Peeping Tom (BE): Moeder

​2800 HUF | Student: 2200 HUF
In English, with Hungarian surtitles.

As the curtain rises on Moeder, the audience is immediately plunged into an uncertain world, in which the stable identities and topographies that orient our movements and perceptions are held in suspension. Where are we, exactly? And who, out of all these figures, is the mother?  Is she even there? Far from being the lead character, the mother seems to dwell at the edge of indecision.
Moeder, the second volume of a trilogy that began with Vader (2014) and will close with Kind (2019), is a work on memory that explores the ways in which the fabric of a life is a mosaic or meshwork collectively composed. It approaches the storehouse of memory and the events whose combination and progression define who we are, not as a museum of the self but as a laboratory used to dig deep into the past.
Peeping Tom will explore the theme of memory – and the figure of the mother – with the same tender and sardonic eye that runs through all of its productions. At once funny and eerie; Moeder is disturbing, yet strangely familiar: we recognize in it the same fascination with the sense that the world is too much for us, the same amused gaze at our faltering attempts to make it fit our notions.
“Their talent is terrifying.” (Le Monde)
“Because of the mixture of trauma and grotesqueness, wit and disturbance, this is one of the most impressive performances that has been seen for quite some time in this category.” (Die Rheinpfalz)

Production: Peeping Tom
Direction: Gabriela Carrizo
Directorial assistance and dramaturgy: Franck Chartier
Creation and performance: Eurudike De Beul, Maria Carolina Vieira, Marie Gyselbrecht, Brandon Lagaert, Hun-Mok Jung, Yi-Chun Liu, Simon Versnel, Charlotte Clamens
With: Takács Lili, Báki Lászlóné Ida, Kiss Károly, Still Tamásné Anni, Szabó Sándorné Marika, Velancsics Gabriella
Artistic assistance: Diane Fourdrignier
Sound composition and arrangements: Raphaëlle Latini, Renaud Crols, Glenn Vervliet, Peeping Tom
Sound mixing: Yannick Willox, Peeping Tom
Light design: Giacomo Gorini, Amber Vandenhoeck
Costume design: Diane Fourdrignier, Kristof Van Hoorde (intern), Peeping Tom
Set design: Amber Vandenhoeck, Peeping Tom
Set construction: KVS-atelier, Peeping Tom
Technical direction: Filip Timmerman
Light engineer: Amber Vandenhoeck
Sound engineer: Hjorvar Rognvaldsson
Video rehearsals: Sulok Swablamban (intern), Gaspard Rozenwajn
Foley coach: Elias Vervecken
Production manager: Anastasia Tchernokondratenko
Tour manager: Lulu Tikovsky
Company Manager: Quentin Legrand
Communication and press: Sébastien Parizel
Co-production: Theater im Pfalzbau (Ludwigshafen), Taipei Performing Arts Center (Taipei), KVS - Royal Flemish Theatre (Brussels), Grec Festival de Barcelona / Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona), HELLERAU - European Center for the Arts Dresden, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg, Maison de la Culture de Bourges / Scène Nationale, La Rose des Vents (Villeneuve d’Ascq), Festival Aperto/Fondazione I Teatri (Reggio Emilia), La Bâtie Festival de Genève.
With the support of the Flemish authorities
Distribution: Frans Brood Productions
Moeder is supported by Theater im Pfalzbau (Ludwigshafen) and Taipei Performing Arts Center (Taipei), key partners in the Vader, Moeder, Kind trilogy.
Peeping Tom wishes to thank: Alexandre Obolensky, Jean-Philippe Altenloh, Romy Beni, Heidi Ehrhart, Ina Peeters, Elias Vervecken, François Heuse, Theater Froe Froe, Bokor Ildikó - Multicom-Art Casting Szolgáltató Kft.

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