Feminism for Preschoolers
In ‘CRISPS FOR FREE’ we will talk about feminism.
What does that have to do with crisps?
At first glance, maybe not a lot -
Luckily, crisps still look the same to everyone.
But if there were blue crisps and pink crisps, would the girls eat only the pink ones and the boys only the blue?
Blue and pink aren’t innocent clichés – we hang our prejudices on them.
Pink is for girls, just like scented candles, crying, being caring, keeping a diary, having feelings and ponies.
Blue is for boys, just like cars, fighting, pay checks, overtime, rockets and blue puzzles.
For sure there are differences between boys and girls. But surely we attach way too much importance to them
Time to investigate.
Because the fight for equality has not yet been fought!
I mean, a pink biro writes as just as well as a blue one, right?
Armed with a bag of pink delights, we will hammer our way into an absurd universe where children (and adults too of course) are invited to rattle some stereotypes.
And if you’re sweet, maybe there will be some tasty treats at the end…. Crisps, maybe…
Cast: Liesje De Backer, Amber Goethals, Lotte Vaes and Sarah Vangeel
Director: Karolien De Bleser
Set Design: Michiel Van Cauwelaert
Costumes: Viv Van der Poel
Production: Leila Boukhalfa en Lisa Gunstone
Technical team: Saul Mombaerts, Jannes Dierynck, Jo Heijens, Hanne Nuyttens, Eva Dermul, Sarah Feyen
Graphic Design: Nick Mattan
Pictures: Franky Verdickt
A coproduction with Villanella, BRONKS, Het Laatste Bedrijf and with the support of the Flemish Government.
‘CRISPS FOR FREE’ was realized thanks to the Tax Shelter measure of the Belgian Federal Government. With the support of ARSENAAL/LAZARUS and Needcompany.
cie barbarie recieves structural support from the Commission of the Flemish Community