Œdipus / Bêt noir

© Danny Willems
Théâtre de la Ville, The Marais Monday January 28 2013 20:30

There’s nothing more tragic that the destiny of Oedipus, condemned to kill his father and marry his mother without knowing. The legend has been interpreted by Jan Decorte and choreographed by Wim Vandekeybus into a physical re-reading of the text, played out on a dimly-lit stage set by a troupe of dancers dressed in rags. Expect violent acrobatics and powerful leaps – the physical language is pure poetry.

Venue name: Théâtre de la Ville
Contact:
Address: 2 place du Châtelet
4e
Paris

Opening hours: Box office 11am-7pm Mon; 11am-8pm Tue-Sat. By phone 11am-7pm Mon-Sat; 11am-5pm Sun. Closed July & Aug
Transport: Metro: Châtelet
Price: De 17 à 30 €
Event website: http://www.theatredelaville-paris.com/