Wed 13.0521:30 - 22:30Dansstudio
Thu 14.0520:00 - 21:00Dansstudio
In 1945 the first university of Shiraz opens.
In 1963 Iranian women are allowed to vote for the first time.
In 1971 the shah of Iran organises the largest and most expensive party in the world.
In 1979 mayhem breaks out, the country collapses, the Islamic Republic of Iran is established.
In 1990 Farbod Fathinejadfard is born.
In 2019 he might be granted Belgian citizenship.
In his debut ‘Shiraz, tell me about the revolution?’ actor and playwright Farbod Fathinejadfard traverses the different worlds he has grown up in. He dissects the two systems that turned him in who he is today. Fathinejadfard confronts us with the reality of government agencies who reduce him – and countless others – to a mere plaything. He painfully exposes how his human enthusiasm clashes with the blunt objectivity of the established power structures.
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ma 13.05 - 21:30 Dansstudio
di 14.05 - 20:00 Dansstudio
€10 / 10 / 10 / 8
€15 / 15 / 15 / 10 (combiticket Yinka Kuitenbrouwer - ‘Morgen Werd Alles Anders’) [LINK INVOEGEN]
In Dutch - Dutch surtitles
Podium / theater / 10x10
coaching Michiel Soete, Benjamin Op de Beeck - licht Bas De Vos - video Sara Sampelayo - techniek Gregor Van Mulders - dramaturgisch onderzoek Dries Douibi - productie Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek (KWP) - coproductie: KWP, d e t h e a t e r m a k e r, BUDA, Kunstencentrum Vooruit, ARSENAAL / LAZARUS - gekiemd in Transfo-Collect - met dank aan Bâtardfestival, Johan Dehollander, Aurelie Di Marino, Silke Huysmans & Hannes Dereere, Anne-Catherine Kunz, Tine Van Aerschot - met de steun van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap, de Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie
Together with LOD Muziektheater