DIRECTION, CHOREOGRAPHY & FILM
Laura Arís, Elena Fokina, Robert M. Hayden, Germán Jauregui Allue, Jorge Jauregui Allue, Mala Kline, Thi-Mai Nguyen, Manuel Ronda, Helder Seabra
Arno & Ad Cominotto, David Byrne, Thierry De Mey, Pierre Mertens, Marc Ribot,
MOVEMENT ASSISTANT & REHEARSAL DIRECTOR
DRAMATURGE & ASSISTANT WIM VANDEKEYBUS
Greet Van Poeck
Isabelle Lhoas ASSISTED BY Frédéric Denis
Wim Vandekeybus ASSISTED BY Isabelle Lhoas, Daniel Huard
Wim Vandekeybus, Francis Gahide, Ralf Nonn
SOUND EDITING & ENGINEERING
Stéphanie Croibien, Heidi Ehrhart
Daniel Huard, Jef Dubois, Atelier Kvs, Isabelle Lhoas, Britt Angé, Heidi Ehrhart, Raphaël Gheerardyn
Iñaki Azpillaga, François Brice, Carmelo Fernandez
Ulrike Reinbott, Eduardo Torroja, Kvs, Louise De Neef, Jef Dubois
Spiegel is based on excerpts of What The Body Does Not Remember (1987), Immer Das Selbe Gelogen (1991), Bereft Of A Blissful Union (1996), 7 For A Secret Never To Be Told (1997), In Spite Of Wishing And Wanting (1999) And “Inasmuch As Life Is Borrowed…” (2000)
KVS (Brussels), Pact Zollverein/Choreographisches Zentrum Nrw (Essen), Théâtre De La Ville (Paris)
Ultima Vez Is Supported By The Flemish Government & The Flemish Community Commission Of The Brussels Capital Region.
Twenty years after the première of What the Body Does Not Remember - and almost as many creations with changing international casts later - Wim Vandekeybus composed an evening with some remarkable scenes from his work.
With his dancers Wim Vandekeybus looks in the mirror. They let themselves be re-inspired and reworked the movement material of his early works as well as more recent productions. No simple collage, but a journey in search of the essence of his movement idiom. A retrospective of the energy and emotions at the base of his creations.