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THEATRE — Ontroerend Goed wants, in a partnership with the Australian company The Border Project, to talk about the desire for popularity, the systems of voting and the occasional failure of democracy.

In Fight Night, you, the audience, have the control. The performance consists of 5 actors, 5 scenes and you can decide who after each scene must leave the stage. Which player agrees to the final monologue?

Five players. Five rounds.
Your voice.
One survivor.
We will help you decide with surveys, political quizzes, coalitions, campaigns, debates, consultants,
exit polls, spin doctors, political candidates and referendums.
We will make sure the best man doesn’t win.

Fight Night premiered on April 10, 2013 at the Vooruit in Ghent.
English spoken


Director: Alexander Devriendt
Performance: Angelo Tijssens, Roman Vaculik, David Heinrich, Sophie Cleary, Valentine Dhaenens & Charlotte De Bruyne
Scenography & Costumes: The Sophie Somere
Scenography, Lighting design & technology: Lilith Tremmery
Composers: Cameron Goodall, David Heinrich
Sound Designer: David Heinrich
Photographer: Sarah Eechaut

Ontroerend Goed & The Border Project in coproduction with Drum Theatre Plymouth, Vooruit & Richard Jordan Productions Ltd..

With the support of the Flemish Community, the Province of East Flanders, City of Ghent and the Besen Foundation.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and the Government of South Australia.