KVS takes flight this summer! The Dear Winnie crew can’t wait to show their work at the GREC festival in Barcelona, while Manuela Infante and her team are rehearsing away the last nerves before the world premiere of Metamorphoses at the Santarcangelo festival in Italy. KVS will also be well represented at Theater Aan Zee with a whopping 6 performances, including the premiere of C.A.T.C.H. In short: there’s no escaping KVS this summer! Find us at the Belgian coast, in Italy or Spain – we look forward to seeing you in the audience!
KVS faces Moya Michael and Lisbeth Gruwez are prize winners! Moya Michaels Coloured Swan 3: Harriet’s reMix and Voetvolks Piano Works Debussy, with Lisbeth Gruwez and Claire Chevallier, were selected for the Theaterfestival in Antwerp. Michaels creation also drew Dutch attention: Harriet’s reMix has been selected for the Theaterfestival in Amsterdam.
Well-deserved cherries on top of the work of these choreographers. We couldn’t be prouder of our faces!
Hoera en bravo! Fikry El Azzouzi, KVS-gezicht en stichtend lid van het gezelschap Jr.cE.sA.r, won de Ultima voor Letteren 2020. De jury looft hem om zijn vertelkunst, die oude tradities met frisse en toegankelijke vormen verzoent, en om zijn inspanningen om de leescultuur in Vlaanderen te versterken. Het hele KVS-team wil hem graag feliciteren met deze mooie bekroning van zijn werk!
On April 30, 2021, you could watch the film adaptation of the theater performance Bovary, with Maaike Neuville and Koen De Sutter in the lead roles, directed by Jaco Van Dormael, on Canvas. Did you miss it or would you like to watch it a second (third, fourth) time? Then you can do that via VRTnu.be.
KVS presents the podcast The Defendant No One Heard, a witness account from the front row of the Mawda Shawri trial. The project was created from a need to bring attention to the stories that remained unheard during the trial, in which the verdict fell on 12 February.
A podcast questioning the impartiality of the judicial system and the dehumanization of the weakest people in society. Catherine Makereel interviews Kristin Rogghe and Marie-Aurore d'Awans in response to the launch of The defendant no one heard.