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          54. Theatertreffen Berlin Milo Rau / IIPM / CAMPO Five Easy Pieces

          Theater/Performance

          2016 July 01 02 03 | 19.30
          2017 May 13 | 20.00
          2017 May 14 | 15.00
          Festsaal

          Flämisch mit deutschen + englischen Übertiteln

          Is it possible – and with which means – to perform the life of child killer Marc Dutroux with children? Swiss theatre director Milo Rau and his International Institute of Political Murder (IIPM) have conquered the biggest international stages in recent years with their matchless political theatre. Their works are based on testimonies and reconstructions of true stories and mercilessly break through the taboos of our age. Together with the CAMPO arts centre from Ghent, they have set up an ambitious project involving children and teenagers between 8 and 13 years old for the first time. Rau uses the biography of the country’s most notoriously shameful criminal to sketch a brief history of Belgium and to reflect the (re)presentation of human feelings on stage.

          CONCEPT, SCRIPT, DIRECTION Milo Rau SCRIPT, ACTING Rachel Dedain, Maurice Leerman, Pepijn Loobuyck, Willem Loobuyck, Polly Persyn, Peter Seynaeve, Elle Liza Tayou, Winne Vanacker ACTING VIDEO Sara De Bosschere, Pieter-Jan De Wyngaert, Johan Leysen, Jan Steen, Ans Van den Eede, Hendrik Van Doorn, Annabelle Van Nieuwenhuyse DRAMATURGY Stefan Bläske ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, PERFORMANCE COACH Peter Seynaeve RESEARCH Mirjam Knapp, Dries Douibi STAGE DESIGN, COSTUMES Anton Lukas VIDEO, SOUND DESIGN Sam Verhaert CHILD CARE, PRODUCTION ASSISTENCE Ted Oonk MUSIC COACH Herlinde Ghekiere STAGE CONSTRUCTIONIan Kesteleyn TECHNICAL SUPERVISION Bart Huybrechts, Korneel Coessens, Piet Depoortere TECHNICAL SUPERVISION BERLIN Jens Baudisch PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Wim Clapdorp, Mascha Euchner-Martinez, Eva-Karen Tittmann PR IIPM Yven Augustin TOUR MANAGEMENT Leen De Broe SALES MANAGEMENT Marijke Vandersmissen

          A production of IIPM and CAMPO Gent in coproduction with Kunstenfestivaldesarts Brussels 2016, Münchner Kammerspiele, La Bâtie – Festival de Genève, Kaserne Basel, Gessnerallee Zürich, Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA), SICK! Festival UK, Le phénix scène nationale Valenciennes pôle européen de création and SOPHIENSÆLE. Executive producer is CAMPO Gent. Funded by the Governing Mayor of Berlin - Senate Chancellery - Cultural Affairs, Pro Helvetia Schweizer Kulturstiftung, Ernst Göhner Stiftung and GGG Basel. CAMPO is supported by the Government of Flanders, the Province of East Flanders and the city of Gent. Media partner: Der Freitag, taz.die tageszeitung

          Photos: Phile Deprez