elektras. His live narration, listened to via headphones, creates space for inner reflection and silence, like a master of ceremonies leading us to a place where language and silence meet.

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Performance

REVENGE / Eumenides

Peter Aers
Saturday 08.06.24
Tondeliersite

Our democratic justice system is examined by a court of local residents.

Uur: 05:32
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In the third part of the Oresteia, mother murderer Orestes stands trial in Athens. The play thematises the transition from tribal violence and retribution (the vengeance goddesses cry for Orestes' blood) to democratic justice. A stone's throw from Ghent's courthouse, artist Peter Aers sets up his own court with local residents to explore the role of justice in our city and society. They prepare for this by reading together, making sculptures and building an agora. Outsiders are invited to take on the role of spectator.

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Musical manifestation

RE:Dress / Ifigeneia in Aulis

Kopergietery
Sunday 09.06.24
Kinderrechtenplein (start)

A musical manifestation on election day, with a focus on children's future.

Uur: 11:00
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The elections on 9 June. Kinderrechtenplein (The Children's Rights Square). Kopergietery has carefully chosen its spot and day during ALL GREEKS FESTIVAL. In a musical event, it calls on all passers-by who have yet to vote not to forget the children, to check every decision they make in the voting booth against their future. Narrator Lindah Leah Nyirenda links that call to the story of Ifigeneia in Aulis. In Euripides' tragedy, Agamemnon sacrifices his own daughter to make the journey to Troy possible.

In the family performance RE:Dress, Ifigeneia symbolises all children who are sacrificed by adults for the glory of a particular ideology. Together with jazz musicians and young people from the theatre workshops, theatre house KOPERGIETERY points out how dependent children are on us voters, on our often disastrous choices regarding child poverty, climate and war.

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Performance

OUTSIDE ORESTES - Cyclical Performance I

Werktoneel i.s.m. KASK DRAMA
Tuesday 11.06.24
Bloemekenswijk

A cyclical performance on the grand, cosmic nature of Greek tragedy.

Uur: 05:30
LNP
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Theatre collective Werktoneel and drama students from the conservatory KASK appear in the public space every day of the festival for a week. Always at the same moment (continuously from sunrise) and in the same places. With their visual, cyclical performance, they explore the grand, almost cosmic nature of Greek tragedy in relation to the everyday reality of outdoor public spaces. Not the plot of the tragedy is the essence of OUTSIDE ORESTES, but images and benchmarks filled with meaning, such as the moment of recognition and tragic insight that recurs in many tragedies.

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Puppet Show Ion

CIRQ
Thursday 13.06.24
Restaurant Balenmagazijn

Absurd puppet show about the questionable desire for ethnic purity.

Uur: 10:30
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A quartet of pleasantly deranged CIRQ'ers adapt the atypical tragedy Ion, a comedy of errors  including a happy ending, into an absurd puppet show with Playmobil figures. Upcycled popular culture is the name of the game. The inimitable Joost Vandecasteele provides a witty text.

Yet Ion  also has a darker side. It is a play full of gender inequality and unaccountable gods with highly questionable oracular spells, full of longing for ethnic purity and disgust for those labelled as foreigners or immigrants.

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Video

our private lives I BEDROOM

BERLIN & Beyond the Spoken with NTGent
Friday 14.06.24
Machinistenpark Kolegem

A projection from dusk to dawn on an apartment building; the farewell ritual that follows Agamemnon's death.

Uur: 22:30
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For our private lives | BEDROOM, Yves Degryse/BERLIN collaborates with Barbara Raes/Beyond the Spoken to tell an alternative version of Agamemnon's tragedy. The story is projected on an apartment building from sunset to sunrise, from 10:30 pm until 5:26am. Spectators are welcome to join the performance at any moment during the night. Afterwards, the torch will be passed to Collective HINTER, which performs its version of Offerplengsters, the second part of Aeschylos' Oresteia, in the Westerbegraafplaats, a local burial ground.

