A captivating show about the road to adulthood.
The fumbling is as appealing as it is volatile. But most importantly, it has an uneasy vulnerability, like in the touching scene in which Sieger Baljon tries to tell his opponent how he is really doing, having dressed down to his birthday suit.
I left the theatre with a deep-felt sense of happiness. Another sure-fire hit from Batelaan, was my immediate thought.
A striking portrait of the insecure, searching adolescent who wants to speak out but doesn’t know where to start or how
The day the parrot had something to say for himself is a completely unique entity: a show about repetition that is nothing like any other show, let alone a repetition of other shows.