Indoor Weather • cancelled
Unfortunately, this performance has to be cancelled due to unforeseen productional problems.
All tickets will be refunded automatically - ticket holders will be contacted via e-mail.
We apologise for the inconvenience.
A performance on location in the theatre, with the audience as performer and the actor as extra. Man and machine engaged in a mysterious game. But who influences whom?
What if the theatre was the stomach of an enormous whale? Or no wait, a futuristic and completely unknown ecosystem?
Inspired by Moby Dick and the eco science fiction of Jeff Vandermeer and others, Ezra Veldhuis and Bosse Provoost use the entire theatre’s technical apparatus to set your imagination wide open. Indoor Weather puts light, sound and theatrical effects on a par with the human performers. All these elements interact in a mysterious game whose rules lie just beyond our grasp. A fungus-green glow suddenly shimmers on the stage and then spreads like an oil slick throughout the theatre; a player performs extracts from Danish poet Inger Christensen’s monumental poem cycle from 1969; soundscapes swell and fade in space like areas of high and low pressure. Who influences whom in this constantly mutating environment? What depends on what? Is the environment a bulwark or enemy?
In front of the mountains, and before the mountains
burn or break up as planned,
houses are set up, but just houses
that are not real houses, but just real
fronts of unreal houses
into which everyone can easily run
when an artificial rain begins
(poem from it, Inger Christensen)
Presentation in collaboration with 30CC in the frame of Warm Alarm Festival.
concept, direction, sound, set Ezra Veldhuis & Bosse Provoost
with Benjamin Cools, Lobke Leirens, Nathan Ooms, Kristien De Proost
choreography Nathan Ooms
dramaturgy Seìbastien Hendrickx, Edith Cassiers
sound design Benne Dousselaere
production Toneelhuis / P.U.L.S.
co-production De Grote Post Oostende
with the support of workspacebrussels, Buda Kortrijk, C-Takt Genk, de Tax Shelter van de Belgische Federale Overheid, Casa Kafka Pictures Tax Shelter empowered by Belfius
€ 16/12 (tier 1)
€ 14/10 (tier 2)
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