On a bare stage under bright light, six hapless clowns do their best to get along and pass the time. They fight and chase in eruptions of uneasy mayhem, then cool off a little, settle and wait for the whole thing to kick off again. Carefully unbalanced between funny and not funny, Out Of Order is the ruins of a show in the ruins of a world.
After 11 days of attending performances, it's high time we perform ourselves. Who doesn't love a firm encounter with the dance floor – in the here & now? Beats & grooves provided by Mieko Suziki, Stav Yeini and Ula Sickle.
Based on the Golem myth – in which Jewish scholars bring dead matter to life, which subsequently turns against them – Thomas Ryckewaert creates an explicitly visual performance about ambition, creativity, power, creation, insanity, and destruction.