S 62° 58’, W 60° 39’ 2023

A ship has run aground and is stuck in mountains of ice. A small community of people find themselves trapped in this dangerous, arid landscape. They survive only guided by nature, waiting for the ice to melt to continue their voyage – until realities are shifted, and we are cast in the creation process of the new production.

Peeping Tom’s latest production, directed by Franck Chartier, explores themes such as manipulation, intergenerational ghosts and artistry. What does it mean to give yourself to the stage as a performer? Wat is played, what is real? In the end, doesn’t the real performance take place in the mind of the audience?

S 62° 58’, W 60° 39’ will premiere in September 2023


Concept and direction
Franck Chartier

Creation and performance
Eurudike De Beul, Marie Gyselbrecht, Chey Jurado, Lauren Langlois, Yi-Chun Liu, Sam Louwyck, Romeu Runa, Dirk Boelens

Artistic assistance
Yi-Chun Liu, Louis-Clément da Costa

Sound composition and arrangements
Raphaëlle Latini

Musical composition and strings
Atsushi Sakaï

Justine Bougerol, Peeping Tom

Light design
Tom Visser

Yi-Chun Liu, Peeping Tom

Jessica Harkay, Yi-Chun Liu, Peeping Tom

Technical assistant
Thomas Michaux

Technical creation and props
Filip Timmerman

Technician (creation)
Clément Michaux

Technical coordination
Giuliana Rienzi

Construction set
KVS-atelier, Peeping Tom

Peeping Tom

KVS – Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg (Brussels), Biennale de la Danse (Lyon), Teatros del Canal (Madrid), Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), The Barbican (London), Tanz Köln (Cologne), Festival Aperto/Fondazione I Teatri (Reggio Emilia), Torinodanza Festival/Teatro Stabile di Torino – Teatro Nazionale (Turin), Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (Barcelona), Espoo City Theatre, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg, CC De Factorij Zaventem.

Frans Brood Productions

S 62° 58’, W 60° 39’ is being created with the support of the Tax Shelter of the Belgian Federal Government.