While the boys of 155 (one-five-five) can barely tie their own shoelaces, everyone around them is having children. And then, the pressure to grow up suddenly becomes monumental.
You can't keep laughing at pee-pee and poo-poo jokes, or keep breaking things, or keep hanging around aimlessly doing nothing (right?). High time for 155 to produce something for an audience who will still laugh at their humor… before it's too late. These boys are so infantile that even 6-year-olds are like, 'jeez, they're really childish'. In this silly show, they will resist growing up and flout all the adult rules.
About 155 155 (one five five) is a creative dance collective brought together by an almost childishly open vision towards dance, physical comedy, novelty, film, music and bizarre humor. With this unique mix of disciplines, they have been creating medium and large hall performances, acts, skits and films since 2012. In recent years, the collective has developed into a company with a reputation both at home and abroad. In 2014, 155 won the André Gingras Award at the Holland Dance Festival, in 2018 the prize of the Dutch Dance Days Young Audience and in 2019 a Zilveren Krekel with Motors. Their performance Stuk (2020) was called 'one of the five best dance performances of 2020' by NRC, and Controle was labeled the best dance performance of 2022 by NRC.