Suze Milius/House Crying Yellow Tears [NL/BE]

HUIS in het Nederlands

HUIS
HUIS

10.11 – 26.11.2017

HUIS/MAISON is an exclusive performance for one spectator
> One day before the show, you will receive an SMS text message with the exact location
> The locations are within cycling distance of Kaaitheater
> There are only 55 places, so book now
> Also available in French
> Exceptionally, there will be no waiting list

‘Your food is in the fridge. It is soup. You just have to warm it up.’

A new home

Imagine that you could be somebody else just for a moment. In HOUSE, you are invited to an unknown location. Due to the unexpected situations in which you find yourself, as a viewer you can no longer continue to observe things from the side-lines: there is no place to hide. Without any coercion but in a completely natural, surreal way, you become part of a new ‘home’. Get ready for an individual experience that will resonate long afterwards!

• Dutch artist Suze Milius’ work focuses on interpersonal behaviour in all its clumsiness and discomfort. She creates colourful universes in which she combines her love of absurdist humour with stylized aesthetics. Along with Stefan Jakiela, she runs the Brussels cultural centre House Crying Yellow Tears. HOUSE is their third production.

‘You will experience something that you can talk about at parties for years to come’
– Theaterkrant ★★★★

‘Without any coercion, I felt at home in a completely unknown place. I have rarely been so overwhelmed by a situation – partly because there were no other audience members. This experience is etched in my memory.’ – A visitor on HOUSE


concept, direction Suze Milius | production leader Charlotte Van Hassel | production House Crying Yellow Tears vzw | co-production Kaaitheater | graphical design Team Thursday | thanks to Lana Willems (Kaaitheater) & all those involved

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Sat 11.11 - Sun 26.11.17

Imaginons qu’on puisse être autrui le temps d’un instant. Dans HUIS, on est invité dans un lieu inconnu. En raison de la situation inattendue dans laquelle on aboutit, on ne peut plus assister en spectateur depuis la ligne de touche : il n’y a nulle part où se cacher. Sans aucune pression, de manière totalement naturelle, quasi surréaliste, on devient un élément d’un nouveau « chez-soi ».