5 t/m 9 August 2017

Salt keeps things from rotting. It is common knowledge among seafaring folk, but some theatre makers also know. In An incomplete life, Wild Vlees successfully pickles their audience’s attention. This fascinating performance by Tamar Blom [NL, 1992] and Francesca Lazzeri [Italy, 1991] embraces mortality. What is the role of human life on earth? Why do we want to hold onto it at all cost? The serene An incomplete life tells us living is learning to disappear slowly. Grain by grain.

Young theatre makers Wild Vlees have set up a long-term collaboration with Boulevard. Previous performances include Body On/Off and When everything is human, the human is an entirely different thing, in which a man and a woman merge in a wave of plaster.

TIP: Beeldenstorm
The creators of Wild Vlees take you with them on a tour. Besides their own creatons An incomplete life and Apocalypse: The second horse the tour guides you to I'm not here says the void by Julian Hetzel and the installation Reborn by Pleun van Dijk.

performed by: Tamar Blom and Francesca Lazzeri

a coproduction by Festival Cement, Het Huis Utrecht, Theaterfestival Boulevard

  • Entrance price € 14
  • Friend price € 12,50
  • Genre Theatre, Installation/ Visual arts
  • Running time 75 min.
  • Type Nieuwe makers
  • Attainability Walking distance
  • Location Josephkwartier
  • Facilities Toilet facilities available
    Catering available
  • Accessibility Language no problem, Hearing impairment, Wheelchair accessible
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