28.09.18 12.12.20

Lam Gods Milo Rau

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In the reconstruction of the Ghent Altarpiece on stage, a panorama of our present world emerges and at the same time a manifesto for art and spirituality in a human life.
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€14 - 26

UiTPAS holders who are entitled to the social tariff receive a reduction of 80% for our activities. Order your tickets at Tickets Gent and bring your UiTPAS when you get your ticket.

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DU-ENG-GERMAN & FR spoken
DU & ENG surtitles

This performance contains scenes of nudity, a video with the killing of a sheep and a video with close images of a woman giving birth.

In order to offer you the best service, we ask you to mention when booking your tickets, whether you are a wheelchair user, blind or visually impaired, deaf or hearing impaired via tickets@ticketsgent.be. Other relevant information is also welcome if you would like to count on any assistance from us.

estimated duration

1h45'

In his productions, Milo Rau often mixes amateurs with professional actors, reality with fiction. For his opening production The Ghent Altarpiece he put more than 50 citizens of Ghent on stage to re-enact the Ghent Altarpiece, made by The Van Eyck brothers. Rau has made more than 50 plays, films, events and books. For his work he has received various prizes, e.g. in 2018 the European Theatre Prize. In 2020 he became honorary doctor at  Ghent University. 


An ode to Ghent and its inhabitants. This theatre performance was the first play he created as artistic director at NTGent.

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concept, direction & text

Milo Rau

on stage

Frank Focketyn, Chris Thys, Koen Everaert, Storm Calle, Rames Abdullah, Güllüzar Calli, Fanny Vandesande, Bram Wets, Rani T'Kindt, Jonathan Linga

on screen

Said Ahmadi, Aghyad Abido, Aline Platteau, Besmillah Hussaini, Yaseen Ali Ibrahim, Mohammed Juma Rahimi, Emad Khazal, Denise Kimbo, Katelijne Laevens, Mohamed Loay, Lotte Loncin, Nelly Massa, Filip Taveirne, Annabel Heyse, Hiranya terryn, Marijse Tratsaert, Steven Vander Stichelen, Leen Van Welden, Jan Vereeck, Marijn Vlaeminck, Mieke Vercruysse, Alys Ward, Arvo Wets, Carmen Hornbostel, Ahmad Hamod, Ayham Abido, Nele Buyts, Abbas Akbari, Amina Alhaj, Anas Almasri, Bilal Alnouri, Rasha Alobeid, Abdalhameed Alobid, Leen Baccaert, Chokri Ben Chikha, Zouzou Ben Chikha, Yaël Bobo, Barbara Gessler, Wim Claeys, Dirk Crommelinck, Marc Croux, Eman Dawoud Radwan, Tom De Clercq, Benny D'Haeseleer, Wim Distelmans, Pablo Fernandez Alonso, Abdel Majid Gandouzi, Etab Yaghi

children choir

Jakob, Kaat & Marie Bombaerts, Merel Boone, Mien Cottenier, Luz De Maesschalck, Kaat De Waegemaeker, Leonore & Elodie Dobbelaere, Dita & Nico Dufoor, Hanne Maes, Luce & Juliette Marichal, Flo Meskens, Stella Minner-Goossens, Elena Van Vooren, No & Til Verhasselt, Ben Vuylsteke

dramaturgy

Stefan Bläske

internship dramaturgy

Eline Banken

set & costume design

Anton Lukas

casting and production leader

Annabel Heyse

direction assistant

Katelijne Laevens

assistant costumes

Miguel Penaranda

light design

Dennis Diels

stage manager

Marijn Vlaeminck

camera video-remake panels

Steven Maenhout

camera documentary images

Pascal Poissonnier

direction documentary film

Bram Van Paesschen

editing

Joris Vertenten

video technique

Victor Goddyn, Stijn Pauwels, Raf Willems

light technique

Dennis Diels

sound technique

Bart Meeusen

stage technique

Marijn Vlaeminck, Gunther De Braekeleer

dresser

Micheline D'Hertoge

set and costume workshop

Pierre Keulemans, Thierry Dhondt, Joris Soenen, Sam Declercq, Luc Goedertier, Flup Beys, An De Mol, Mieke Vander Cruyssen

tour manager

Laura Ergo, Noemi Suarez Sanchez, Sebastiaan Peeters

internship dramaturgy & surtitling

Eline Banken, Bo Alfaro Decreton

coproducer

Internationaal Theater Amsterdam, Schauspiel Stuttgart

this production was realized with the support of

The Belgian Tax Shelter
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TOON MINDER
credits

concept, direction & text

Milo Rau

on stage

Frank Focketyn , Chris Thys , Koen Everaert, Storm Calle, Rames Abdullah, Güllüzar Calli, Fanny Vandesande , Bram Wets, Rani T'Kindt, Jonathan Linga

