Compagnie de KOE Edward Albee/DE KOE
Edward Albee’s searing play about a couple who autopsy their hellish marriage in front of their bemused ‘friends’ makes ideal artistic fodder for De KOE.
The Flemish company's shows strive to highlight the gap between appearance and reality by toying with the rules of representation.
Their mantra appears to be that art is starring life in the face.
Qui a peur de Virginia Woolf ?
adapted from Who Is Afraid Of Virginia Woolf ?
by Edward Albee
Translated into French by, Martine Bom
By and with, Natali Broods, Karolien De Beck, Nico Sturm, Peter Van den Eede
Staging, Hanneke Van de Kerkhof
Lighting, Jan Goedemé
Sound concept, Pol Geusens
Techniques, Bram De Vreese and Steven Bryce
Production and promotion, Marlene De Smet
Production assistant, Hilde Kenens
Produced by De KOE
Co-production of the French version, Théâtre Garonne/Toulouse ; Théâtre de la Bastille ; Théâtre de Nîmes ; Le Point du Jour/Lyon ; Le Bateau Feu/Scène nationale de Dunkerque ; Festival d’Automne à Paris
A work presented during the European Cultural Season in France (1st of July- 31st of December)