Babel(words) takes a deeper look at the relationship between language and nationality. Identity versus religion. On stage, three massive structures refer to a nameless crossroads in a faceless city in the future, close to the border with no man's land. The action alternates between intimacy and openness, the individual and the collective, while they are faced with questions and crises of faith, space and society.
“Babel is one of the best things in theatre right now.” (De Morgen)
choreography Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Damien Jalet with Navala Chaudhari, Francis Ducharme, Darryl E. Woods, Jon Filip Fahlstrom, Qudus Onikeku, Damien Fournier, Elias Lazaridis, Ben Fury, Mohamed Toukabri, Paea Leach, Valgedur Rúnarsdóttir, Christine Leboutte, Ulrika Kinn Svensson, Kazutomi Kozuki, Sang Hun Lee, Moya Michael, Sandra Porcel Delgadillo, James O’Hara, Paul Zivkovich, Helder Seabra and Igal Furman music Patrizia Bovi, Miriam Andersel, Fadia El Hage, Leah Stuttard, Mahabub Khan, Sattar Khan, Gabriele Miracle, Enea Sorini, Shogo Yoshii and Kazunari Abe dramaturgy Lou Cope production Eastman and De Munt coproduction Fondation d’entreprise Hermès, La Villette, Sadler’s Wells, Theaterfestival Boulevard, Festspielhaus, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg, Migros Culture Percentage Dance Festival Steps, Fondazione Musica per Roma and Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele photo Koen Broos
€ 30/26 (section 1) - € 26/22 (section 2)
€ 26/22 for a double danceticket with In Absentia on May 23 and 24, 2017