Directed by Héloïse Ravet
Interpretation Youri David, Noé Englebert, Michele de Luca, Francesco Italiano, Souâd Toughraï
Light creation Sibylle Cabello
Sound creation Laure Lapel
Technical direction (in progress)
Photo Michel Boermans / Hichem Dahes
Development and distribution BLOOM Project
Co-production Théâtre Varia (Brussels), ... (in progress) | With the support of La Roseraie and Théâtre La Balsamine (Brussels)
A monastery in Italy.
Three Brothers, Ercole, Roberto, Ilario lead a peaceful life between singing lessons, the arrival of new models of holy water fonts, the maintenance of the monastery and some minor but invigorating theological quarrels.
All three calmly safeguard their faith through prayer and the daily cleaning of the crucifixes.
In this same monastery, two silent shadows desperately seek each other, They are these memories that never existed, the slime of all the icons that adorned these walls, a conglomerate of humanity that ignores and rejects itself. They burn in the middle of our three monks, disturbing their real, alternating visible and invisible, playing with them and their devotee blindly.
Outrage for good fortune is a show about mystical Christian belief, and so it is inevitably a show about blasphemy, sacrilege.
In Outrage , the sacred is a lantern, a mindless firefly without soul or conscience that begins to strike our temples with its existence to then disappear, once the memory of its glow in our hands.