431 (Lietje Bauwens & Wouter de Raeve)

WTC A Love Story

film

WTC A Love Story
WTC A Love Story

11.02.2020

In the 1970s, the two World Trade Centre towers crowned the newly developed ‘Little Manhattan’ in Brussels’ Northern District. The project failed, leaving the towers and surrounding area largely abandoned. Since late 2017, the owner of the towers has shown a renewed interest in the area. Closely witnessing the changes from their studio space on the 25th floor of WTC tower 1, Lietje Bauwens and Wouter De Raeve decided to enter the debate by making a film with the actors that claim a voice in the transition.

tg STAN & Kloppend Hert

Move (on)

theatre

Move (on)
Move (on)

13.02 – 15.02.2020

The building blocks of Move (on) include the dialogues of the English playwright Dennis Kelly, a dull growling that expresses the sense of uneasiness in our society. Voices will rise above this, such as those of the characters created by the Egyptian author Alaa El Aswani. They speak of corruption, and of the economic, social and religious straitjacket in which they are imprisoned. They blend with voices from the work of the Palestinian Mahmoud Darwish or the Syrian playwright Saadallah Wannous, bursts of wild hope but simultaneously exclamations of shared powerlessness.

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vacature projectontwikkeling stad en publiek (m/v/x)

vacature projectontwikkeling stad en publiek (m/v/x)
vacature projectontwikkeling stad en publiek (m/v/x)

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Het Kaaitheater zoekt een medewerker projectontwikkeling stad en publiek (deeltijds)

vacature technisch coördinator (m/v/x)

vacature technisch coördinator (m/v/x)
vacature technisch coördinator (m/v/x)

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Het Kaaitheater zoekt een technisch coördinator (voltijds)

HOW TO BE MANY?

HOW TO BE MANY?
HOW TO BE MANY?

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The new artistic and general coordinators Agnes Quackels and Barbara Van Lindt have arrived at Kaaitheater with the question “How to be Many?”. They are working, discovering the centre and exploring how they can make Kaaitheater a many-voiced theatre. In this conversation, they lift a corner of the veil.

We throw you into the deep end, and you have to deal with it.

A conversation with Forced Entertainment

We throw you into the deep end, and you have to deal with it.
We throw you into the deep end, and you have to deal with it.

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In Out Of Order, the latest show by the British theatre company Forced Entertainment, we see an alley of clowns around a table. Each quiet moment is charged with the next conflictual explosion. Comedy and tragedy go hand in hand in the figure of the clown, but considering these times of political and climatological crises, a clown’s presence onstage is no coincidence, says Tim Etchells, director of Forced Entertainment.

VIDEO: Joseph Stiglitz on 'People, Power, and Profits'

VIDEO: Joseph Stiglitz on 'People, Power, and Profits'
VIDEO: Joseph Stiglitz on 'People, Power, and Profits'

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Kaaitheater and Passa Porta have welcomed an eminent guest: Joseph Stiglitz. 

VIDEO: Keller Easterling on Extrastatecraft

VIDEO: Keller Easterling on Extrastatecraft
VIDEO: Keller Easterling on Extrastatecraft

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Under the title Hyperpresent, five contemporary thinkers will give a talk on a new idea that they introduced themselves. American architect, urbanist, writer, and professor at Yale University Keller Easterling will talk this evening about the Extrastatecraft.