Pieter De Buysser

Landscape with Skiproads


English /  90 Min

Eight objects are gathered on stage, including a glove that once belonged to Adam Smith, one of Boris Yeltsin’s empty bottles and Henry Ford’s rocking horse. Flitting in and out of numerous characters, locations and eras, the Brussels-based theatre-maker, author and actor Pieter de Buysser leads the audience through his collection. With a surreal solo piece he celebrates theatre’s essential power: storytelling.  

Production: Hiros. Coproduction: HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Kaaitheater (Brüssel),  STUK kunstencentrum (Leuven)  BIT  Teatergarasjen (Bergen),  Avant Garden (Trondheim), Archa Theater (Prag), Richard Jordan Productions Ltd (Eastbourne), Big in Belgium, LIFT Festival (London), Theatre Royal Plymouth in association with Summerhall, House on Fire with support by the Culture Programme of the European Union. Supported by the Flemish Government.


Text & Perfomance: Pieter De Buysser / Scenography: Herman Sorgeloos / Dramaturgy: Marianne Van Kerkhoven


  • Past
    Thu 9.4.2015, 20:00 / HAU3
    Fri 10.4.2015, 20:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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