Laika Lexicon. A book for 15 years of Laika. Writer and philosopher of science Geerdt Magiels came up with 26 bywords for the work of Laika past and present. We in our turn dipped into our archives and added excerpts of text, photographs and recipes.
Including Pentamerone by Jo Roets and Greet Vissers .
Including Othello by Jo Roets and Greet Vissers.
Including De Karamazovs by Jo Roets and Jur van der Lecq.
Laika tafelt was published on the occasion of the week-long Amsterdam residency Laika in Expo organised by De Brakke Grond and Laika from 10 to 16 March 2002. It contains recipes cooked up by Peter De Bie, inspired by the work of Laika. They were either prepared during one of our performances; or they are linked to a production by association. With text fragments by Eric Bogosian, Bart Moeyaert, Jo Roets, Peter Verhelst, and others.
The story of the little dog that has lost its master in front of the big train station. This book was written by Judith Herzberg and illustrated by Paul Verrept to mark the start of Laika.
Jo Roets rewrote the medieval story about the love between an Arab prince and the daughter of a white slave for the theatre. In this sweet fairytale, love conquers all and unites people across all their differences. Illustrated with drawings by Paul Verrept.
Including Cantecleir by Jo Roets and Greet Vissers.
Including Napolejong by Jo Roets.
Including Blauw Vier by Jo Roets and Greet Vissers.
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