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Big Bears Cry Too

Domzaal - Theater, Performance, Kids
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Featuring a huge bear, floating objects, a thrilling landing and colourful explosions, ‘Big Bears Cry Too’ promises to be a visual delight that challenges the limits of our children’s imagination.

Miet Warlop’s plays have garnered international praise for their visual originality, unique dramaturgy and absurd humour. Her show ‘Mystery Magnet’ was performed more than 120 times all over the world, and her latest production, ‘Fruits of Labour’, is another big hit. Now, she makes her first performance for children at hetpaleis.

Miet Warlop is a visual artist who lives and works in Ghent, Berlin and Brussels. Miet has been at Vooruit before with 'Mystery Magnet', 'Fruits of Labor' and more recently with the installation 'Tunnels of Thought / Amusement Park'. Since 2017 Miet has also become one of Vooruit's long-term residents.
 

Additional information

wo 16.05 - 14:00 / vr 18.05 - 19:00 / za 19 & zo 20.05 - 15:00 Domzaal
performance / theater
€14 / 12 / 10 / 8 / 6 (-12)
45 min
6+

Credits

concept en Direction: Miet Warlop
performers: Wietse Tanghe / Christian Bakalov
music and Lyrics: Pieter De Meester, Joppe Tanghe, Wietse Tanghe, Miet Warlop
technical Director: Hugh Roche Kelly
production: Seppe Cosyns
light Design: Henri Emmanuel Doublier
assisted by: Lila John, Karolien Nuyttens, Barbara Vackier, Ian Gyselinck, Geert Viaene (Amotec), Mathias Huybrighs
outside Eye: Danai Anesiadou
production assistent: Tanja Vrancken
production and technical realisation: Miet Warlop / Irene Wool vzw (Gent) and hetpaleis (Antwerpen)
management and Coordination : Wim Viaene, Elke Vanlerberghe
co-producers: Vooruit Gent (BE), Gessnerallee Zürich (CH), TJP Centre Dramatique National Strasbourg (FR), AUAWIRLEBEN Theaterfestival Bern (CH), Luzerner Theater (CH)
with the Support of: Flemish Authorities, City of Ghent, Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk)
thanks to: Jonas De Meester, Koen Demeyere, Marie Jeanne Symons, Bram Coeman, Koen Jansen, Maarten Van Cauwenberghe, Emma Van Roey, Michiel Goedertier (La Roy NV), Sparks FX

Photo: Reinout Hiel