Léa Drouet [FR]

Boundary Games presented by Kanal – Centre Pompidou

21.03.2019

Léa Drouet finds a spot in Kanal that she transforms into an area for play and experimentation for her six performers. Like a social laboratory, the piece tests the process involved in composing and disbanding groups. Infinite (re)arrangements of bodies and stage elements define new social rules like alternatives to the sole principles of inclusion and exclusion. Boundary Games shatters the binary division of “us” and “them” to which our relationship with others is all too often reduced. She opens up a new space of negotiation. How will we navigate it?

• Léa Drouet is a French director. She graduated in directing from the Institut National Supérieur des Arts de la Scène (INSAS) in Brussels and has lived and worked in the city since 2010. Her work takes different forms and moves between installation, theatre and performance. She set up VAISSEAU in 2014, a production organisation that attempts to adapt to different propositions and formats, some tried and tested and others still to come.

 

RETURN-TO-KANAL PASS

During Performatik19, there will be five consecutive performances and open studios at Kanal – Centre Pompidou. You can attend all of these performances over several days with only one ticket (€ 14), take this ticket to the Kanal ticket office and exchange it for your return-to-Kanal pass.
> Buy your pass here
> Find the four other projects included in the pass below

Are you eligible for a reduced rate? You can buy a reduced ticket at the Kanal ticket office. This ticket is only valid for one day (so you cannot exchange it for a return-to-Kanal pass). You do not need to book seats for ongoing performances and open studios.


with Frédéric Bernier, Madeleine Fournier, Catherine Hershey, Simon Loiseau, Marion Menan & Bastien Mignot | dramaturgy Camille Louis | assistant director Laurie Bellanca | hypnotic training Marie Lisel | production manager France Morin / Arts Management Agency | production Vaisseau | co-production Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Théâtre Les Tanneurs, Nanterre-Amandiers Centre dramatique national, Charleroi danse Centre chorégraphique de Wallonie-Bruxelles, Coop asbl | residencies Kunstencentrum Buda, La Bellone House of Performing Arts, Montevideo | with support by Actoral - Festival & Bureau d'accompagnement d'artistes, de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Service du Théâtre, de Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre/Danse, de Shelterprod, Taxshelter.be, ING & the Belgian Tax Shelter

 

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