A Day is a Hundred Years


“I’ve realized that you can’t separate the building from the people who care for it. That is why the cast of ‘A Day is a Hundred Years’ consists of people who have been a part of Decoratelier for a long time. We fictionalize the history of this place in Brussels: its past, but also its future. Because the story of Decoratelier is the story of Brussels: a city where buildings, sites and whole neighbourhoods are constantly being renovated and repurposed. Buildings aren’t snapshots. Every building is always in transition. That is what the piece is about: a space through time, and time through a space.”

Text, Direction, Scenography: Jozef Wouters
Artistic collaboration: Michiel Soete, Barry Ahmad Talib
With: Barry Ahmad Talib, Maya Dhondt, Micha Goldberg, Naomi Quashie, Kamal Tall
Dramaturgy: Bryana Fritz
Light design: Michiel Soete
Costume design: Lila John
Technical direction: Menno Vandevelde
Set construction: Jamy Hollebeke, Willem Rys, Jan Rymenants, Remco Wuyts, Vic Van den Bossche (Decoratelier)
Sound: Wout Clarysse
Light: Sarah Feyen
Stage: Tom De Langhe
Inside eye: Enzo Smits
Production management: Vincent Focquet, Michiel Soete, Marie Umuhoza
Internship: Chloë Tempel, Freek Willems, Sophie Bax

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