CANCELLED : RULE OF THREE
CANCELLED : RULE OF THREE
Due to an injury of one of the dancers, this performance has to be cancelled. Tickets will be refunded automatically - all ticket buyers will receive an e-mail from us.
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The performance will probably be part of next season's programme.
We apologise for the inconvenience.
RULE OF THREE takes as its starting point our ability to zap in a flash from one impression to another. A sequence of scenes echoes the fragmentary experience of reality that is the consequence of this overload of stimuli.
RULE OF THREE positions itself as a danced performance somewhere in between a concert and a short-story collection. It is a collection of short stories written with bodies, light, music, costumes and text. An untamed meditation which, just like these times, builds on contrasts: between stillness and explosion, precision and intuition, heart and reason. For RULE OF THREE, Jan Martens collaborates for the very first time with American producer and drummer NAH whose music blends live and programmed drums with found sounds and heavily manipulated samples. On stage, performers Steven Michel, Julien Josse and Courtney May Robertson engage in a dialogue with NAH’s eclectic musical composition and keep driving up the sensory stimulation.
By Jan Martens | with Steven Michel, Julien Josse, Courtney May Robertson and/or Dan Mussett | music NAH | with short stories by Lydia Davis © Denise Shannon Literary Agency, Inc. | costumes Valérie Hellebaut | light design Jan Fedinger | DRAMATURGY / REPETITOR Greet Van Poeck | TECHNIQUE Michel Spang or Marie Vandecasteele | PRODUCTION GRIP | INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION A Propic / Line Rousseau and Marion Gauvent | CO-PRODUCTION deSingel internationale kunstcampus, Théâtre de la Ville – Paris met Festival d’Automne à Paris, Le Gymnase CDCN I Roubaix – Hauts-de-France en tanzhaus nrw | WITH SUPPORT BY STUK Kunstencentrum and Grand Theatre | WITH FINANCIAL SUPPORT BY de Vlaamse overheid en de stad Antwerpen | THANKS TO Marc Vanrunxt and Anne-Lise Brevers | WITH SHORT STORIES BY LYDIA DAVIS Writing en The Dog Hair uit CAN'T & WON'T van Lydia Davis. Copyright © 2014 van Lydia Davis. Suddenly Afraid uit VARIETIES OF DISTURBANCE. Copyright © 2007 van Lydia Davis.