Peeping Tom is a Brussels-based theatre dance company founded in 2000 by Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier. In a little over ten years, Peeping Tom has grown from an ad hoc collective that met during a production by Alain Platel and, with scarce resources, created a surprising production (Caravane, 1999), to an established company with national and international renown. The trilogy consisting of Le Jardin (2001), Le Salon (2004) and Le Sous Sol (2007) as well as 32 rue Vandenbranden (2009) and For Rent (2011) are international co-productions that have been received with enthusiasm by press and audiences alike, and have toured extensively. The human condition is at the core of Peeping Tom’s artistic project. The productions involve the staging of parallel worlds, discontinuous universes, in which the customary logic of time, space and atmosphere is disrupted.
Peeping Tom has won several awards like the French Prix du meilleur Spectacle de Danse de l’année 2005, the Young Directors Award 2007 at the Festival of Salzbourg and the Patrons Circle Award at the Melbourne International Arts Festival. In 2013, For Rent got nominated for the Ubu Awards in the category Best Foreign Language Performance during the Italian theatrical season 2012-2013. 32 rue Vandenbranden got elected by the magazine Guia Folha as the Best Dance Performance of 2013 in Sao Paolo (BR).
Peeping Tom is currently creating Vader, the first part of a new trilogy, which will open on May 10th, 2014 in Theater im Pfalzbau (Ludwigshafen, DE).

Freelance collaborators

André & Christophe De Tremerie (transport)
Diane Fourdrignier (assistant to the directors)
HyoJung Jang (costumes)
Nico Leunen (dramaturgy)
Raphaëlle Latini (sound composition)
Joëlle Reyns (technician)
Hjorvar Rognvaldsson (technician)
Wout Rous (technician)
Herman Sorgeloos (photography)
Juan Carlos Tolosa (sound composition)
Amber Vandenhoeck (technician)

Board of Directors

Rafael Heylen (chairman)

Emiliano Battista
Thijs De Ceuster
Lieve Dierckx
Peggy Donnelly
Herman Sorgeloos


Quentin Legrand (company manager)
+32 2 290 22 07

Anastasia Tchernokondratenko (production and communication)
+32 2 290 22 08

Filip Timmerman (technical direction)

With the support of the Flemish authorities