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Peeping Tom - Triptych

Length / Year:125', 2020
Concept and direction:Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier
Performers:Fons Dhossche, Lauren Langlois, Panos Malactos, Alejandro Moya, Fanny Sage, Eliana Stragapede, Roger Van der Poel, Wan-Lun Yu
Artistic assistance:Thomas Michaux
Sound composition and arrangements:Raphaëlle Latini, Ismaël Colombani, Annalena Fröhlich, Louis-Clément Da Costa, Eurudike De Beul
Lighting design:Tom Visser
Set design:Gabriela Carrizo, Justine Bougerol
Costumes:Seoljin Kim, Yichun Liu, Louis-Clément Da Costa
Production:Peeping Tom
Technical coordination:Giuliana Rienzi
Technical engineers:Bram Geldhof, Ilias Johri (Lighting), Tim Thielemans/Jonas Castelijns (Sound)
Stage management:Thomas Dobruszkes (Stage Manager), Clement Michaux, Kato Stevens (Stage Assistants)
Production interns:Lisa Gunstone, Robin Appels, Tour Manager, Amaury Vanderborght, Production Manager, Helena Casas
Communication manager:Sébastien Parizel
Company manager:Veerle Mans
Based upon:Adrift
Created with the dancers of:NDT I: Chloe Albaret, Lydia Bustinduy, César Faria Fernandes, Fernando Hernando Magadan/Spencer Dickhaus, Anna Hermann, Anne Jung, Marne Van Opstal, Roger van der Poel, Meng-ke Wu, Ema Yuasa/Rena Narumi,
With artistic assistance by :Louis-Clément Da Costa, Seoljin Kim e / and Yi-Chun Liu
Produced by:Peeping Tom
Co-production:Opéra National de Paris, Opéra de Lille, Tanz Köln, Göteborg Dance and Theatre Festival, Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles, deSingel Antwerp, GREC Festival de Barcelona, Festival Aperto / Fondazione I Teatri (Reggio Emilia), Torinodanza Festival / Teatro Stabile di Torino – Teatro Nazionale (Torino / Turin), Dampfzentrale Bern, Oriente Occidente Dance Festival (Rovereto)
With support from: Flemish authorities
Distribution: Frans Brood Productions
Note:TRIPTYCH: The missing door, The lost room and The hidden floor was created with the support of the Tax Shelter of the Belgian Federal Government
Note:Contains scenes of nudity. Recommended for ages 12 and above. Stroboscopic lights will be used during the performance


As the lights come on, the audience is plunged into a man’s mind: his life is passing before him like a film – or maybe it is the film of lives other than his, some past, others still to come. And so, in the cabins and hallways of an ocean liner, begins the labyrinthine voyage that is Triptych. In this trilogy, time, memory, and premonition revolve around the illusions, utopias, and lost loves of blinded characters who act out their own fiction. Uncontrollable forces set them adrift at each stage of their search.
In Triptych, the characters, lost in time and space, are continually drifting away and searching for one another. When they embarked on this voyage in pursuit of an ideal they were full of hope, but reality led them towards an uncertain destiny. They try to find a path through the wanderings of their thoughts while reviving and reliving their memories – or creating new versions of them, open to distortions.
Triptych thus reveals a melancholy nostalgia for the future.

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