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Beursschouwburg - Performing Arts I Spring 2016

Beursschouwburg - Performing Arts I Spring 2016

Zachary Oberzan, Diane Rabreau, Florentina Hozinger & Vincent Riebeek, Steven Michel, Antonia Baehr & Valérie Castan, Sidney Leoni, Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier, InCompany, Eisa Jocson, Liz Kinoshita, Edurne Rubio

This weekend (5 & 6.02) Beursschouwburg kicks off a new focus programme: You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet. We hope to welcome to welcom you at one of the performances below, or any other event in Beursschouwburg. For tickets, please contact Yasmina Boudia ( - 02 550 03 62). 

picture: Schönheitsabend - Florentina Holzinger & Vincent Riebeek (c) Karolina Wiernik

5 & 6.02 - Diane Rabreau (FR) - The Box Tour - interactive performance - free 
Diane takes you on a ‘blind’ trip. more information

5 & 6.02 - Zachary Oberzan (US) - The Great Pretender - theatre
Zachary Oberzan, the American wunderkind, is back! Those who saw Your Brother Remember, or Tell Me Love Is Real, will race to the ticket office for a new portion of goosebumps! more information 

12 & 13.02 - Florentina Holzinger (AT) & Vincent Riebeek (NL) - Schönheitsabend - performance/dance 
Holzinger and Riebeek have made the Orientalism of the early 20th century their own. As was true a century ago, their own dance is permeated with madness, ecstasy and explicit eroticism. more information

11 & 12.03 - Steven Michel (FR) - They Might Be Giants - dance
A dance performance that balances between advanced Tik Tak and Bauhaus for beginners. This synthetic symphony of form and colour is a joy to behold! more information

18 & 19.03 - Antonia Baehr & Valérie Castan - Misses and Mysteries - choreographic radio play 
'You think you see what you are listening to.' - Gertrude Ferrant more information

25 & 26.03 - Sidney Leoni (FR) - Under Influence - film
Although we are familiar with Sidney Leoni as a performance artist, this time he has decided to create a full-length film. Under Influence is a portrait of the mysterious and psychotic journey of the actress, Julia Gordon. She employs all the powers of her imagination to turn that imagination into reality, breaking away from her everyday life. more information

1 & 2.04 - Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier (atelier bildraum) (BE) - Musée Moule - theatre/performance 
In Musée Moule, Atelier Bildraum constructs a live exhibition in which it is not the artworks themselves that play a role, but the moulds, the castings or suggestions thereof. more information 

15 & 16.04 - InCompany (Einat Tuchman, Nicolas Galeazzi, Heike Langsdorf) - Workers' Club - performance PREMIERE
How do artists and workers - respectively - view their working conditions and relationships? more information

20 & 21.04 - Eisa Jocson (PH) - Host  - dance 
In HOST, Eisa Jocson plays your hostess, ready to entertain you. She is inspired by the ‘hostess clubs’ of Tokyo, where Japanese-Filipina hostesses engage in ‘affectieve arbeid’. In these special clubs, female or transgender hostesses entertain hard-working Japanese men, toying with female stereotypes. More information

23.04 - Liz Kinoshita (CA) - VOLCANO - dance 
In 2010, the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano and the subsequent total shutdown of European air traffic made Liz Kinoshita think about the ease with which we travel the world today. As part of: Dag van de Dans. more information

29 & 30.04 - Edurne Rubio (ES) - Light Years Away - film/performance PREMIERE
Filmmaker Edurne Rubio found inspiration in an unusual family story. Between 1960 and 1980, her father and two brothers were members of the Edelweiss speleology group. This group discovered the Ojo Guereña cave in northern of Spain, one of the largest caves in the world. more information

About Beursschouwburg

Beursschouwburg is an arts centre, situated in the heart of Brussels, that embraces a hybrid and multidisciplinary identity. It’s the perfect place for performance, film, music, exhibitions, debates, lectures, parties and a drink at beurscafé. 

Beursschouwburg provides a platform for young and innovative artistes, thus it’s the place to discover the big names of tomorrow. Young talent, cross-fertilization and an opportunity to experiment are pivotal in the diverse programme which seamlessly coalesces with the generation 2.0.

A. Ortsstraat 20-28
1000 Brussel