- Place BRONKS
- LanguageNL & FR
An almost-one-man show. With a man, a real one. One and a half, if we’re being nice. Just the half if we’re being critical. No matter what, he steals the show. And the fans love that. Some say he’s hot. And the fans love that. And the women? Do they love it? That doesn’t matter. Or does it? It’s him who has the floor, him who gets heard. That’s how it goes when you’re a public persona, right? You say what they want to hear from you, no? And what about them?
This solo performance directed by KVS face Pitcho Womba Konga offers a unique and intriguing view of the omnipresent rape culture. It takes the audience right to the heart of the issue. Laryssa Kim’s soundscape and a contribution by sexologist Zina Hamzaoui mingle with an unsettling performance by Salim Haouach and the voice of Nihale Touati.
Ras El Hanout was founded over ten years ago by a group of Brussels friends who believe in theatre as a means for empowerment and dialogue. The company, led by artistic director Salim Haouach, now has its own theatre in the heart of Molenbeek and tours yearly with several productions. In ten years, they have created over 30 theatre plays, which were performed over 300 times in total for over 40.000 viewers.
met Salim Haouach
regie Pitcho Womba Konga
een creatie van Salim Haouach, Pitcho Womba Konga, Naïm Baddich, naar het oorspronkelijke idee van Salim Haouach
scenografie Zenel Laci
creatie audio Laryssa Kim
voice over Sabrina Messoudi
advies Naïm Baddich, Telma Cassé, Zina Hamzaoui, Youness Mernissi, Mike Van Alfen, Kristin Rogghe
vertaling en boventiteling Jad Zeitouni, Inge Floré, Kristin Rogghe
productie Ras El Hanout
met de steun van La Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Service Général de la Création Arstistique - Direction du Théâtre, Loterie Nationale, La Commission Communautaire Française, La Région de Bruxelles-Capitale, Equal Brussels, Le Centre Culturel des Riches-Claires, WIPCOOP/Mestizo Arts Platform