Kefar Nahum

Kefar Nahum

Compagnie Mossoux-Bonté, Brussels

Friday, 06. November 2015 // 10.00 – 11.00 p.m.
Saturday, 07. November 2015 // 5.00 – 6.00 p.m.
Ab 14 Jahre
22,00 € (erm. 17,00 €)

    • 2015
    • Physical theatre

    Thin wires sprout from a black box. In the semidarkness, a woman, half-human, half-insect, brings seemingly useless objects to life. Wholly new metamorphoses take place here in the same way that the folds of a harmless window curtain can transform into a ghostly figure in the eyes of a child.

    Atmospherically, one is reminded of a 1950s horror film and the disturbing imaginings of metamorphosis of Kafka. »Kefar Nahum« is a brilliant balancing act between playful effects and serious topics such as pretensions to power and the often cruel process of evolution.

    The title of the piece refers to the location of Caparnaum (also known as Kfar Nahum or Kapernaum, from the »cursed village« in the Bible) located on the Gennesaret sea, in which Jesus performed some of his miracles.

    Nicole Mossoux and Patrick Bonté are two of the best-known artists within the Belgian dance community, especially within the French-speaking part of the country. Since meeting in 1985, the director Patrick Bonté and the choreographer and dancer Nicole Mossoux, both born in 1956 in Brussels, have created about 30 productions and five films together. At euro‑scene Leipzig have also been shown »Les dernières hallucinations de Lucas Cranach« (»Lucas Cranach’s last hallucinations«, 1995), »Simonetta Vespucci« (2000) and »Nuit sur le monde« (»Night over the world«, 2009).

    Uraufführung: 17.09.2008, Festival FIDENA, prinz regent theater, Bochum

    Produktion: Compagnie Mossoux-Bonté
    Koproduktion: Festival FIDENA, Bochum

    Das Gastspiel in Leipzig erfolgt mit freundlicher Unterstützung durch Wallonie-Bruxelles International (WBI), Brüssel.

    Konzeption und Choreografie: Nicole Mossoux

    Inszenierung: Patrick Bonté, Nicole Mossoux

    Bühnenbild: Johan Daenen

    Kostüme: Colette Huchard

    Darstellerin: Nicole Mossoux

    Musiker: Thomas Turine

    Following the performance: public reception
    Presentation: Dr. Martina Bako, theatre scholar, Universität Leipzig

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