L’Eléphant Perdu is a theatrical performance on the border of object theatre, dance and visual arts. Inspired by Surrealist stories and images, we set loose our deepest fantasies on the audience. We invite them to not only look at them, but even take place amidst them. L’Eléphant Perdu is a visual experience around and between the public, a thrilling dream that makes us wonder what is real and what’s not.
The performance is limited to 10 people.
Children should not go in unattended.
Created and performed by
Brecht Hermans, Isabelle Stockmans, Marieke Breyne and Tommy Andries/Thomas Vermaercke.
With the support of Trans-Form, interregional platform for formation and transmission of puppet theatre, in the context of the programme Interreg IV France / Wallonia / Flandres, with the European Centre of Puppettheatre, Gent (B), Centre de la Marionnette de la Fédéréation Wallonie – Bruxelles, Tournai (B), Institut International de la Marionnette, Charleville-Mézières (F) and Tas de Sable – Ches Panses Vertes, Amiens (F). Also with the support of the City of Ghent and the Province of East-Flandres.
Photo: Tom Callemin