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Belgian Rules / Belgium Rules

Jan Fabre & Troubleyn

dance
Fri 03 Nov 2017 19.30
introduction by Edith Cassiers 18.45
start 19.30
expected end time 23.15

Jan Fabre dissects his homeland: a total spectacle, with dance, music and text

Just as Fellini made an ode to his city with Roma, so too does Fabre want to bring on ode to his country. He wants to share the crazy fun of our culture with the whole world. It is not the fringes of society that Fabre shows, but the irony, which never becomes cynical. Instead he glorifies the subversive power of our imagination. Belgian Rules / Belgium Rules is Fabre's theatrical 'selfie' of his roots. Musician Raymond van het Groenewoud provides the accompanying songs. Johan de Boose provides the text.

performers

Annabelle Chambon, Cédric Charron, Tabitha Cholet, Anny Czupper, Conor Thomas Doherty, Stella Höttler, Ivana Jozic, Gustav Königs, Mariateresa Notarangelo, Çigdem Polat, Annabel Reid,
Merel Severs, Ursel Tilk, Kasper Vandenberghe, Andrew James Van Ostade: performance

Jan Fabre: concept & director
Johan de Boose: text
Raymond van het Groenewoud (Belgian Rules et Vlaanderen Boven/Wallonie d’abord) & Andrew James Van Ostade (other music): music
Miet Martens: dramaturgy
Edith Cassiers: dramaturgical assistant
Kasia Mielczarek & Jonne Sikkema: costumes

Nina Certyn: stage assistant-director
Monika Nyckowska: stage costumes
Timeau De Keyser: stage P.U.L.S. (Project for Upcoming artists on the Large Stage)

Andre Schneider: technical direction
Sebastiaan Peeters: production
Wout Janssens: lighting
Randy Thielemans & Kevin Deckers: stage technicians
Howard Heckers: sound

production: Troubleyn/Jan Fabre
coproduction: Napoli Teatro Festival Italia-Fondazione Campania dei Festival, ImpulsTanz Vienna International Dance Festival, Théâtre de Liège & Concertgebouw Brugge
Troubleyn/Jan Fabre is supported by the Flemish government and the city of Antwerp

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Annabelle Chambon, Cédric Charron, Tabitha Cholet, Anny Czupper, Conor Thomas Doherty, Stella Höttler, Ivana J...

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Fri 03 Nov 2017 19.30
introduction by Edith Cassiers 18.45
start 19.30
expected end time 23.15

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