Sartre & de Beauvoir
Thu 3 Feb ’2220:30Philipszaal
Acclaimed theater maker and philosopher Stefaan van Brabandt strikes again with this philosophical dialogue. Stefaan makes Sartre & de Beauvoir's ideas topical and provocative, nuanced and thus all the more convincing. You will finally get answers to questions such as why we are “doomed to freedom”, what does de Beauvoir mean by the morality of ambiguity, and what does it mean to be an authentic human being. Your dose of responsible relaxation.
Actors Frank Focketyn and Sien Eggers are comic greats. Their love for the profession of theater is manifested through playful acting. And, Stefaan van Brabandt proves once again that a strong script is the best starting point for a talented actor.
“Vogue put De Beauvoir on the cover and said: a woman who can think like a man. Really? Time for rehabilitation and real insight into the life, work and relationship of this power couple from the last century. A Philosophical Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Oui, peut-être!”
Direction and script Stefaan van Brabandt Acting Frank Focketyn and Sien Eggers Dramaturgy Wannes Gyselinck Artistic advice Piet Menu
About Het Zuidelijk Toneel
Het Zuidelijk Toneel sets up theatrical encounters that inspire the public to look at the world differently. At Het Zuidelijk Toneel, you get to know yourself. In their performances and projects, you meet the world, you discover new insights, and you are surprised.
As a contemporary cartographer, Het Zuidelijk Toneel developed into a unique company: committed, innovative and always focused on the theme of the Other and the Otherness. Piet Menu is in charge as curator and initiator. Together with co-artistic director and director Sarah Moeremans and in collaboration with the best theater makers, HZT tells the stories the world needs to hear. In times when a world is doodling right through ingenuity and creativity, Het Zuidelijk Toneel showcases itself with performances and innovative projects. We offer people who are seeking them new perspectives by adding a portion of creativity to reality.