Rêve d’automne by Jon Fosse takes place in a cemetery. Patrice Chéreau chose the museum to stand for this place where generations of visitors meet dead artists endlessly. The repetitive language of Josse is made with bones. The direction by Patrice Chéreau is made with flesh and sensuality. The result is fascinating, provoking and it will make you cry and laugh about the human condition.
Bravo Stadsschouwburg (Amsterdam) and Theatre de la Ville (Paris) for this collaboration.
Walk in Huis Te Vraag, an old, beautiful, peaceful, graveyard, on the edge of the city. I heard the place is threatened by greedy developers… Pauvres mortels.