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8 December 2017:

Fondazione Campania dei Festival presents Romeo Castellucci's the Minister's Black Veil, a monologue inspired by the American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne and featuring music and sound designed by Scott Gibbons. Willem Dafoe takes on the role of Mr. Hooper, whose sermon is as enigmatic as the novella itself.

  • 20-22 December: Santa Donna Regina Vecchia, Naples [IT]

    For more information, please see:
  • fondazionecampaniadeifestival.it




    1 December 2017:

    The city of Bogotá presents Vital, the new creation by Groupe F featuring music and sound designed by Scott Gibbons, inspired by and constructed from sounds and images of Colombia's flora and fauna.

  • 16-23 December: Plaza de Bolívar, Bogotá [COL]


    Louvre Abu Dhabi

    Groupe F performed the opening ceremony of the Louvre Abu Dhabi with original music by Scott Gibbons.

  • 9 November: Louvre Abu Dhabi [UAE]

    For more information, please see:
  • louvreabudhabi.ae




    30 May 2017:

    Suspended Time The city of Liverpool presents Suspended Time by Groupe F with original music by Scott Gibbons. Suspended Time was commissioned as part of the city's 50 Year Anniversary celebration of the Beatles' album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". Part-performance, part-storytelling, part-pyrotechnic display, Suspended Time will be unlike any event staged in Liverpool before. The evening also includes performances by the Liverpool Lantern Company and Circo Rum Ba Ba.

  • 1 June: Liverpool [UK]

    For more information, please see:
  • sgtpepperat50.com


    Feux Romains Groupe F present new work Feux Romains at Pont du Gard, with original music by Scott Gibbons. Stories unfold through a magical spectacle of sound and light in a legendary setting.

  • 2-3, 9-10 June: Pont du Gard [FR]

    For more information, please see:
  • pontdugard.fr




    8 March 2017:

    deSingel presents Romeo Castellucci's Democracy In America, freely inspired by Alexis De Tocqueville's book from 1832, featuring music and sound designed by Scott Gibbons. In his 1835 treatise, the French philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville looks in awe at the young American democracy. That is Castellucci's starting point: for the first time, a European turned his gaze from the Athenian model of democracy. In his view, the roles in our democracy are the opposite of the Greek. Its shadow-side lay in tragedy. Democracy in America flourished separately from its Greek roots under a sun that casts no shadow. The performance deals with the present day. One theme links a series of heterogeneous images: the democracy of the human race. 'La Democrazia in America' is not intended to be political, but polemic. "The gods are no longer present, but not dead either. There is no God anymore but the city where man lives has not yet been born."

  • 8 - 11 March: deSingel, Antwerp [BE]
  • 30 March - 02 April: Théatre de Vidy, Lausanne [FR]
  • 21 - 22 April: Teatro Arriaga Antzokia, Bilboa [SP]
  • more dates to come...

    For more information, please see:
  • desingel.be



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