Beyond fear and prejudice, La Route du Levant takes us behind closed doors in an attempt to understand the violence of religious radicalization.

Two men in a police station in the suburbs: one is a police officer, the other is suspected of wanting to join a terrorist group. One defends the many opportunities given by our society, the other represents a youth lost to disillusionment. Thus begins a tense interrogation, a game of chess, with each opponent trying to throw the other one off their tracks. Their views on the Western world are pitted up against each other... to the point of shaking up our own popular beliefs ?

La Route du Levant by Dominique Ziegler reveals a crucial question on current events: what factors are pushing today’s youth to adopting violent and radical thoughts and beliefs ? A powerful performance prone to debate !

 

Au delà de la peur et des préjugés, La Route du Levant nous plonge dans un huis clos oppressant pour tenter de comprendre la radicalisation religieuse violen...

Info

  • Language

    FR

  • Kids

    15+

  • Duration

    90'

  • Venue

    Salle Jacques Huisman

  • Discussion after each performance - 30'

Cast

  • Text
    Dominique Ziegler

    Direction
    Jean-Michel Van den Eeyden

    Artistic collaboration
    Line Guellati

    With
    Jean-Pierre Baudson et Gregory Carnoli

    Light design
    Julien Vernay

    Sound design
    Vincent Cahay

    Light operator
    Julien Vernay

    Sound operator
    Jérôme Mylonas alternating with Benoit Pelé or Samson Jauffret

  • Production
    L’ANCRE (Charleroi)

    Coproduction
    Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles

    Support
    Fonds culturel de la Société Suisse des Auteurs (SSA)

    Thanks

    Réseau de prise en charge des extrémismes et des radicalismes violents (www.extremismes-violents.be), asbl S.A.V.E. Belgium, le CRIC, SAJ Charleroi, CAL Charleroi, la CNAPD, Mourad B., Julianne Laffineur, Philippe Laurent

    © Leslie Artamonow

Calendar

  • Thursday
    20:30
  • Friday
    20:30
  • Saturday
    20:30
  • Tuesday
    20:30
  • Wednesday
    19:30
  • Thursday
    20:30
  • Friday
    20:30
  • Saturday
    20:30
  • Sunday
    15:00
  • Tuesday
    20:30
  • Wednesday
    19:30