Jérôme Bel / Ruth Rosenfeld

Jérôme Bel


German /  approx. 100 mins.

For many years, Jérôme Bel has created dance portraits of choreographers and dancers. For his newest work, Bel has dedicated himself to telling the story of his own artistic work. The choreographer has created an “auto-bio-choreo-graphic” performance, staged by the actor Ruth Rosenfeld.


Performance: Ruth Rosenfeld / Text, videos: Jérôme Bel / With: Ruth Rosenfeld, Frédéric Seguette, Claire Haenni, Gisèle Pelozuelo, Yseult Roch, Olga De Soto, Peter Vandenbempt, Sonja Augart, Simone Verde, Esther Snelder, Nicole Beutler, Eva Meyer Keller, Germana Civera, Benoît Izard, Ion Munduate, Cuqui Jerez, Juan Dominguez, Carine Charaire, Hester Van Hasselt, Dina Ed Dik, Amaia Urra, Carlos Pez, Henrique Neves, Johannes Sundrup, Véronique Doisneau, Damian Bright, Matthias Brücker, Remo Beuggert, Julia Häusermann,Tiziana Pagliaro, Miranda Hossle, Peter Keller, Gianni Blumer, Matthias Grandjean, Sara Hess, Lorraine Meier, Simone Truong, Akira Lee, Aldo Lee, Houda Daoudi, Cédric Andrieux, Chiara Gallerani, Taous Abbas, Stéphanie Gomes, Marie-Yolette Jura, Nicolas Garsault, Vassia Chavaroche, Magali Saby, Ryo Bel, Sheila Atala, Diola Djiba, Michèle Bargues, La Bourette, Catherine Gallan / Assistance: Maxime Kurvers / Translation into German: Panthea / Images: Herman Sorgeloos, Marie-Hélène Rebois, Aldo Lee, Pierre Dupouey, Olivier Lemaire, Chloé Mossessian / Production of the videos: CND Centre national de la danse, R.B. Jérôme Bel, Pariser Nationaloper/Telmondis in Zusammenarbeit mit France 2 unter Mitwirkung von Mezzo und Centre national de la cinématographie, Theater Hora, Französisches Institut Alliance Française FIAF / R.B. Jérôme Bel artistic advice and executive direction: Rebecca Lasselin / R.B. Jérôme Bel production manager: Sandro Grando


  • Past
    Mon 23.1.2023, 19:00 / HAU2


Production: R.B. Jérôme Bel. Production of the Berlin version: HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Co-production: Ménagerie de Verre (Paris), La Commune centre dramatique national d'Aubervilliers, Festival d'Automne à Paris, R.B. Jérôme Bel (Paris).
The writing of the text of this show is part of the creative process of Sustainable theatre, conceived by Katie Mitchell, Jérôme Bel and Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne and coproduced by STAGES - Sustainable Theatre Alliance for a Green Environmental Shift cofunded by European Union: Dramaten Stockholm, National Theater & Concert Hall, Taipei, NTGent, Piccolo Teatro di Milano -Teatro d'Europa, Teatro Nacional D. Maria II Lisboa, Théâtre de Liège, Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, National Theatre of Croatia Zagreb, Slovene National Theatre Maribor, Trafo Budapest, MC93 Maison de la culture de Seine-Saint-Denis.
Thanks to Caroline Barneaud, Daphné Biiga Nwanak, Jolente De Keersmaeker, Zoé De Sousa, Florian Gaité, Chiara Gallerani, Danielle Lainé, Xavier Le Roy, Marie-José Malis, Frédéric Seguette, Christophe Wavelet.


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