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Drama in the Parktheater

  • Pow wow

    Thu 5 Oct ’23

    Pow wow questions how we, coming from different beliefs and traditions, care for our parents and the elderly (with dementia). What do we take for granted, and what do we experience as a task? Where do our beliefs clash, and what can we learn from each other? Theater company MINOUX invites you to a festive, cheerful and often moving encounter between different generations. Especially for this performance, MINOUX founded the Bende van Alzheimer: dancing  70-plussers who enjoy sharing their opinions and questions with the audience.

  • Lehman Trilogy

    Internationaal Theater Amsterdam
    Thu 12 Oct ’23
    Fri 13 Oct ’23

    In the middle of the 19th century, three Jewish brothers emigrate from Bavaria to America. Living in the deep south, they start a small fabrics shop. They get rich in the cotton trade. Their family business develops into a dizzying financial empire that is handed down from generation to generation and continues to grow. In 2008, it is jointly responsible for the financial and banking crisis. This is how Lehman Brothers self-destructs. Lehman Trilogy has made waves on the West End and Broadway in recent years. Directed by Guy Cassiers, Internationaal Theater Amsterdam is performing this unparalleled story spanning 150 years in Dutch for the first time.

  • Doe eens lief

    Maas Theater en Dans
    Sun 15 Oct ’23

    In Doe eens lief, we practice the art of being sweet. With few words and a lot of climbing, falling, drawing, arguing, dancing and colliding. 

  • ik

    Het Houten Huis & Nordland Visual Theater
    STROOM | KinderTheaterWeek
    Sun 15 Oct ’23

    I've been running into myself too often lately. This morning, I left home on time, but once outdoors, I turned out to be partially still in bed. When I came back in the evening, my left-behind-self had blockaded the door. Through the window, I saw him running through the house. Everything had been turned upside down. The emails from my computer were crammed into the refrigerator, my goldfish were swimming around the houseplants, and my dirty laundry was hanging to dry outside. I saw him quickly slip into a painting on the wall. Now, I'm hiding under the bedcovers, but I know he's watching me…

  • de bAAs

    de zAAk A
    try-out | KinderTheaterWeek
    Tue 17 Oct ’23

    The world-famous animal trainer Monica A. and her poodle DingDong are entering the arena for their act ‘Dingen met Ringen’. But when Monica gets mad at DingDong again and starts to act as the boss, the tables turn. This leads to a power struggle. First the musician, then a cop, and finally the entire audience is dragged into the question: who is in charge here? de bAAs humorously takes you into the world of philosophy. Classic philosophical questions and themes are translated in an accessible way via a disruptive theater experience.

  • FERM

    Sat 21 Oct ’23
    Sun 22 Oct ’23

    Ferm doet nooit iets half. Hij is zeg maar altijd een beetje… eh… veel. Hij heeft heel veel plannen en vindt het leuk om hele gevaarlijke dingen te doen, maar als iets niet lukt dan wordt Ferm ook wel heel boos. Te boos, want Ferm doet nooit iets half. En dan is iedereen ook boos terug en dan wordt Ferm heel stil. Op en dag, als Ferm weer eens te boos is geweest, ontdekt hij dat in een grote kist in de garage een ongevaarlijke Haai woont. Haai wordt een vriend die ziet dat Ferme niet boos is, maar boos heeft. Dat hij ook heel veel fantasie heeft en samen beleven ze een béétje grote avonturen.

  • thinX open avond: een blik in de toekomst

    Parktheater Eindhoven
    Tue 24 Oct ’23

    thinX bestaat 10 jaar en dat gaan we vieren in Pand P met een bijzondere open avond! Als Parktheater ondersteunen we al sinds 2012 jonge theatermakers. Vanavond laten een aantal nieuwe makers korte performances zien uit de projecten waar ze momenteel aan werken. 

