Kaaitheater is a stage for dance, theatre, performance, music, and debate in Brussels. Founded in 1977 as a pioneer of innovative performing arts, this house has grown into a platform for both works by artists of the Flemish Wave and new generations of performing artists. From Brussels to international, from small to large venues, and just as well in the squares and the streets, where urban and global themes are tangible.
Under the motto “How to Be Many?”, the Kaaitheater team makes room for a broad spectrum of stories, perspectives, artists, and audiences, so as to better reflect the city’s many voices. Kaaitheater does this in cooperation with many partners. Looking towards the future, Kaaitheater will continue to develop new lines of participation and mediation so that it can introduce new generations of audiences to contemporary performing arts. Kaaitheater invites organizations and groups that still are underrepresented on the Brussels stages to create their own artistic programmes. This allows Kaaitheater to open the way for the co-ownership of artists and audiences.
Kaaitheater moves with the times, stimulates social and artistic debates, and embraces the pluriform performing arts of today and tomorrow.