Every Brilliant Thing
Tue 1 Dec ’2020:00 - 21:15Hertog Jan Zaal
Wed 2 Dec ’2020:00 - 21:15Hertog Jan Zaal
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As he gets older, goes to college, and falls in love, the list grows to eventually include a million things. Increasingly, it ends up being a lifeline for him as well as he grows up.
The young English playwright Duncan Macmillan wrote this heartbreaking and simultaneously hilarious monologue. Every Brilliant Thing is heart-warming, humorous and hopeful, played closely to and with the audience.
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script Duncan Macmillan / created by Erik Whien, Casper Vandeputte, Tamar van den Dop (plays December 1) and Bram Suijker (plays December 2) with reservation / translation Sanne Parlevliet
Erik Whien is a Dutch director. He studied at the Maastricht Theater Academy. After graduating, he worked as a director at Toneelschuur Producties and as an actor at Toneelgroep Oostpool. Eindspel of his hand, played Theater Rotterdam was shown in Parktheater Eindhoven last season.
Tamar van den Dop
Tamar van den Dop has been part of Het Nationale Theater since 2016. She was born on February 8, 1970 in Amsterdam. In 1993 the actress, director and screenwriter graduated from the Maastricht Theater Academy.
Bram Suijker has been a permanent part of Het Nationale Theater since 2016. He was born and raised in Nijmegen and lives in Amsterdam. After high school he was accepted at the Maastricht Theater Academy, where he graduated in 2013.
Duncan Macmillan (1980) is an English playwright and director. He is most noted for his plays Lungs, People, Places and Things, Every Brilliant Thing and the stage adaptation of the George Orwell novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.