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A FAMILY STORY, OR SCRAPS THEREOF, EACH ONE A TABLEAU OF HEART-RENDING BEAUTY.

The young artist Lisaboa Houbrechts is driven by the urge for beauty, for grand images and musical splendor, alive with grandeur of movement. The family story is traced back to the 1940s and goes through to the 1970s, covering an array of fragments from the past, large and small excerpts where sexual abuse weaves its way from generation to generation. The Bach Oratorio provides the accompaniment while the inner workings of domestic violence and the condemnation of a certain divine image based on male stereotypes come together in tableaux both strange and powerful.

Duration
01:30
Price
From €8 to €30
Schedules
15:00, 20:00
Language
In Dutch, French, German
Overtitled in French

Lageste (Les ballets C de la B + Kabinet K)
Text & Direction Lisaboa Houbrechts

LAGESTE (LES BALLETS C DE LA B + KABINET K)

Performance in Dutch, French and German. French supertitles.

Dramaturgy Hildegard De Vuyst Music J. S. Bach Musical dramaturgy Piet De Volder Conductor & musical arrangements Pedro Beriso Arrangements for accordion & tenor Philippe Thuriot Music score Bert & Stijn Cools (granvat) Recordings Orkest Opera Ballet Vlaanderen Scenography & marionnettes Filip Peeters Costumes Oumar Dicko Lighting Fabiana Piccioli

With Alberto Martinez, Boule Mpanya, Driss Vandekerckhove, Eddie Dumont, Elisa Soster, Elsie de Brauw, Ferre Vereecken, Jules Dorné, Pieter Ampe, Philippe Thuriot, Stefaan Degand, Wolf De Graeve, Zofia Hanna

PRODUCTION laGeste (BE). COPRODUCTION Opera Ballet Vlaanderen (BE) – Toneelhuis (BE) – Le Phénix, scène nationale de Valenciennes – MC93-Maison de la Culture de Seine-Saint-Denis – Opéra de Lille – Holland Festival, Amsterdam. WITH THANKS TO De School van Gaasbeek. WITH SUPPORT FROM the city of Ghent – Flemish authorities and the Belgian federal government via Flanders Tax Shelter and the Belgian Tax Shelter.

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