Jan Martens / Peter Seynaeve / CAMPO (BE)


Tanz im August

"When a man and a woman embrace each other it is often unambiguous and very probably arouses a sense of endearment. When a man and a boy do the same and you don't know how to define their relationship, you don't really know what to make of it. You lack the context. We want to retain that lack of clarity by not offering the spectator that context." (Peter Seynaeve)

"VICTOR", the first collaboration between theater artist and actor Peter Seynaeve and dancer and choreographer Jan Martens, is an affectionate and yet disturbing duet featuring two bodies, a man and a child. One has a long life behind him, the other wants to grow up as soon as possible.

"This performance is a slow focus on physicality. We show a form of intimacy that for most people is not very natural because of our rational culture. An almost animal physical experience. We invite everyone to take the time. And to look." (Jan Martens)

Music Gospodi

Production CAMPO
Coproduction Frascati Producties, TAKT Festival Dommelhof, ICK & JAN (supported by the Antwerp City Council)
In association with Theater Zuidpool – Antwerp

Duration: 60 minutes



  • Past
    Thu 29.8.2013, 19:00 / HAU3
    Fri 30.8.2013, 19:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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