Ultima Vez, Joop Admiraal, Kitty Courbois and Titus Muizelaar
David Eugene Edwards (16 Horsepower) and others
CREATED WITH & PERFORMED BY
Joop Admiraal, Kitty Courbois, Titus Muizelaar and eight performers of Ultima Vez: Robert M. Hayden, Ina Geerts, Laura Arís Alvarez, Elena Fokina, Jozef Frucek, Germán Jauregui Allue, Linda Kapetanea, Thomas Steyaert
ALSO CREATED WITH
ASSISTANT TO WIM VANDEKEYBUS
Greet Van Poeck
Wim Vandekeybus, Ralf Nonn
TECHNICAL COORDINATION & LIGHT ENGINEER
SOUND DESIGN & ENGINEER
STAGEMANAGEMENT & PROPS
EXTRA TECHNICIAN ON TOUR
STYLING & COSTUMES
ASSISTANT STYLING & COSTUMES
Daniel Huard, Sascha Van Riel
SET PRODUCED BY
Workshop Toneelgroep Amsterdam (Alex Daas, Jan Van Dalfsen, Rob Stoffers, Joop Reesen, Theo Van Rooy, Ellen Windhorst, Karin Heslinga)
COSTUMES PRODUCED BY
Workshop Toneelgroep Amsterdam (Farida Bouhbouh, Wim Van Vliet, Renske Kraakman)
Chris van der Burght
Philippe Vandendriessche, Femke Van der Fraenen
ULTIMA VEZ IS SUPPORTED BY
the Flemish Community. With the cooperation of the Flemish Community Commission of the Brussels Capital Region.
In the autumn 2001, Ivo Van Hove, director of Toneelgroep Amsterdam, invited Wim Vandekeybus to be a guest-director for this Dutch repertory company. For this unique project, which formerly had the work-title Metamorphosen, Vandekeybus cast three experienced actors from Toneelgroep Amsterdam and eight performers from his own company, Ultima Vez.
Poet and author Peter Verhelst, who has also written texts for the Ultima Vez productions Scratching the Inner Fields and Blush, wrote the text. David Eugene Edwards, known as the singer-songwriter of the American band 16 Horsepower and his solo-project Woven Hand, signs the music. There will also be existing numbers from various artists in the performance’s soundscape.
The departure point for the creation were two completely independent phenomena: sonic booms and night radio.
In Sonic Boom Wim Vandekeybus bridges the gap between gut emotion and imagination, between the physical and verbal, between images and stories, between dance and theater.