Wed 20 Nov ’1920:30 - 22:30Philipszaal
Two theater makers sing the spirit of the times, searched for the best location for it, and ended up at the Parktheater. The ultimate metaphor for what they want to show: a (too) large Philipszaal for two stressed-out young theater makers who are putting on a brave face.
Just as the economy must continue to grow, so must careers in the theater. Exponential growth is the norm, stagnation is death. Or at least oblivion... The two young theater makers Benjamin Moen (BOG.) and Yannick Noomen (Nineties Productions) got their inspiration during a city trip while singing Under Pressure in a karaoke bar. A year and a half later, their performance is the stress-inducing result.
- Host De Lange Tafel: Marlies
concept and acting Benjamin Moen and Yannick Noomen / director Vincent Rietveld / dramaturgy Rose Euwe