NTGent / Luk Perceval


Part of "Männlich Weiß Hetero"


100 Min

Every spring the general’s widow Anna Petrovna gathers friends and family in her country house to celebrate the end of winter. And each year Platonow causes trouble, with his exuberant feelings and his urge to tear at illusions. In his adaption of “Platonow,” Luk Perceval has arrived at a condensed play about lonely people and what they expect of love. The meticulous interweaving of words and music, coupled with the uncommonly intense performances by the actors of NTGent, makes this play as overwhelming as a compelling musical concert.
Trailer "Platonow" (via youtube)

Production: NTGent.


Text: nach Anton Tschechow / Regie und Adaption: Luk Perceval / Mit: Briek Lesage, Katrin Lohmann, Bert Luppes, Peter Seynaeve, Zoë Thielemans, Hugo Van Den Berghe, Steven Van Watermeulen, Katelijne Verbeke, Lien Wildemeersch / Komposition, Gesang & Piano: Jens Thomas / Choreografie: Ted Stoffer / Dramaturgie: Koen Haagdorens / Bühnenbild: Philip Bussmann / Licht: Mark Van Denesse / Kostüm: Ilse Vandenbussche / Technische Leitung: Stefan Jansen / Bühnentechnik: Gunther De Braekeleer / Lichttechnik: Dennis Diels / Tontechnik: Daan Kapteijn / Kostüm-assistenz: Marie-Jeanne Van Damme / Übertitelung: Erik Borgman, Bram De Cock


  • Past
    Tue 28.4.2015, 20:00 / HAU1
    Wed 29.4.2015, 20:00 / HAU1


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