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Part of the performance of 24-hour theater of Jan Fabre, the day progresses, fascinating …
In this second part of Mount Olympus, the exhilarating journey in Greek mythology continues and we meet the characters of Oedipus, Jocasta (his mother and woman) Creon (king of Thebes). also found Dionysos, accompanied by his mustache, and the character of Narcissus.
CULTUREBOX: The show with 27 actors, dancers and performers, Jan Fabre delves to the roots of the Greek tragedies. He thinks that in these times of crisis and restriction, it is important to explore our mythical roots. Mount Olympus is interested in great Greek hero, who form the core of who we are. The show is not cerebral, nothing is explained, the viewer is invited to experience just seek explanation. It concludes with a dance that, at previous performances in Berlin, Rome, Bruges and Amsterdam, was applauded standing for 40 minutes. Jan Fabre, a theater enthusiast man Jan Fabre is a director and Belgian plastiscien born in 1958 sometimes called “the terrible Flemish” as his work does not leave indifferent. Arousing much admiration as rejection, this passionate lover of theater challenges the rules of the genre. His work reverses the unities of time, space and action. In Mount Olympus, time stretches over 24 hours of intense manner. His plays are rooted in the classical theater said, but there is sensory experience first. Go more in video and photo … On the site Troubleyn , the Company Theatre Jan Fabre and on the dedicated website Mount Olympus, mountolympus.be , a series of photos, videos and articles to be discovered to fuel the adventure.