April at Kaaitheater - update

April at Kaaitheater - update

To help contain the spread of the new coronavirus, Kaaitheater has cancelled all performances until 3 May.

 

 

 

 

The spread of the COVID-19 virus is hard to ignore. As Kaaitheater we want to take our responsibility, so we cancel all performances until 3 May. The well-being of the audience, artists and staff is our priority. In the meantime, the team continues to work and hold meetings from home: a fascinating experiment in remote proximity.

In April, all performances and lectures are cancelled.

Our extensive reads & videos-archive could keep you busy for hours. Take a look at the video recordings of debates and the artists interviews! We will be posting a lot of articles and videos on our social media channels in the coming weeks. Keep an eye on them too: that way we'll still be somewhat together.

 

This is the programme as it was scheduled for April:

Dance Day at Kaaitheater

  • The Goldberg Variations by Kaaitheater artist-in-residence Michiel Vandevelde, Platform-K & Philippe Thuriot
  • Jonathan Burrows presents his first solo piece Rewriting (Belgian première)
  • Pole Reports from Space by Claire Croizé & Etienne Guilloteau (Belgian première)

#newarrivals - coming to Kaaitheater for the first time

  • Every Body Electric [medium] van Doris Uhlich (Belgian première)
  • Sarah & Charles show their performance and video installation In the Hands of Puppets

#repertoire

  • Gorges Ocloo and Muziektheater LOD bring a new adaptation of Moby Dick by Ben Okri

performative conference

  • David Weber-Krebs & Jeroen Peeters return with a new episode of On Enclosed Spaces and the Great Outdoors: 4. Grounding
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Kaaitheater is a stage for dance, theatre, performance, music, and debate, rooted in Brussels but with our sights set on the world. Since 1977, we have presented and co-produced work by contemporary performing artists. From the eighties until the present, from local to international, from repertoire to experiment, and from small to large venues: Kaaitheater fosters long-term commitment to the artists on its stages.

In the conviction that art is important to man’s well-being, we make a point of relating to society. In Brussels’ canal district, where we see all the world’s issues in a nutshell, artists imagine and model the city of the future.

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