Vincent Hennebicq reveals the fate of this master of the art of controlling minds by appropriating some of Mr. Bernay’s own tricks. Demonsatration or prestidigitation, Propaganda! Examines the history of the 20th century.
Tom Goosens immerses himself in the three operas that were the product of Mozart’s collaboration with Lorenzo Da Ponte. The director, with pianist Wouter Deltour, has proposed a new theatrical language by distancing himself from the classic form of the opera.
Why do men go to war? And what can woman do to stop them, if anything? Sahand Sahebdivan, born in Iran, and Raphael Rodan, raised in Israel ponder this question in a moving but also funny one on one encounter.
The lack of mooring with which to deal with ways of acting that are perpetually mutating, which stops human beings from being able to learn from their experiences. Michèle Noiret reacts to the ambient, troubling and violent chaos which disorients the world without losing all hope.
Journey-stories full of surprises, fed with anecdotes of his life, of his childhood, invite the spectator to open up to new reflections, starting at the tangible to soar towards the philosophic and the universal.
Marcos Morau pursues a transversal choreographic work fed by many forms of expression, from movies to the plastic arts via literature. He explores the mechanisms of passion and questions the notion of progress.
Une cérémonie is seeking its rules and its forms, hesitates when picking its costumes and its protocol. One can make out the historical fantasy of a group looking for absolutes, carting around its ideals, its dreams and its musical instruments.
At the juncture of stand-up, the absurd and existential drama, Cédric Eeckhout obsessively singles out the similarities that unite his fate with that of the entire continent, politically and economically.