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32 rue Vandenbranden
Nov 20—Nov 23, 2019
 
Dance | Theater

32 rue Vandenbranden
Peeping Tom
Conceived and directed by Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier

BAM DEBUT

 

Something isn’t quite right in this trailer community. On a remote mountaintop, this ragtag group of inhabitants are increasingly lonely and occasionally slaphappy.

Belgian dance-theater collective Peeping Tom sets the scene for this hilariously unpredictable, relentlessly clever Olivier Award-winning work. To everything from Bach to K-pop, performers contort and overextend with easy elasticity, unearthing the truth of our selves when turning inward is the only option.

 

Dramaturgy by Hildegard De Vuyst & Nico Leunen
Sound design by Juan Carlos Tolosa & Glenn Vervliet
Light design by Filip Timmerman & Yves Leirs
Costume design by Diane Fourdrignier, HyoJung Jang
Set design by Peeping Tom, Nele Dirckx, Yves Leirs, Frederik Liekens

Co-produced by KVS – Royal Flemish Theatre (Brussels), Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt Am Main), Le Rive Gauche (Saint-­Etienne-­du-­Rouvray), La Rose des Vents (Villeneuve d’Ascq), Theaterfestival Boulevard (s’-Hertogenbosch) / Theater aan de Parade / Verkadefabriek, Theaterhaus Gessnerallee (Zürich), Cankarjev Dom (Ljubljana), Charleroi/Danses

 
 
RUN TIME
1hr 20min
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TICKET INFO
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Leadership support for theater at BAM provided by The Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc.; The SHS Foundation; and The Shubert Foundation, Inc.

Leadership support for dance at BAM provided by The Harkness Foundation for Dance and The SHS Foundation

“★★★★★...Hilarious and heart wrenching in equal measure, it is proof that dance is now unquestionably the first stop for innovation in the theatre.”
— TIME OUT MELBOURNE
“A theatrical electro-shock… their talent is terrifying...”
— LE MONDE (FRANCE)
“an uncomfortably visceral, darkly comedic and riveting performance work.”
— THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
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