16.10.19 11.12.19

Rijgen - Sarah Moeremans & Joachim Robbrecht

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Love, a game. In a series of scenes, in which they do not avoid taboos or forbidden forms of love, three performers imagine themselves in the many roles that 21st Century suffering lovers and merry pleasure seekers play.

The title Rijgen alludes to the famous classic about love and lust of Arthur Schnitzler, in which he depicts the sexual morals during the fin de siècle in ten scenes between couples. Inspired by Schnitzler, Robbrecht and Moeremans portray the darker corners of lust and love in our times.

In a series of scenes, in which they do not avoid taboos or forbidden forms of love, three performers imagine themselves in the roles of suffering lovers and merry pleasure seekers: The loneliness of the zoophile who desires his miniature horse as well as the cravings of the pedophile are portrayed in this play on contemporary love and lust. Whispered phantasies and painful confessions bring a flush on your cheeks.

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€14-24

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In Dutch
Subtitles in English

estimated duration

1h35'
credits

direction

Sarah Moeremans

text

Joachim Robbrecht , in samenwerking met Artun Alaska Arasli

dramaturgy

Joachim Robbrecht

set and costume design

Dorothee Curio

light design

Sander Michiels

direction assistant

Liesbeth Standaert

production management

Sebastiaan Peeters

stage manager

Sander Michiels

technical team production

Chris Vanneste

stage technique

Eddy Deschepper

sound technique

Frederik Vanslembrouck

light technique

Eva Dermul

costume creation

An De Mol

set realisation

Flup Beys , Joris Soenen , Luc Goedertier , Pierre Keulemans , Thierry Dhondt

internship direction assistant

Marie Lamon

trainee set- and costume design

Julie Illegems

this production was realized with the support of

The Belgian Tax Shelter

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ON TOUR

Wednesday 11 December 2019
20u30
Utrecht (SSB Blauwe Zaal)

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