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For her new creation Accusations, Ann Van de Broek collaborates with a very diverse group of performers. In an intriguing, almost endless relay of live movement, image, film, sound, and text, they explore the boundaries between success and failure. Inspired by the text Self-Accusation by Austrian playwright Peter Handke, Ann proceeds from an autobiographical reading and sounds out the boundaries between dance and theatre, concert and performance. The performers draw the spectator into a critical self-reflection and go in search of a better version of themselves. Is the idea that everything is malleable a painful illusion? A performance that questions man and society; examines choices never made, opportunities never taken, desires yet to be fulfilled.
concept, choreography Ann Van den Broek | from and with Ann Van den Broek, Gregory Frateur, Louis Combeaud, Nik Rajšek, Frauke Mariën and others| light design, camera advice Bernie van Velzen | sound, advice composition Nicolas Rombouts