MU In Real Live Thursdays #4: New Skin

MU In Real Live Thursdays #4: New Skin

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This performance is in English

MU In Real Live Thursdays #4: New Skin by Hannah
While we’re gradually leaving the lockdown behind, MU Hybrid Art House treats you to a summer of cultural encounters on regular Thursday evenings. Join us for a series of surprising performances, films, music, theatre, workshops and whatever this In Real Live Thursdays programme may have in store for you.

New Skin by Hannah De Meyer, a searing, feminist, ecological solo that channels the indignation of our age into an alternative story of connectedness with everything that exists.
Language: English
Entry: €5,00, students €2,50
Door open: 19.30
Start performance: 20.00
Discussion: 20.45

We can only seat 30 people due to 1,5 meter distancing guidelines, so please call 040-2961663 or email us at to make your reservation!

A rebellious young generation of antiracist writers, climate activists and economists is rising up. The first generation that is not economically better off than their parents. Young people born into a broken world, looking around and indignantly asking: Really? Is this what you’ve left us?

From that anger, they start looking for alternative stories about what constitute success, prosperity, a thriving society.

“That indignation can be a transformative force. I’m fascinated by how life-threatening situations can arouse a tremendous amount of resilience and imagination. How peace movements can arise in the midst of political and climatological threats. People who look into the heart of injustice and destruction and then, with determination, nevertheless say something about love.” – Hannah De Weyer

Hannah De Meyer (1988) graduated in 2015 from the Performance programme of Toneelacademie Maastricht. She writes, plays, directs and publishes. Her work investigates the connections between femininity, ecology and decolonisation. She merges text and movement into an independent-minded, hybrid theatrical language.

Cover photo: Dries Segers