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REMEMBER THE DRAGONS... (11+) – 2017

30 fascinating stories, told by children from 21 different countries, in 15 languages. A motley crew that joins the audience at a large oval table

Attention! Remember the dragons… is a feast of lies, only accessible to teens and youngsters. Parents and accompanying adults are welcome to wait in a special waiting room, where they can follow the performance by means of a live-feed. The waiting area will prove to be more significant and meaningful than you can imagine at this point.

In Remember the dragons ... BERLIN immerses you in a sea of stories that seem too absurd to be true. A girl from Morocco is never hungry, feels no pain and hardly needs any sleep. A Danish boy has known since his 4th birthday that he would rather be a girl. A boy of the same age from South Africa made dozens of crop circles with his grandfather. At night, in secret. True or False? And where does that little space man suddenly come from?

Remember the dragons... is a video-installation for youngsters aged 11 and up. A large table with thirty screens offers place to 30 viewers who love impressive stories. The show is based on BERLIN's success story Perhaps all the dragons..., which has now been performed over 590 times

Remember the dragons... shows the same stories to the children and adults from different perspectives and sends them back home with a special set of shared memories and a beautiful sparkling moonstone.

Languages: Dutch, Ukrainian, German, Spanish, English, Russian, Arabic, Gujarati, French, Croatian, Chinese, Danish, Italian, Hebrew, Romanian

With subtitles.

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Video and audio

Credits

Concept BERLIN [Bart Baele,
Yves Degryse],
after Perhaps All The Dragons [2014]
A production of BERLIN,
hetpaleis,
Kopergietery
Text/creation & directing Bart Baele,
Yves Degryse,
Tom Struyf
Editing Bart Baele,
Geert De Vleesschauwer,
Yves Degryse
Soundtrack & mixing Eric Thielemans Camera Geert De Vleesschauwer
Scenography BERLIN,
Manu Siebens
Technical direction Manu Siebens
Technical assistance Tim Clement Image & graphic design Jelle Verryckt,
Fien Leysen
Communication Sam Loncke Make-up Saskia Verreycken
Research Fien Leysen Business management Kurt Lannoye
Administration Jane Seynaeve Tour planning Eveline Martens
Choreography Axelle Verkempinck Film sets Eric Moonen,
Sophia Hahmann
Set Manu Siebens,
Robrecht Ghesquière,
Bregt Janssens,
Koen Ghesquière
Production Celeste Driesen,
Fien Leysen,
Jelte Van Roy,
Eric Moonen
Costumes & props Jessica Ridderhof,
Fien Leysen
Internship video/production Claire Hoofwijk
Internship technics Amber Van Rooijen Internship research Sari Veroustraete,
Floor Fiers,
Anna Poreda,
Anneriek de Vries,
Enrica Camporesi,
Heleen Haest,
Lynn Elshof,
Robin Houben
With Alice Fatzaun,
Alina Tugusheva,
Amy Sibille,
Anuna De Wever-Van der Heyden,
Asia Gomarasca,
Brecht Ghyselinck,
Daniella Foros,
Emanuel Ost,
Jens De Vylder,
Kareena Lakhani,
Kas de Bruin,
Koral Tabdidishvili,
Luka De Wever-Van der Heyden,
Manu Van Mieghem,
Maya Vasquez,
Melisa Mehmeti,
Milo Lenski,
Lena Lenski,
Mpho Pierreux,
Nestor Matytchak,
Shams Bedja,
Shania Choksi,
Siene De Vylder,
Wolf Verniers,
Joaquin De Neef,
Salma Bekkour,
Henri Van den Eynde,
LiungWen Liu,
Koen Fillet,
Sven Speybrouck,
Barbara Raes,
Patrick De Jaegher
Extras Uta Boving,
Maya Cools,
Mats Heivers,
Jade Gevaerts,
Esther Verhaegen,
Mila De Bruyn,
Emil Krastev,
Loraline Verhulst,
Hope Cassetto,
Bente Govaerts,
Heleen Van Caesbroeck,
Kyan Vandeweyer,
Maxim Somerling,
Brahim Maadi,
Enis Ramadanovic,
Nando van den Brande,
Ante Bal,
Jeanne Van Kerrebroeck,
Lou de Grave,
Rhune Mannaerts,
Elisabeth Wilderjans,
Ashley Van Vooren,
Loupita van Bellegem,
Mattiz Van Hecke,
Nina Janssens,
Amber Lagast,
Amelia De Bie,
Kato Cusse,
Fleur Cusse,
Cato de Vlamynck,
Marilyn Steelant,
Jana De Zutter,
Norah Martens,
Laure Pycke
Translation & subtitling Ram Rahmim,
Natalia Tugusheva,
Oksana Semyczak,
Angela Foros,
Susan Verhulst,
Raf Vanorbeek,
Fatiha El Mokkadem,
Florinela Petcu,
Reena Lakhani,
Merima Mehmeti,
Astrid Knoke,
Frank van den Boogaard,
Fien Leysen,
Kristel Soekias,
Claire Hoofwijk,
Kurt Lannoye,
Tom Struyf,
Els De Bodt
Coproductions
Tweetakt festival [Utrecht, NL], Rotondes [Luxemburg, LU] en CENTQUATRE [Paris, FR] With the support of the Flemish Government. BERLIN is associated artist to CENTQUATRE [Paris, FR] and Creative Associate at deSingel [Antwerp, BE]. With the support of the Flemish Government.
Thanks to
Peter Adriaenssens, Johan Braeckman, Rebekka de Wit, Tijmen Govaerts, Steven Beersmans, Karin Anema, Wouter van Beek, Sara de Wit, Bart Haest, Kasper Siebens, Olivia Farnsworth, Nikki Trepak, Dansschool Movimento, Talitha De Decker, Dansstudio Arabesque, Ann Peeters, Erasmushogeschool FabLab Brussel