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Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles

La Dernière génération, ou les 120 journées de Sodome

Milo Rau
Theater Stap

19 > 21.12.2023

Director Milo Rau delves into the darker and more taboo areas of society. He examines the tragic events of our history and confronts us with the violence of the world. 

La Dernière génération, ou les 120 journées de Sodome freely combines Sade’s novel with Pasolini’s film and sets them in the present. Created with Theater Stap, the play examines the notions of power and voyeurism. 

Between the search for pleasure and the fear of decline, La Dernière génération, ou les 120 journées de Sodome exposes the contradictions of our time, highlighting the coexistence of luxury and torment, the obsession with normalization and the taste for petty bourgeois scandal.


  • - 20:15

    Grande production

  • - 19:15

    Grande production

  • - 20:15

    Grande production / Introduction · 19:30



fr, nl, surtitling nl, fr


1h 40mins


Grande salle


18 +


Jacqueline Bollen
Koen De Sutter
Liesbeth De Hertogh
Ann Dockx
Robert Hunger-Bühler
Hazina Kenis
Els Laenen
Tanne Lemmens
Luc Loots
Olga Mouak
Leen Teunkens
Bram Vaneeckhaut
Gert Wellens
Gitte Wens

Direction et text
Milo Rau

Artistic directors of the Theater Stap
Marc Bryssinck
Ingrid Van den Bergh

Bart Van Gyseghem

Assistant director
Manon Pfrunder

Scenography and Costume Design
Anton Lukas

Stefan Bläske
Joline Vermeulen

Research and artistic collaborators
Kaatje De Geest

Executive production and tour management
Mascha Euchner-Martinez

Executive production Théâtre de Liège
Aline Defour

Production assistant
Caroline Gonce

Stage Manager
Yannik Fontaine

Coralie Denooz

Video direction
Gwen Laroche

Sound operator
Jerôme Mylonas

Lighting operator
Renaud Minet

Stage management and props
Claudine Mause

Mylène Freszczak

Sets and costumes
Ateliers du Théâtre de Liège

Théâtre de Liège & DC&J Création

Theater Stap, NTGent

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Le Rideau de saison, Maak & Transmettre · photos : Lucile Dizier, 2024