Three generations of women are calling for a new humility towards nature.
The starting point for this quest is the life and work of the Australian ecofeminist Val Plumwood (1936-2008). She called for a new humility by reinserting the human into the food chain, and placing death centre stage. PREY consists of three solos by three generations of women. Each with a different focus - text/ speech, song/music, dance/performance, the solos delve with increasing intensity into a different world view where being human is being part of a natural order. The essence of PREY is to find consolation in the horrific fact that we are food, and that we belong to an ecological cycle of life and death.
A Two Dogs Company and Muziektheater Transparant.
Coproduction: Klarafestival, Theatre Rotterdam (for ACT: Art, Climate & Transition - Creative Europe project) and Perpodium.
In collaboration with Théâtre Varia and Kaaitheater.
With the support of Tax Shelter of the Belgian Federal Government, the Flemish Government and the Flemish Community Commission.