Open Call - A stroll with David Weber-Krebs

Are you - or rather, were you - a regular theatre goer? How do you feel about no longer being able to see a live performance? And what do you think your first theatre visit will be like when the doors of the theatres will open again? That is what David Weber-Krebs wants to know.

In the middle of the first lockdown, David Weber-Krebs sent an email to artists, scholars, curators, and spectators belonging to different art communities. He asked them a simple question: What will happen on your first theatre visit after the lockdown?. This exchange resulted in the book And Then the Doors Opened Again.

In March, David wants to direct the same question to Kaaitheater spectators, during a walk and talk around Kaai building. He isn’t sure if he misses the theatre, but he thinks about it – and wants to know if you think about it too.

Would you be interested in having a conversation with him about the current role of theatre, and being a spectator now, before, and in the future?



David is available on 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 15, 16, 19, 22, 23, 25 and 26 March,
each time from 15:00 to 16:00 and from 17:00 to 18:00.
Every walk lasts up to 40-50 minutes so every slot is dedicated to one walker only.


A stroll around Kaaitheater:
Sainctelettesquare 20, 1000 Brussels.

The stroll can be held in French, Dutch, English or German.
Please notice that you may be recorded.



Send an email to 


•David Weber-Krebs (BE/D) is an artist, researcher and curator based in Brussels. He studied at the University of Fribourg (CH) and the Amsterdam School of the Arts (NL). Recent works for theatres  are the performances Tonight, lights out! (2011/2013), Balthazar (2011/2015) and The Guardians of Sleep (2017), all to be seen at Kaaitheater, and the installations Immersion (2014) at the Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt and The Earthly Paradise (2017) at Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg. He is curator of the series performative conferences On Enclosed Spaces and the Great Outdoors (with Jeroen Peeters). David collaborates on a regular basis with different artists and theorists and he teaches at different visual arts and performance academies. He is affiliated as a doctoral artistic researcher to KASK & Conservatory / School of Arts. 


This project is supported by ACT - Art Climate Transition network (EU), co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme