In order of disappearance
Bart van de Woestijne | NL
Together with seven others you are at the edge of a forest. On your headphones you hear a voice that guides you out of your familiar world. Look at the others one last time. Because you will go your own way, all by yourself. Finally you arrive at a location that gives you shelter. Or is that just a comforting delusion?
In order of disappearance, by theatermaker Bart van de Woestijne  is an exercise in being alone. Step by step you leave the outer world, to discover an inner world. Your inner world.
Whether the answers are there for you to pick up remains to be seen. For, in which company are you when you are all alone with yourself? Is it pleasant? Surprising? Or do you end up in and endless vacuum and are you slowly dissolving? And, more than a p.s.: how would the other seven be? In order of disappearance researches the contradictory idea that our solitude can connect us with each other.
Last March corona measures caused the cancellation of physical presentations during Festival Cement. As part of Powered by Boulevard audiences get a chance to experience this live performance after all.
Both available in Dutch and English!
P.S. Not suitable for those who suffer from claustrophobia.
Next to the general Covid-19 guidelines, the following measures apply here: this performance is partly a walk, which enables the audience to keep a safe 1,5-meter distance to each other. Next to this, all points of contact will be cleaned according to the guidelines.
Direction, concept and text: Bart van de Woestijne
Dramaturgy: Maarten Bos
Scenography: Sofie Doeland
Production: Eline Elbersen & Lysanne van Esch
Sound design: Wessel Schrik
Performer: Casper Nusselder
Technique: Daan Westendorp
Coproduction: Over het IJ Festival, Festival Cement
Artistic advisor: Alexandra Broeder
Photography: Guillaume Amat
Thanks to: Breg Pels Rijcken, Muhamed Stranjac
t/m16 August 2020
- Location Vertrekpunt Werkwarenhuis
- Running time 60 min.
- Entrance price €15, under 18/CJP €10
- Type Installation/ Visual arts
Toilet facilities available
No catering available
- Accessibility Not wheelchair accessible
- Accessibility Deze voorstelling is prikkelarm, maar niet geschikt voor mensen met claustrofobie.