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new skin

Hannah De Meyer

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new skin is a show about that determination, that energy and that love.

Hannah De Meyer: ‘I feel a very strong bond with a rebellious young generation of antiracist writers, climate activists and economists – the first generation that is not economically better off than their parents. These young people who have been born into a broken world are looking around and indignantly asking: Really? Is this what you’ve left us?

I admire that anger. It’s the firm indignation of people who are forced to look for alternative stories. Different stories about what success is, what prosperity is and what comprises a thriving society.

That indignation can be a transformative force. I’m fascinated by how life-threatening situations can arouse a tremendous amount of resilience and imagination. How peace movements can arise in the midst of political and climatological threats. People who look into the heart of injustice and destruction and then, with determination, nevertheless say something about love.’

"Overwhelming Feminist Ecological Statement. (...) By putting the female body on a line with the geological body called the Earth, De Meyer not only gives voice to her own consciousness but also to all other elements gathered under her skin – the inner landscape of rocks, planets and ancestors ."

"new skin is a strong piece of theatre: a woman who, all on her own, presents a totally believable alternative history – in the form of a fantasy story – and on top of that gives you the idea that all life and all things on this planet are intensely connected, even without God. Film can never do that."

Credits

text and performance

  • Hannah De Meyer

inside eye / text guidance and performance

  • Jesse Vandamme

sound

  • Niels Van Heertum
  • Frederik Leroux

light

  • Peter Missotten

production

  • Toneelhuis

coproduction

  • Frascati Producties

All data

  1. Friday 11 October 2019 — 19U00 — Théâtre de la Bastille, Paris
  2. Saturday 12 October 2019 — 19U00 — Théâtre de la Bastille, Paris
  3. Tuesday 15 October 2019 — 19U00 — Théâtre de la Bastille, Paris
  4. Wednesday 16 October 2019 — 19U00 — Théâtre de la Bastille, Paris
  5. Saturday 11 January 2020 — Cultuurcentrum Brugge, Brugge
  1. Friday 21 September 2018 — 20U00 — V36, De Vrièrestraat 36, Antwerp
  2. Saturday 22 September 2018 — 22U00 — V36, De Vrièrestraat 36, Antwerp
  3. Sunday 23 September 2018 — 18U00 — V36, De Vrièrestraat 36, Antwerp
  4. Wednesday 5 December 2018 — NTGent - Arca, Gent
  5. Thursday 31 January 2019 — Frascati, Amsterdam
  6. Friday 1 February 2019 — Frascati, Amsterdam
  7. Friday 22 February 2019 — 20U00 — V36, De Vrièrestraat 36, Antwerp
  8. Saturday 23 February 2019 — 20U00 — V36, De Vrièrestraat 36, Antwerp
  9. Thursday 28 February 2019 — Kunstencentrum Nona, Mechelen
  10. Friday 22 March 2019 — 20U00 — Festival Cement, Den Bosch - s Hertogenbosch
  11. Saturday 23 March 2019 — 19U00 — Festival Cement, Den Bosch - s Hertogenbosch
  12. Sunday 24 March 2019 — 20U00 — Festival Cement, Den Bosch - s Hertogenbosch
  13. Friday 3 May 2019 — Tanzquartier, Wien
  14. Saturday 4 May 2019 — Tanzquartier, Wien
  15. Sunday 8 September 2019 — 20U30 — Nederlands Theaterfestival, Amsterdam
  16. Wednesday 11 September 2019 — 20U00 — Het TheaterFestival Vlaanderen, Gent
  17. Thursday 12 September 2019 — 19U00 — Het TheaterFestival Vlaanderen, Gent

Nieuws over ‘new skin’

Article — 1 August 2019

SELECTED NO LESS THAN THREE TIMES!

Two Toneelhuis productions, AREN by Benjamin Verdonck and new skin by Hannah De Meyer have been selected by Het Theaterfestival in Belgium. De verse tijd by Mokhallad Rasem and Kuno Bakker (a coproduction with Dood Paard) has been selected for the Nederlands Theaterfestival. 

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