Fré Werbrouck {Brussels}
  • Duration: en création
  • Location : Centre Culturel de Huy

Fré Werbrouck presents us Murmurô, part three, after Sillon and Phasme, of his Variations sur l’immobile. The piece draws the portrait of a woman who, by the body, her energy, her movement, suggests a possible freedom. A woman on the edge, she takes care of the darkness and strives to bring out what we ignore. The character is crossed by the figure of the witch, a being apart, who opposes the civilized man and questions him.


Date Hour
Wednesday, February 21 8:30 pm


  • Tarif plein 12 €
  • 65ans et+ 8 €
  • -30ans 8 €
  • Abo 5 spectacles 8 €


MURMURÔ : Mise en scène et chorégraphie Fré Werbrouck Interprétation et création Antia Diaz Otero Scénographie et costume Claire Farah Création son et musique Boris Gronemberger Création lumières Nicolas Marty Regard extérieur Eve Giordani Production Cie D’ici P. Coproduction Théâtre de Liège, Les Brigittines, Charleroi danse, Centre Culturel de Huy, Centre Culturel de Durbuy, Maison de la Culture Famenne-Ardennes, Théâtre Marni, ALDES/SPAM! Avec le soutien de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles / Service Danse. La Cie D’ici P. est accompagnée par le Grand Studio.



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