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    Festival d’Automne à Paris
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    75001 Paris

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Theater HORA / Jérôme Bel

Disabled Theater

Dance

    SCHEDULE AND VENUES
    • Centre Pompidou
      October 10 to October 13

    For Jerome Bel, “disabled” describes a theater that is “altered, slowed down, weakened, artless.”
    Following an invitation from Hora Theater, Jerome Bel has worked with intellectually challenged actors, placing the performers at the heart of the creative process. Their otherness and condition of minority is exposed to challenge social and theatrical conventions.

     

    Disabled Theater
    Concept, Jérôme Bel, Theater HORA
    Assistance and Translation, Simone Truong, Chris Weinheimer
    Dramaturgy, Marcel Bugiel
    Assistant Jérôme Bel, Maxime Kurvers
    Trainee, Jean-Florent Westrelin
     
    By and with  Damian Bright, Matthias Brücker, Remo Beuggert, Matthias Grandjean, Gianni Blumer, Julia Häusermann, Sara Hess, Miranda Hossle, Lorraine Meier, Tiziana Pagliaro, Peter Keller

     

    Production Manager, Ketty Ghnassia
    Artistic Direction Theater HORA, Michael Elber
    Administration Theater HORA, Giancarlo Marinucci

    Production Theater HORA (Zurich) with the support of Stadt Zürich Kultur, Kanton Zürich Fachstelle Kultur, Pro Helvetia
    Coproduction Theater HORA ; R.B. Jérôme Bel ; Festival AUAWIRLEBEN (Berne) ; kunstenfestivaldesarts (Bruxelles) ; Festival d'Avignon ; Ruhrtriennale ; La Bâtie – Festival de Genève ; Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin) ; Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris) ; Festival d'Automne à Paris 
    Corealisation Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris) ; Festival d’Automne à Paris
    Warm Thanks to Sasa Asentic, Urs Beeler, Tom Stromberg, Andreas Meder (Internationales Theaterfestival OKKUPATION!), Stiftung Züriwerk, Fabriktheater Rote Fabrik Zürich 
    and to the public rehearsals's Audience
     
    With the support of HenPhil Pillsbury Fund The Minneapolis Foundation & King’s Fountain
    With the support of Pro Helvetia, Swiss Foundation for Culture
    With the support of Fonds Handicap & Société

    Premiered May 10, 2012 at kunstenfestivaldesarts (Bruxelles)