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Assassins

theatre
music
15—16.11.2008

A dark, disturbing black comedy musical by Stephen Sondheim about the presidential assassinations in the US and the reverse side of the American Dream. It was staged when Bush Sr. went to war in Iraq and was denounced as unpatriotic.

Théâtre Marni - Rue de Vergnies 25 - 1050 Bruxelles - T +32 2 639 09 80


Your evening ticket for 15/11  is also valid for:

  • 17:00 - De Kriekelaar
    Diego Gil & Igor Dobricic, About Falling
  • 19:00 - KAAISTUDIO'S
    Good Move / Eleanor Bauer, At Large

Your evening ticket for 16/11  is also valid for:

  • 14:30 - KAAISTUDIO'S
    C&H / Heike Langsdorf, Christophe Meierhans & Christoph Ragg, The Nickelodeon 
  • 15:30 - KAAISTUDIO'S
    Alix Eynaudi & Agata Maskiewicz, The Visitants
  • 16:00 - KAAISTUDIO'S
    C&H / Heike Langsdorf, Christophe Meierhans & Christoph Ragg, The Nickelodeon 
  • 20:30 - De Pianofabriek
    Kwaad Bloed / Ugo Dehaes, Forces


Visit also at the KAAISTUDIO'S and La Raffinerie (free entrance) > THE ART OF SURVIVAL PARCOURS

  • Julius Deutschbauer & Gerhard Spring, Sound of Migration
  • Iffat Fatima, Ethnography of a European city: Conversations in an Indian Restaurant in Salzburg
  • Lina Saneh, Someone must have been telling lies about me
  • Anna Piotrowska, Look 4 Faces
  • Roger Bernat, Public Domain (installation version)

by Stephen Sondheim | direction Davis Freeman | video Sam Vanoverschelde & Jo Scolo | video injections Lucasse Racasse | musical direction Alejandro Petrasso | assistant to musical direction Dianne Weller | vocal coaching Dianne Weller | performers Adrian Fisher, Bernd Maier, Davis & Kaya Freeman, Caroline Daish, Bernard Eylenbosch, Karim Gharbi, Dianne Weller, Mohamad Yamani, Alejandro Petrasso | assassins Sarah Jane Moore, Squeaky Fromme, Giuseppe Zangara, Charles Guiteau, Sam Byck, Lee Harvey Oswald, John Wilkes Booth, Leon Czolgosz & John Hinckley | support Monty (Antwerp), WorkSpace Brussels, Théâtre Garonne (Toulouse),  Bains::Connective (Brussels) & Random Scream (Brussels)