• 08—10.11.2018 20:30
Chapel, 50'’

Meet the artists after the show on 09.11


After Wavering abode (2010) and Company (2015), Ill seen is the third instalment in a trilogy inspired by the last short, dense, testamentary texts of Samuel Beckett. Freely delimited by Mal vu, mal dit (Ill Seen, Ill Said) (1981), the show depicts an old woman, a woman, and a child, three figures whose existence and cohabitation question the spectator. Beckett's harsh, terse writing finds its echo on stage in a dream-like, emotional play in which memory and the life cycle are expressed in rare movements, everything is in recollections and suggestive appearances.

Monia Montali and François Bodeux's work seeks to bring together theatre, dance, visual and sound arts to create a strong bond among these various forms of language, while relying on a dramaturgy of the image and perception.

Concept :
Monia Montali, François Bodeux
Sound creation :
Miquel Casaponsa
With :
Marie De Corte, Octave Delaunoy, Florencia Demestri, Maria José Cazares
Creation participation :
Helena Veiga De Oliveira, Gaspar Shelck
Production :
Blueback asbl
Co-production :
Les Brigittines, Charleroi danse, La Coop asbl, Shelter Prod.
Supported by :
ING, tax-shelter du gouvernement fédéral belge, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles / Service de L'interdisciplinaire
Image :
Caravaggio "Maria Maddalena in estasi"