The Internet is a forum for opportunity and abuse in a fable by Fabrice Murgia, which also tackles sex tourism and the digital divide between North and South.
Obsessed by Frank Wedekind’s text for over 20 years, Armel Roussel creates an insightful and sensuous new setting for it in this Studio TN Production.
Milo Rau examines the history of the creation of stage design and questions its role in the representation of reality and audience manipulation.
Nicolas Buysse and Fabio Zenoni take an urban safari to explore the town whilst hijacking the codes of personal development.
Based on the novel by writer and film-maker Philippe Claudel, Guy Cassiers examines questions of friendship, exile and displacement in a moving dialogue.