|Date:||29 April – 11 May, Tuesday-Saturday: 20h; Sunday: 17h|
|A play written and staged by François Rochaix, with Daniel Ludwig as Vesalius.In 1564, the anatomist Andreas Vesalius spends a last night in Venice before boarding ship for a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. A night during which he confides to his landlady.The state of medicine in the Renaissance and the pioneering role of Vesalius is presented in a light-hearted way. The performances are followed by a debate conducted by a anatomist or medical imaging specialist.
The play complements the exhibition “Anatomy – From Vesalius to the virtual” (Musée de la Main until 17 August).