on screen

Said Ahmadi, Aghyad Abido, Aline Platteau, Besmillah Hussaini, Yaseen Ali Ibrahim, Mohammed Juma Rahimi, Emad Khazal, Denise Kimbo , Katelijne Laevens , Mohamed Loay, Lotte Loncin , Nelly Massa, Filip Taveirne, Annabel Heyse, Hiranya terryn, Marijse Tratsaert, Steven Vander Stichelen, Leen Van Welden , Jan Vereeck, Marijn Vlaeminck , Mieke Vercruysse, Alys Ward, Arvo Wets, Carmen Hornbostel , Ahmad Hamod, Ayham Abido, Nele Buyts, Abbas Akbari, Amina Alhaj, Anas Almasri, Bilal Alnouri, Rasha Alobeid, Abdalhameed Alobid, Leen Baccaert, Chokri Ben Chikha, Zouzou Ben Chikha, Yaël Bobo, Barbara Gessler, Wim Claeys, Dirk Crommelinck , Marc Croux, Eman Dawoud Radwan, Tom De Clercq , Benny D'Haeseleer , Wim Distelmans, Pablo Fernandez Alonso , Abdel Majid Gandouzi, Etab Yaghi

children choir

Jakob, Kaat & Marie Bombaerts, Merel Boone, Mien Cottenier, Luz De Maesschalck, Kaat De Waegemaeker, Leonore & Elodie Dobbelaere, Dita & Nico Dufoor, Hanne Maes, Luce & Juliette Marichal, Flo Meskens, Stella Minner-Goossens, Elena Van Vooren, No & Til Verhasselt, Ben Vuylsteke

dramaturgy

Stefan Bläske

internship dramaturgy

Eline Banken

set & costume design

Anton Lukas

casting and production leader

Annabel Heyse

direction assistant

Katelijne Laevens

assistant costumes

Miguel Penaranda

light design

Dennis Diels

stage manager

Marijn Vlaeminck

camera video-remake panels

Steven Maenhout

camera documentary images

Pascal Poissonnier

direction documentary film

Bram Van Paesschen

editing

Joris Vertenten

video technique

Victor Goddyn, Stijn Pauwels, Raf Willems

light technique

Dennis Diels

sound technique

Bart Meeusen

stage technique

Marijn Vlaeminck , Gunther De Braekeleer

dresser

Micheline D'Hertoge

set and costume workshop

Pierre Keulemans , Thierry Dhondt , Joris Soenen , Sam Declercq, Luc Goedertier , Flup Beys , An De Mol , Mieke Vander Cruyssen

tour manager

Laura Ergo , Noemi Suarez Sanchez, Sebastiaan Peeters

internship dramaturgy & surtitling

Eline Banken , Bo Alfaro Decreton

coproducer

Internationaal Theater Amsterdam, Schauspiel Stuttgart

this production was realized with the support of

The Belgian Tax Shelter
practical

tickets

€14 - 26

UiTPAS holders who are entitled to the social tariff receive a reduction of 80% for our activities. Order your tickets at Tickets Gent and bring your UiTPAS when you get your ticket.

practical

DU-ENG-GERMAN & FR spoken
DU & ENG surtitles

This performance contains scenes of nudity, a video with the killing of a sheep and a video with close images of a woman giving birth.

In order to offer you the best service, we ask you to mention when booking your tickets, whether you are a wheelchair user, blind or visually impaired, deaf or hearing impaired via tickets@ticketsgent.be. Other relevant information is also welcome if you would like to count on any assistance from us.

estimated duration

1h45'

NEWS

TICKETS

For reasons of rescheduling during the 2019-2020 season and smaller capacity, this production is already sold out. Subscribe for our waiting list and you'll be the first to know when extra tickets are available.

Thursday 3 December 2020
20:00
NTGent Schouwburg
Saturday 5 December 2020
20:00
NTGent Schouwburg
Sunday 6 December 2020
15:00
NTGent Schouwburg
Wednesday 9 December 2020
18:30
NTGent Schouwburg
Thursday 10 December 2020
20:00
NTGent Schouwburg
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  • Magda Van Gompel

    Het was een adembenemende avond, dat is het toneel waar we nood aan hebben, het zet ons met onze neus op de werkelijkheid. De toekomst die we kunnen afwijzen of onder ogen zien. Wereldburgers worden en samen gelukkig zijn en mekaar beminnen of mekaar doodmaken.

  • Tim

    Twee tickets beschikbaar voor zaterdag 20/10 via Ticketswap

  • Patrick Mestdagh

    Waanzinnig goed !! Voorstelling die lang blijft nazinderen.
    Proficiat aan het volledige team

  • Elly

    2 tickets voor 17 oktober beschikbaar via Ticketswap

  • Roger Van Den Bulcke

    Genoten van het Lam Gods: inventief, meeslepend, emoties, menselijkheid. Inderdaad, een nieuwe wind in ons vertrouwd theater. Ik dacht even aan Jan Hoet zaliger die ook wegen bewandelde sie een ander niet aandeed. Proficiat voor al de medewerkers en voor de regie van Milo Rau. Al het dwaas gedonder in de kranten was absoluut overbodig: geen schandalen maar oprechte mooie mensen, kinderen en volwassenen, allemaal samen met hun warm publiek.
    Meer moet dat niet zijn.