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Angélique has been acting for years. She played the cliché of the man. The man who has big muscles, fixes cars, reads Playbloy. Today, Angélique is a subversive princess. She strips herself of her alienations, her masks, her gender dictates. In a sparkling red dress, she discovers herself hybrid, multiple and reinvents herself. It arouses the naughty, taken aback look of the audience. She celebrates Father's Day and Mother's Day alone, her daughters in photography.

Writing and direction: Frédérique Lecomte

With: Angélique Sautois

Scenography and costumes: Christine Mobers

Dramaturgy: Ewout d’Hoore

Collage: Frédérique Lecomte

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Come walk with us in the Park, let us whisper in your ear (not too close) kind blessings, delicate permissions, naive songs and sweet visions about your future. Ten enveloping mothers will console you for hard times you've had.

Directed and written: Frédérique Lecomte

Costumes: Lissa Djata

Video: Noé Reutenauer

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Still relevant today, the Grand SeXtacle has adapted to the health crisis. The actors and Théâtre & Réconciliation offer you 23 episodes available for free on YouTube.

Would confinement have exacerbated their libido?

What is certain is that they will expose themselves, from home, and indulge in sexy rituals. In Zoom, because they can't touch each other.

​It’s an erotic, funny and irreverent court of miracles.

The Grand SeXtacle, like you've never seen it... something to entertain you during confinement.

Text and direction: Frédérique Lecomte with the help of Ewout D'Hoore

Scenography: Christine Mobers

Acting: Claire Coché, Annick Cornette, Frédérique Lecomte, Christine Mobers, Jean-Pierre Nicaise, Michel Nolevaux, Estelle Petit, Jean-Philippe Pettiaux, Véronique Resler

Video editing: Guillaume Nolevaux

Costumes: Sylvie Thevenard, Bert Menzel

Production: Theater and Reconciliation (VF) with the help of the Fabrique de Théâtre, CIFAS and the Luc Pire Foundation

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