- Yesterday’s Man
In the framework of The City as Commons in a Divided World, the Kaai Theater presents Yesterday’s Man described as:
" [...] the voyage of a stranger who’s confronted with an ever changing city, Beirut. The project is based on the hypothesis that every city has another city beneath it, and below that another and so on. From time to time, and for unknown reasons, fragments of these hidden cities rise to the surface, confronting the present in the supposedly new city; they appear brusquely or hesitantly and sometimes with harshness and cruelty. "
A collaboration between Rabih Mroué, Tiago Rodrigues, Tony Chakar and Thomas Walgrave. The performance will take place on the 11th of September 2008 at 20.00.