|vr 16.11.18||20:00 - 22:00||Domzaal||
|za 17.11.18||20:00 - 22:00||Domzaal||
What would Vivaldi’s ‘The Four Seasons’ sound like if it were written today?
In simpler times, people based their lives around the rhythm of the four seasons. Now we can feel the equinoxes wobbling and shifting under the influence of climate change. Would Vivaldi’s famous ‘The Four Seasons’ sound the same if he wrote it today? In ‘TIJDinKAART’, theatre maker Annelies Van Hullebusch retraces the footsteps of the 18th century composer in order to create the four seasons in a contemporary, visual way.
Over the past year, Van Hullebusch has carried out extensive research on the subject of time and how to map it. She observed the cycle of growth, decay and rebirth, not only in nature but also in herself. This led her to come up with four short pieces on winter, spring, summer and autumn. These four creations are brought together in ‘TIJDinKAART’, a show in which fantasy and reality oscillate back and forth.
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Fri16 & Sat 17.11 - 20:00 Domzaal
performance / installation / premiere / co-production / 10x10
€10 / 10 / 10 / 8
concept, design & text: Annelies Van Hullebusch - performance: Lize Pede & Annelies Van Hullebusch - composer: Tim Vandenbergh - assistant design: Berten Vanderbruggen - director: Wanda Eyckerman
production: Annelies van Hullebsuch (WATMARSWAS) - co-production: C-TAKT, Vooruit & De Grote Post - with the support of: de Flemish Community & the city of Antwerp - thanks to: Wim Muyllaert, Suze Milius, Lies Ferny, Staf van Hullebusch, Brakke Grond, Theater aan Zee, Antwerpen Kunstenstad
photo: (c) Clara Hermans