In this Studio TN original production Christophe Sermet directs Tom Lanoye’s text which feminizes Shakespeare’s King Lear and puts her into the world of high finance.
Continuing with his work on Aeschylus’ plays, Olivier Py premieres a trilogy with strong characters: a prisoner, a chaplain, a banker…
Jan Lauwers trusts the peerless Viviane De Muynck with the narration of this adaptation of the novel by Stefan Hertmans about his grandfather.
The Lithuanian director Oskaras Koršunovas stages Brecht’s farce to highlight the bitterness and hypocrisy of a society falling into tatters.
Working closely with puppeteer Michael Pietsch, Jan-Christof Gockel tells us the life story of the Brothers Grimm in a captivating, magical spectacle.
Return of the short format festival that brings together some 100 artists to showcase the innovation and diversity of Belgian and International creators.
Exploring their family histories, Hervé Guerrisi and Grégory Carnoli ask us to question the theses of identity and origins, in the light of science.
Josse de Pauw, opera singer Claron McFadden, and pianist Kris Defoort stand up for human beings in a musical and theatrical speech for the defence based on an essay by writer Arnon Grunberg.
Delphine Bibet explores the words of emblematic French songs and associates them with Roland Barthes’ Fragments in a musical show.
Séverine Chavrier, in the form of a road movie, brings us the tragic and all devouring passion of the feverish Faulkner novel.
To support Ali Aarrass – a Moroccan Belgian imprisoned arbitrarily in Morocco – a group of women get together to express their resistance musically.
Director Jan Christophe Gockel and puppeteer Michael Pietsch bring the fabled monster to life in the form of a monumental creature.