Targ Rybny, Świętojańska, Szeroka, Św. Ducha
"The Lunatics" adventure began in 1994. Three students met while working as doormen for the theatre / hall of mirrors "La Luna" at the festival De Boulevard in Den Bosch. They decided to form a troupe of their own. Now, ten years later, "The Lunatics" has evolved into a theatre company that stages open air spectacles at festivals in the Netherlands and elsewhere. During the International Street and Open Air Theatre Festival in Holminden (Germany) The Lunatics "www.sandman.nl" won the first prize for: " its poetry, its humour, its beauty and its ability to realize a dream world with very powerful performances by the three actors. Their technical expertise and their ability to command a big space are truly remarkable..." They are inspired by a pantomime theatre, where emotions are expressed with the help of simple gestures and mimics of the face. The Lunatics manage to join their artistic vision with pantomime, parody, humour and both touching and sad metaphore. "Wandermen" Concept: Eric Bakker, Director: Arie Peterse, Decoration: Paul Keijzer, Albert Tedden , Eric Bakker, Sound/ Music: Ton van Erpen, Costumes and Puppets: Bri Manuel Actors: Eric Bakker, Arie Peterse, Ton van Erp, Rutger Buiter The spectacle "Wandermen" was inspired by The Lunatics' observations of different cultures during a number of trips in Europe, South America and Africa. This non-verbal street performance wanders through the city and stops at special places. It is about three fearless nomads with too many babies to take care of. A 4 meter high, "driving Ferris wheel construction" suddenly enters the city. This impressive, weird procession is led by the rhythm of the wheel in which the babies sleep quietly. As soon as the wheel stops turning, the little ones start screaming for more movement, but the men have to go to work. They mark the place with signs and sounds to define their territory and the road for their children. In case they ever want to return to this place....
czwartek, Lipiec 15, 2004 - 17:00
czwartek, Lipiec 15, 2004 - 22:00
piątek, Lipiec 16, 2004 - 16:00
piątek, Lipiec 16, 2004 - 22:00