Together with thirteen youngsters, choreographer Michiel Vandevelde examines the legacy of May ’68. What happened to the values and ideals of the sixties? How do young people view history and their future?
In 1929 Virginia Woolf stated that female characters are usually defined by their relationship to male characters. The Bechdel test was developed in the 1980s: an informal test to assess the degree of sexism in fiction.
Three lonely figures are looking for a home. But what exactly does ‘home’ mean? Is home a synonym for a ‘roof over your head’? Or does not having a roof over your head still mean something other than being homeless?
In SNAP XL, choreographer Talitha De Decker combines everything that is the pinnacle of dance fun: virtuoso bodies, mathematical structures, and the fat beats of ‘90s music. The result is a party that is both inviting and alienating.
In a world driven by statements, statistics, and moods, Sarah Vanhee creates a place for imagination, together with seven youngsters between eight and eleven years old. They are silent beings, sensitive to the unpredictable.
June 1968. At the festival d’Avignon, the famous New York actor’s group The Living Theatre attend the premiere of Paradise Now. The actors want to draw the audience into a state of readiness – ready for action in the world outside the theatre.
A spark. An outburst. A trance. With SNAP XL the young choreographer Talitha De Decker has created a shamelessly positive dance production. She drives straight to the core of her passion for dance.
Under the wing of the company of Wim Vandekeybus, in 2015 Seppe Baeyens developed his first m
In 2014 Joke Laureyns and Kwint Manshoven met the Italian war reporter Franco Fagetti.
Visual and sound artist Inge van den Kroonenberg and a group of kids aged 8 to 12 go on a two-day trip through STUK and Leuven.
Put on your dancing shoes and be sure to be warmed up: we close off Rode Hond in STUK with a proper party in STUKcafé!
Fierce trees, prickly bushes, mini mountains and rideable deers ... Visual artist Chantal de Wolde invictes young and old to get lost in her wonderfully colourful deer forest.
Léopold is sent to the countryside for a breath of fresh air. He ends up at Mamie Ronce's place, an old lady who hates children and lives alone with her dog.
We’re having a party and you’re invited!
licht! is a performance in which light itself begins to dance.