With their extraordinarily imaginative, poetic, grand-scale productions, the Antwerp theatre collective FC Bergman was quick to conquer the European stage.
This Dutch theatre company prepares young people for art, beauty and consolation.
Camping Sunset proves that old and new, traditional theatre repertoire and rock-’n-roll, truly can go hand in hand.
Since the 1980s improvisational theatre has seen an impressive uptake, in the Netherlands and Belgium. The competitive nature ensures improv’s lasting popularity.
Imaginative content, physical extremes and remarkable links and contrasts have made De Warme Winkel a favourite among theatre critics and audiences alike
A crowd continually running laps of a stage and actors tearing one another’s clothes off. Meet the radical, uncompromising theatre of Schwalbe.
Portrait of a “bastard” who searches for his identity through art. ‘The stage is the only place where I get space.’
Milo Rau and his theater company NTGent adapted the Greek tragedy The Oresteia. Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere left the performance with mixed feelings.
The boundary between their own lives and acting is intentionally kept thin by the members of theater collective Wunderbaum.