In Inferno, the writer and director Rudi Meulemans crosses the boundaries of disciplines for the first time. Multimedia artist Kurt D’Haeseleer designs an installation in which one of the many figures takes their place on each occasion. On stage we see actors of De Parade, but also the choreographer and dancer Vincent Dunoyer. With this production, Meulemans is starting a three-part theatrical adaptation of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Inferno will be followed by Purgatorio and Paradiso. Inferno is an adventurous journey in which there is much to discover in the world, the other and ourselves.

Performed by Tom de Hoog, Vincent Dunoyer, Caroline Rottier, Hilde Wils

Concept, text and direction Rudi Meulemans Co-direction and choreography Vincent Dunoyer Video design Kurt d’Haeseleer Lighting design Hans Meijer Dramaturgy Marianne Van Kerkhoven Assistence to the video design Caroline De Decker Assistence to the lighting design Arne Lievens Internship dramaturgy Esther Severi Construction screen Benjamin Lasserre Construction stand Herman Venderickx Surtitles Anneleen Hermans Language coaches Tim Oliphant, Gisèle Van Huffel, Katrien Dierckx Graphic design Casier/Fieuws Production management and pr Anneleen Hermans Thanks to Josée Lehon and to Luk Bekaert, Anaïs Caillat, Nadine Cheyns, Sam Claeys, Guille del mundo el hijo del sol, Caroline Deneuter, Cristophe Herremans, Monique Jansen, Birgit Kersbergen, Alex Kindt, Kim Machiels, Dimitri Magnin, Jan Martens, Amandine Nkeshimana, Johan Van Accoleyen, Iris Vandevelde, Dirk Vanduynslager, Fred Van Hauw, Roger Van Vooren, Lex Vlooswijk, Nelly Pierreux, Elisabeth Wolfs
Production De Parade Co-production Kaaitheater

With the support of de Vlaamse Regering, de Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie and het Vlaams Fonds voor de Letteren

Première: the 28th of octobre, 2010, Kaaistudio’s, Brussels

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