Tue 26 Nov ’1920:30Pand P Grote Zaal
In Man Down, the actors fight with their emotions in an enclosed space, show the vulnerability of man, and overcome their fears. They literally and figuratively step out of their comfort zones. The audience is shown the true man without the illusions, stereotypes and prejudices of society.
Man Down is a confrontational performance about man, made by a female director, Priscilla Vaudelle. Priscilla's curiosity about man was triggered by the different men in her life: her grandfather, her father, her brother, her husband and her (then) future son. This resulted in an honest piece where she and the actors worked together to portray a diverse, but above all, realistic image of man. The piece is based on the stories and experiences of eight LostProject men.
- € 25 in combination with Role Model
- Location: Pand P (Leenderweg 65)
- Excl. free drink
featuring Tim van den Heuvel, Erwin Kiene, Guilermo Hamel, Robbie Wallin, Ziggy Knel, Joshua Sabajo, Ryan Pinas, Arman Tarhan / director Priscilla Vaudelle
LostProject creates performances with a group of actors who are representative of the city of Amsterdam. Under the direction of Priscilla Vaudelle and Tim van den Heuvel, they make performances about gender, men’s and women's roles, cultural identity, interculturality, politics and more.