For the actor, director and writer Michael Disanka, “writing is like photographing the instant with words”. It involves making each life experience his own. His documentary theatre gives a voice to thousands of human beings deprived of speech since night gave birth to the Congo… Divided into seven movements and performed in four languages*, the play deals with private and collective reality, hope and tragedy, and the explosion of latent rage that has been contained for far too long...until the liberating seventh movement, which promises survival.
* Lingala, French, Kikongo, Swahili
With the support of the Brussels-Capital Region and Onda - Office national de diffusion artistique. Event organised as part of the Africa2020 Season, with the support of the French Institute and the Comité des Mécènes de la Saison Africa2020.