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Peeping Tom

Palais Garnier - from 06 to 10 January 2021

Sales open on 03 November 2020 at 12h00

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Peeping Tom

Ballet Guest company

Sales open on 03 November 2020 at 12h00

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Palais Garnier - from 06 to 10 January 2021

1h45 no interval

About

In few words:

“Peeping Tom” or the voyeur. The name of this company, founded in Brussels in 2000 by Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier, is enough to convey the hallmark of its two founders: a theatrical form of dance offering fresh readings of life’s events as dreamlike as they are brutal. Drawn into worlds evoked by hyper-realistic decors – a mobile home, a cellar, a museum or an old people’s home – the spectator oscillates between tragedy and burlesque, tenderness and anxiety, dream and reality. For Peeping Tom, the huis clos of familiar situations remains an important source of creativity: Moeder (Mother) is the second volume in a trilogy on the family which began with Vader (Father) in 2014 and was completed in 2019 with Kind (Child). Peeping Tom performs at the Palais Garnier for the first time with its latest production: Diptych, composed of The Missing Door and The Lost Room, a new adaptation of pieces created for the dancers of the Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT l).

  • Diptych: The missing door, The lost room

    • Artistic director :

      Franck Chartier

      Gabriela Carrizo

    • Concept and staging :

      Gabriela Carrizo

      Franck Chartier

    • Sound desing, arrangements :

      Raphaëlle Latini

      Ismaël Colombani

      Annalena Fröhlich

      Louis‑Clément Da Costa

    • Lighting design :

      Tom Visser

    • Set design :

      Gabriela Carrizo

      Justine Bougerol

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