Milo Rau & Ensemble nach „Die Orestie“ von Aischylos
An De Mol
FILM & LIVE-KAMERA
Moritz von Dungern
Saskia Venegas Aernoudt
Duraid Abbas Ghaieb, Susana Abdulmajid, Elsie de Brauw, Risto Kübar, Johan Leysen, Bert Luppes, Marijke Pinoy
In Mosul in 2014, the Jihadi caliphate of ISIS was declared. Can a person who has been oppressed and tortured for years by the Islamic State forgive his tormentor? As in the “Oresteia”– the myth of the foundation of civilisation – the tragic hero Orestes ends up in Mosul before a tribunal. Rau, one of the most radical theatremakers of our time, impressively condenses present times against the backdrop of global political contexts: with his team, he did research in Iraq, where foreign rule, war and terror have prevailed for 35 years.
Guest Performance NTGent, Belgium
A Production by NTGent & Schauspielhaus Bochum, in Coproduction with Tandem ArrasDouai
Supported by Romaeuropa Festival & Belgien Tax Shelter, the Flemish Government and the City of Gent.
In Dutch, Arabic and English with German and English surtitles
25th and 26th January 2020, Thalia Theater
26th January after the performance:
Michael Laages (theatre critic) talking to Milo Rau & Ensemble