In the first part of this tragedy Agamemnon, the king is killed by his wife Klytaimnestra. Their son Orestes does not get the chance to pay his father a last farewell. In this performance, a farewell ritual does follow Agamemnon's death. Mother and son, sister and uncle come face to face in the bedroom where Agamemnon's body is laid out. We are the silent witnesses to the washing, embalming, waking and recitation but feel behind every gesture a jet-black hole full of vengeance. Not a tear is shed. Yet tragedy is lurking everywhere.

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Performance

Libation Bearers

HINTER & Toneelacademie Maastricht with Groendienst city of Ghent
Saturday 15.06.24
Westerbegraafplaats

A choir of city workers makes space for care and mourning at a local burial ground.

Uur: 05:30
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For its visual adaptation of Libation Beares, collective HINTER starts from the questions Elektra exchanges with the choir of Trojan slave girls. As they pledge sacrifices together, bent over the grave of Elektra's late father Agamemnon, they question the sense and nonsense of the usual rituals. HINTER chooses the Westerbegraafplaats as its location, another place where the dead determine the rhythm of the living. Together with a chorus of 'Groendienst' workers, who tend the place daily with their ritual acts, they make space for care and mourning. How do we as a city and society deal with violence and those who suffer from it? And how can we move forward after that?

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Reflection

Beyond fate / Seven against Thebes (with TEJO Gent)

Freddy Decreus (moderator), Ariane Bazan, Neslihan Dogan, Süleyman Güngör, Nele Buyst, Hilde Gilbos en Mieke De Veuster
Sunday 16.06.24
Bloemekenswijkbos

Are families resilient to fate? A conversation about parenting and growing up.

Uur: 11:00
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Seven against Thebes  by Aischylos is a pitch-black tragedy. Oidipus' curse, which extends over three generations, hangs ominously over the heads of his tormented family. Although Eteokles realises that he is continuing the inherited curse by killing his brother Polyneikes, he cannot escape fate. The outcome is both obvious and inevitable.

We conclude this festival week, entirely devoted to family, with a talk on parenting and growing up. From the perspective of Aischylos' fatalistic tragedy, we ask the question: How do family dynamics relate to what we might consider (fate) today? What escapes our control? What gets in the way of our desire for freedom and autonomy? What is inconsistent with the myth of the makeability of man(kind) and society? And above all: how can we look beyond the horizon of fate?

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PERFORMANCE

Mirror Session

Various schools
Sunday 16.06.24
Bloemekenswijk

A number of enthusiasts shows the result of their 'mirror session' with a theatre teacher.

Uur: 13:00
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For years, NTGent has offered local students the chance to create their own interpretation of a theatre performance or text during a 'mirror project'. For ALL GREEKS FESTIVAL, students got to work on a Greek tragedy. On four Sundays in four districts, NTGent organises a 'mirror walk': several schools show the result of their sessions with a theatre teacher. Walkers will have the chance to admire the performances at 1pm and 3pm. The walk lasts about 75 minutes.

On June 16, these schools perform: VBS Sancta Maria Gentbrugge, Wisper, Roots Compagnie (subject to change) and Luca School of Arts campus Leuven (subject to change).

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Radio

Radio Insomnia / Rhesos

DE HOE
Tuesday 18.06.24
Pontoon GEKKO

A (sadly) witty conversation about what tragedy means today.

Uur: 11:00
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In this special edition of Radio Insomnia, actor Willem de Wolf of collective DE HOE hosts a series of guests on a pontoon in the middle of a river. Together, they hold a (sadly) witty conversation about the tension between the tragic and the comic. Not a spontaneous conversation, but a scripted one, because DE HOE believes that we are not at our most authentic spontaneously. We only become authentic in the rewriting, deleting and rewriting again of our first meagre formulations.

Is Rhesos  a tragedy or a comedy? The members of DE HOE can't figure it out. And just that discussion - when is something tragic? - is the starting point for a conversation about fate and free will.