  • Theaterversie van de Keti Koti Tafel

    Orkater in collaboration with the Keti Koti Table Foundation
    Onderdeel van de plantage van onze voorouders
    Fri 27 Oct ’23

    Orkater and the Keti Koti Tafel Foundation are offering fifty people the opportunity to take part in a theater version of the Keti Koti Tafel, prior to the performance De plantage van ons voorouders. Experience for yourself how a personal exchange between white people and people of color allows you to gain meaningful insights about the traces of the slavery past and how this is still felt today in the present. A conversation accompanied by light snacks and age-old songs and rituals, which also play an important role in the performance.

  • Vecht

    Maxine Palit de Jongh, Zephyr Brüggen, Nadia Amin | Likeminds
    Let's talk about Democracy
    Fri 3 Nov ’23
    Sat 4 Nov ’23

    What does it mean when you are stripped naked by the government? What does it mean if you always have to be wary of your last name, your origin, your dual nationality? Maxine Palit de Jongh wrote the poignant monologue Vecht based on the Dutch childcare benefits scandal. We witness the demise of Zafirah, a young spirited woman who works for the legal department of a government agency, who is raising two children, and who is crushed by the racist wheels of the government. Envelope after envelope arrives on her doormat in which Zafirah is labeled a fraudster.

  • The great i am not in the mood for this show

    Theater Artemis
    Sun 5 Nov ’23

    This wordless play for young children shows what happens when unsuspecting people are suddenly put in a literal spotlight. Right when they think they’re unobserved, they suddenly realize they’re front and center. You can’t run… you can’t hide, so you… put on a little show? But how!?

  • So Far So Good

    Wat we doen | Theater Rotterdam
    Let's talk about Democracy
    Thu 9 Nov ’23

    Night falls. We're in a shop. Outside on the street, turmoil is mounting. Are those young people hanging around out there? Is it a party, or will this be a flare-up of antisocial riots? And why are they there? 

  • Baba

    Willem Voogd & Evgenia Brendes
    Let's talk about Democracy
    Fri 10 Nov ’23

    In 1944, the Russian grandmother of actor Willem Voogd boarded a German train from Odessa in the former Soviet Union to the West, heading to see her love. After six months and through bombed railway lines, labor camps and illegal border crossings, she finally reaches her love in the Netherlands. In 2021, her grandson will make the same journey. Willem's journey previously resulted in the successful podcast Baba and is now being brought to the stage. Willem delves into his grandmother's history and discovers a completely different side of Baba than he initially knew.

  • De avond is ongemak

    Jip Smit & Imke Smit
    Thu 16 Nov ’23

    The oppressive story De avond is ongemak, based on the acclaimed debut by Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, is being shown in theaters for the first time. Through the eyes of youngest sister Jas, we see that a strict reformist farming family is disrupted by the sudden death of their son. Jas is slowly falling apart. Struggling with guilt, she has deeply touching conversations with her deceased brother. This theater adaptation is beautifully created by writer Jibbe Willems and director Nina Spijkers. A heartbreaking and moving performance about the most difficult subjects in life: death, grief and guilt.

  • Wie de fuck is Alice

    de Theatertroep
    Thu 16 Nov ’23

    In this screwballcomedy, we follow antihero Alice, a thirtysomething who is trying to survive in an increasingly success-oriented society. She is accompanied by her half-sister Lizzy on a slapstick hellish tour through modern-day Netherlands – a world populated by criminal barons, quacks, wappies, radio DJs and fascist pregnant women. Wie de fuck is Alice is a brand-new theatrical piece inspired by the strong female roles that typify the work of Greta Gerwig. Kyrian Esser wrote the comedy especially for the six Theatertroep actors.

  • Wat mijn man niet weet

    Victoria Koblenko, Emma Linssen & Birgit Schuurman
    Wed 22 Nov ’23

    A mysterious and exciting comedy starring Victoria Koblenko, Puck Pomelien Busser and Birgit Schuurman. Three childhood friends lose touch, but many years later they find each other again. Many questions from the past and present need to be answered. What exactly happened all those years ago? Do we still want to share our secrets with each other? Can everyone be trusted, or should we keep secrets from each other? And was that accident really an accident? A recognizable, humorous performance about friendship, loyalty and infidelity.

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