|-- premiere --
23 April — 15 June 2013
on tour in Belgium and the Netherlands
Jolente De Keersmaeker, Sara De Roo and Damiaan De Schrijver are working
on the third part of the Thomas Bernhard trilogy: Eind goed al goed (All’s well that ends well), after 'Am ziel' (Destination) (1981). STAN sees Bernhard as an executioner, a master of exaggeration and of reversals. He bends and breaks language, splits hairs, sticks fingers in wounds, destroys sacred cows and spares neither God nor commandment, nor himself. He is the soul-searcher of the individual, of politics and in particular of art and culture.
performance in Dutch
|in May and June at Frascati Amsterdam, Kaaitheater Brussels and at the Malta Festival in Poznan (PL)|Nora traces the awakening of Nora Helmer from her previously unexamined life of domestic, wifely comfort. It's an exhilarating tale of moral condescension and societal hypocrisy
and a subtle criticism of consumerism and the potential pitfalls
awaiting well-to-do households in the Europe of 2012.