Isn't tragedy at odds with our unshakeable belief in the makeability of man and society? Or are we tragic precisely because of that belief? Can we still deal today with the blindness and overconfidence of a tragic hero who makes a fateful choice out of free will? If neurology and A.I. haven't unmasked free will for good, that is.

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Dance

Kolonos

Lisbeth Gruwez / Voetvolk
Thursday 20.06.24
Vissersdijk

A body dissolves dancing amid a world of anger and violence.

Uur: 07:00
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In Sophocles' mystical tragedy Oidipus in Kolonos, the blind and exiled Oidipus finally reaches the peaceful sanctuary of Kolonos after many wanderings, the end of his fateful life's journey. He sits down on a stone. Tyrant Kreoon and son Polyneikes still try to take him along to Thebes, where a violent civil war is raging. But Oidipus refuses.

Inspired by this tragedy, dancer and choreographer Lisbeth Gruwez explores the body as a place, as a Kolonos where she can transcend herself and the individualistic, human perspective. Kolonos  shows how a body dissolves itself dancing, in the midst of a world full of anger and violence. And how that body solidifies into a single movement in the eye of a hurricane. The fairy-like setting of this choreography: on steps like those of a Greek temple, by the water where a tributary of the Lys stopped flowing forever.

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Theatrical reading

Elektra Unbound

Luanda Casella / NTGent
Saturday 22.06.24
Blaarmeersen - Skichalet

A theatrical reading of this successful and hilarious play.

Uur: 11:00
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The cast of Elektra Unbound, the NTGent performance by house artist Luanda Casella, brings a theatrical reading of the successful play that premiered at NTGent earlier this season. The reading of the script is accompanied by the performance's matchless soundtrack and animated text projections which play the role of the choir.

In Elektra Unbound, three young actors compete for the role of Elektra during a fictional theatre audition. The audition gradually develops into a talent show as hilarious as it is uncanny: which of the tree auditioners has the most talent for tragic suffering? Thus, the play reveals more and more of the psychological drama in the lives of director, coach and actors. They all seem to be archetypes of the tragic figures you find on social media these days.

This performance takes places in the Skichalet at Blaarmeersen, the biggest open air recreation park in Ghent.

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Celebration

Dyonisian midsummer party

Various artists
Saturday 22.06.24
Blaarmeersen - Skichalet

Tantalising closing party dedicated to Dionysos, god of collective urge to party.

Uur: 21:00
LNP
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Release all apollonian brakes at the closing party of the ALL GREEKS FESTIVAL! Just like the opening parade, the party is dedicated to Dionysos, god of the collective urge to party. For some vibrant concerts and a delirious party: head to the Blaarmeersen (Skichalet) during Midsummer night!

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Music theatre

Bakkhai

Villa Voortman, Het Scheldeoffensief & Comp. Marius
Sunday 23.06.24
Blaarmeersen - Skichalet

A swinging adaptation with spoken word  and rousing songs about intoxication versus reason.

Uur: 11:00
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Together with multi-talented Valentina Tóth, and theatre makers Frank Dierens (Het Scheldeoffensief) and Kris Van Trier (Comp. Marius), the visitors of Villa Voortman sink their teeth into Euripides' Bakkhai. That primal tragedy drives home the contradictions between the 'civilised' tyrant Pentheus and the 'barbaric' god Dionysus, between reason and intoxication, order and anarchy, and the patriarchal norm and whoever or whatever deviates.  The tragedy shows how violence (in the name of 'security') provokes even more violence (in the name of 'freedom').

The performance by Villa Voortman and Het Scheldeoffensief starts from a swinging, boned script, thickened with spoken word, and rousing music and lyrics by the visitors of Villa Voortman. Brutal. Brutal. Raw. Of a radical beauty. The performance continues in the recreational park Blaarmeersen (Skichalet), where a fence has recently closed off access to 'problem youth'.

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With closed eyes, you can see whomever you’d like Only humans can fantasise Until it holds from the inside Beyond madness, tenderness awaits There's all that future, still