Sat 26 Mar ’2220:00 - 21:30Philipszaal
According to research by the American doctor MacDougall, the human soul would weigh 21.3 grams. I find this too little. Some question his research. I find that logical. His research was conducted at the beginning of the 20th century and has never since been repeated. I understand why. Nevertheless, I want to talk to you about the soul… whatever it is.
Go out on a beautiful summer evening, it can also be a winter evening, as long as you are standing outside, and look at the starry sky. Then you know instantly; we don't matter at all. Whether we are here or not is irrelevant. And if we don't matter, there's only one thing left for us to do. Pretend. Pretend we matter. And we call that game life. With that soul of ours. And the beauty of pretending is that anything is possible. We can design the game all by ourselves, the rules, the reward, the beginning and the end.
So, I'm going to present that to you in a very humorous way. Because that's what you're used to from me, and I enjoy it.
So welcome to my main attraction. Lebbis plays De Ziel.