Tibaldus en andere hoeren

Horse: an opera

Part of "NO LIMITS"



A giant statue of a horse made of cardboard stands in the space, seemingly lost yet somehow able to dominate it subliminally. A monument to fear, and those present here inevitably seem to have to find some way to relate to it. More or less no words are spoken, the lighting is sparse, the atmosphere is marked by stillness and quiet. With “Horse: An Opera” the young Flemish theatre collective Tibaldus en andere hoeren attempts to find images for the way of living in western society today, marked by catastrophes.

Coproduction: Theater Stap. With the support of: Vlaamse overheid, stad Gent, Kunstencentrum De Werf.


Von und mit: Loes Carrette, Timeau De Keyser, Lieselotte De Keyzer, Sander De Winne, Simon De Winne, Pieter Dumoulin, Jan Goris, Peter Janssens, Luc Loots, Dounia Mahammed, Hans Mortelmans, Max Pairon, Diede Roosens, Anemone Valcke, Lucas Van den Abeele, Simon Van den / Musikalische Leitung: Lieven Gouwy / Licht, Bühne, Technik: Simon Van Den Abeele / Video-, Foto- und Grafikdesign: Pieter Dumoulin / Dank an: Yves Callens, Ruben Desiere, Naas De Vaere, Charlotte Dhaenens, Rilke Eyckermans, Mieja Hollevoet, Jessica Jochems, Helder Opdebeeck, Oliver Roels, Adrian Sack, Charline Spruyt, Jan Steen, Wietse Tanghe, Anna Termont, Rasmus Van Heddeghem en Brecht Vermee


  • Past
    Thu 5.11.2015, 22:00 / HAU1
    Fri 6.11.2015, 22:00 / HAU1
    Sat 7.11.2015, 22:00 / HAU1


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