"Dance is essential for us."
Le Quotidien (Interview Franck Chartier)
"Time, images and searching according to Peeping Tom."
"A great people's theater, in perfect balance of tragedy and comedy" **** (4 stars)
Kulturradio vom rbb
"A crazy mix of contemporary dance, circus, social realist drama and magical poetry"
"Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier have settled on a performance language that feels utterly unique to them, and they exploit it here to dazzling effect. Hilarious and heart wrenching in equal measure, it is proof that dance is now unquestionably the first stop for innovation in the theatre." ***** (5 stars)
Time Out Melbourne
"An uncomfortably visceral, darkly comedic and riveting performance work." ****1/2 (4,5 stars)
The Sydney Morning Herald
Interview with Eurudike De Beul on 'SBS Radio 1' (Australian radio)
SBS Radio 1
Interview with Jos Baker and Marie Gyselbrecht on 'Books and Arts' (ABC - Australian radio)
"A dream, a nightmare, or just a moment on a journey ? Take your pick. 32 rue Vandenbranden is at times difficult and dark, comic, and poetic and beautiful. It’s also totally gripping from start to finish."
"'32 rue Vandenbranden' evokes trepidation, wonder and compassion." **** (4 stars)
“With ’32 rue Vandenbranden’, Peeping Tom revisits its expertise, wringing or exhausting, to the point of breaking, like a glass thrown against a mirror, the naturalism that was their trademark.” *** (3 stars)
"A theatrical electro-shock... their talent is terrifying..."