Quem matou o meu pai

textÉdouard Louis
Ivo van Hove
8 - 10 jul 2021
thu - fri, 8 PM > sat, 7 PM
Sala Garrett
text Édouard Louis
stage direction, translation and adaptation Ivo van Hove 
with Hans Kesting 
scenography and light Jan Versweyveld 
costumes An D'Huys 
music George Dhauw
stage assistant Olivier Diepenhorst 
scenography assistant Bart van Merode 
production and technical direction Reyer Meeter 
scene direction Kevin Cuijvers, Bart Coenen, Zinzi Kemper, Manon van Nouland, Dennis van Scheppingen 
sewing department Farida Bouhbouh, Wim van Vliet (hoofd) 
production Inge Zeilinga, Edith den Hamer (hoofd) 
coproduction deSingel Antwerp 
independent production Jeroen van Ingen and Jaap Kooijman, Bertil van Kaam 
The anger-soaked Quem matou o meu pai (Who killed my father) is written in the form of a letter to his father. Louis found his inspiration in a visit he paid to his father after not seeing him for some time, finding him almost unrecognizable. The man had become ill and aged prematurely, the result of a life marked by alcohol, social deprivation, hard work, and an industrial accident. Louis explains this to the elite, for whom politics is primarily an 'aesthetic issue': they engage in politics that has virtually no influence on their lives. The underclass, on the other hand, is devastated by cutbacks in benefits.

Performed in Dutch with portuguese surtitles.
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