ORESTES IN MOSUL - MILO RAU

Wednesday 20.11.19
Zürich (Schauspielhaus)

Theatre-maker Milo Rau leaves the Greek tragedy in its classic grandeur, but links the story to contemporary issues.

DE BLINDE DICHTER - NEEDCOMPANY

Wednesday 20.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

Needcompany returns to the time when women were in power and Paris was a provincial town.

RIJGEN - SARAH MOEREMANS & JOACHIM ROBBRECHT

Wednesday 20.11.19
Den Haag (Spui Zaal 1)

Director Sarah Moeremans and writer Joachim Robbrecht explore the dark corners of lust and love in our times.

ORESTES IN MOSUL - MILO RAU

Thursday 21.11.19
Zürich (Schauspielhaus)

Theatre-maker Milo Rau leaves the Greek tragedy in its classic grandeur, but links the story to contemporary issues.

DE BLINDE DICHTER - NEEDCOMPANY

Thursday 21.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

Needcompany returns to the time when women were in power and Paris was a provincial town.

LA REPRISE. HISTOIRE(S) DU THÉÂTRE I - MILO RAU

Friday 22.11.19
St-Petersburg (National Theatre)

Theatre-maker Milo Rau reconstructs the murder of Ihsane Jarfi, a boy from Liège, Muslim and gay. Theatrical masterpiece. Terrifyingly good.

ORESTES IN MOSUL - MILO RAU

Friday 22.11.19
Zürich (Schauspielhaus)

Theatre-maker Milo Rau leaves the Greek tragedy in its classic grandeur, but links the story to contemporary issues.

RIJGEN - SARAH MOEREMANS & JOACHIM ROBBRECHT

Friday 22.11.19
Tilburg (SB)

Director Sarah Moeremans and writer Joachim Robbrecht explore the dark corners of lust and love in our times.

WIE IS BANG - KOEN DE SUTTER & TOM LANOYE

Friday 22.11.19
Strombeek (CC Strombeek)

An older couple of actors join forces with two younger actors from different backgrounds. Their first meeting sees all the repressed conflicts come to the surface…

LA REPRISE. HISTOIRE(S) DU THÉÂTRE I - MILO RAU

Saturday 23.11.19
St-Petersburg (National Theatre)

Theatre-maker Milo Rau reconstructs the murder of Ihsane Jarfi, a boy from Liège, Muslim and gay. Theatrical masterpiece. Terrifyingly good.

BIRDSONG - DEMOCRAZY

Saturday 23.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

WIE IS BANG - KOEN DE SUTTER & TOM LANOYE

Wednesday 27.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

An older couple of actors join forces with two younger actors from different backgrounds. Their first meeting sees all the repressed conflicts come to the surface…

RIJGEN - SARAH MOEREMANS & JOACHIM ROBBRECHT

Wednesday 27.11.19
Rotterdam (SB Kleine Zaal)

Director Sarah Moeremans and writer Joachim Robbrecht explore the dark corners of lust and love in our times.

WIE IS BANG - KOEN DE SUTTER & TOM LANOYE

Thursday 28.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

An older couple of actors join forces with two younger actors from different backgrounds. Their first meeting sees all the repressed conflicts come to the surface…

RIJGEN - SARAH MOEREMANS & JOACHIM ROBBRECHT

Thursday 28.11.19
Rotterdam (SB Kleine Zaal)

Director Sarah Moeremans and writer Joachim Robbrecht explore the dark corners of lust and love in our times.

GHOST WRITER & THE BROKEN HAND BREAK - MIET WARLOP

Friday 29.11.19
Zürich (TH Gessnerallee)

Miet Warlop created a performance about taking or losing control.

WIE IS BANG - KOEN DE SUTTER & TOM LANOYE

Friday 29.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

An older couple of actors join forces with two younger actors from different backgrounds. Their first meeting sees all the repressed conflicts come to the surface…

RIJGEN - SARAH MOEREMANS & JOACHIM ROBBRECHT

Friday 29.11.19
Eindhoven (NATLAB)

Director Sarah Moeremans and writer Joachim Robbrecht explore the dark corners of lust and love in our times.

GHOST WRITER & THE BROKEN HAND BREAK - MIET WARLOP

Saturday 30.11.19
Zürich (TH Gessnerallee)

Miet Warlop created a performance about taking or losing control.

WIE IS BANG - KOEN DE SUTTER & TOM LANOYE

Saturday 30.11.19
NTGent Schouwburg (Zaal)

An older couple of actors join forces with two younger actors from different backgrounds. Their first meeting sees all the repressed conflicts come to the surface…

ORESTES IN MOSUL - MILO RAU

Saturday 30.11.19
Madrid (Festival D'Otono)

Theatre-maker Milo Rau leaves the Greek tragedy in its classic grandeur, but links the story to contemporary issues.