The Society of Wild Beasts performance
FRI 10th October 2014 |
7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Join Belgium based company: The Society of Wild Beasts in residence at TripSpace.
THE SOCIETY OF WILD BEASTS will perform the result of their residency
A timeless space, maybe a bunker after WWIII, closed from everything that exists.
No air, sound or emotion find their way in.
In a final confrontation, two ex- lovers meet after a long time, detached from the world and themselves, as if they were the last speakers of a lost language.
Four performers in a multidisciplinary performance inspired by Quartet by Heiner Müller and the characters from Dangerous Liaisons by Choderlos de Laclos.
An eclectic artist, insatiable explorer of movement and sound, teacher, choreographer, Fatou Traorè is active as an artist since 1989, dancing for A.T de Keersmaeker, Claudio Bernardo, Nadine Ganase, Joanne Leigthon, les ballets C de la B, Opiyo Okach,Jojiinc, Jaco Van Dormael. In 1999 she founds 1x2x3 and Studio Grez and starts her path as a choreographer, developing her natural interest for multidisciplinary performance art.
Is a singer, dancer and performer. He studied at Laban, Goldsmiths College and at the GSMD. Alongside creating his own work, Claudio has performed for Mobius, Theatralia, Bettina Strickler, Neo and for ‘les ballets C de la B’. He has taught contemporary dance and voice/ movement integration in the UK, in Belgium and in Italy.
Steve De Schepper is a Belgian actor, director, singer, acting and language coach, and
Steve has performed in repertoire theatre, avant garde theatre, puppetry theatre, musical
theatre, operetta and opera.
He’s also active as a television and film actor : recently he took part in the BBC series
The White Queen.
Presently he is touring Europe with the ballets C de la B production Tauberbach as tour
manager, resident director and assistant of Alain Platel.
studied dance theatre at Fontys Dance-academie in Tilburg (NL)
and graduated in 2007. Since, she worked with several choreographers, such as Arno
Schuitemaeker (NL), Laure Dever (BE), Katja Graëssli (AT).
At the moment she works with United-C, a performance company based in Eindhoven
Next to that, Sarah creates herself and founded her own company: Compagnie Monica,
based in Belgium.
Photo by Tuur Uyttenhove