In 2018 Marijs Boulogne is continuing to work on several crocheted bodies, representing different nervous systems, for a new performance in 2019. She is collaborating with Ik Zeg Adieu (IZA), a Brussels polyphonic vocal ensemble of musicians and performers, where she directed the musical comedy Midsummer Daydream .
In September 2017, Marijs Boulogne joined the wrestling school LMC (Club Lady Man Catch), the eldest wrestling school for Ladies in Belgium, since 1978. Her coach Pietro Badiali was wrestling over 40 years as Pythonman and Burd Jenkins, and her trainer is Jossy Steffy, wrestling over 40 years, as La veuve Noir (Black Widow).
Grounds for Possible Music (Edited by Julia Eckhardt) - NEW publication on music in relation to gender, voice, language, and identity. With contributions by AGF aka Antye Greie, Andrea Parkins, Aurélie Lierman, Bonnie Jones, Cathy Lane, Electric Indigo aka Susanne Kirchmayr, Felicity Ford, Heimo Lattner, Jaume Ferrete Vázquez, Judith Laub, Julia Eckhardt, Marc Matter, Marijs Boulogne, Marion Wasserbauer, Myriam Van Imschoot, pali meursault, Peter Westenberg, Richard Scott, Romy Rüegger, Susan McClary, Suzanne Thorpe.
Marijs Boulogne created a cross-over between opera and wrestling in collaboration with WAC (Wrestling Alliance Company); LMC (Lady Man Catch); BYWS (Brussels Young Wrestling Style); CWA (Cobra Wrestling Association). Performed by: MC Hades : Sonya Henderson; Orfeus: Reno Raiden; Euridice: Julie Skrbe-Gilliotta; Majnun: Jonathan La Terreur; Layla: Marijs Boulogne; Aristaios: Antonio Gilliotta; The Snake: Kurt Clauw; The children of Orpheus and Eurydice: Lorna Gilliotta and Alundra Gilliotta; Demons: Benjamin Sainte-Marie, Kevin Rahino, Corentin Jacquet, Mother of Layla: Jossy Steffy, Father of Layla: Pietro Badiali