Der Tag, an dem der Papagei selbst etwas zu sagen hatte - Theater Artemis, Den Bosch (NL), photo: Kurt van der Elst
Der Tag, an dem der Papagei selbst etwas zu sagen hatte - Theater Artemis, Den Bosch (NL), photo: Kurt van der Elst
 

The day the parrot had something to say for himself


Gripping theatre for teens about the search for one’s own identity

This is what growing up feels like: torn between panic and gleeful rebellion. Dancing, crying, rampaging from one minute to the next and then suddenly going into total retreat. Look at me: I’m invisible! Most of all, we talk and talk – but usually say little more than what was just said before. Finally, we just quietly mumble to ourselves what we didn’t dare say all along. What should we do, when we are ashamed of our own words, but want to express ourselves nevertheless?

Director Jetse Batelaan and his Theater Artemis are internationally celebrated experts for young audiences. With the help of a special guest and everyone present, they unleash an absurd and funny play with words and talk on the subject of personal identity and the courage of all those, who know how difficult it is to find.

Theater Artemis / Jetse Batelaan, Den Bosch (NL)

SPECIAL GUEST: Nico Laska
PERFORMANCE: Sieger Baljon, Marijn Brussaard, Esther Snelder
DIRECTOR: Jetse Batelaan
SCENOGRAPHY: Theun Mosk
COSTUMES: Liesbet Swings


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Dates + Tickets


Eintrittskarten erhalten Sie direkt bei den jeweiligen Veranstalter*innen. Die Kontaktdaten finden Sie beim Klick auf die Spielstätte.


 HIDE  |  SHOW ONLY 
 HIDE  |  SHOW ONLY 

Wed 15.3.  11:00h + 19:00h

Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt a. M.


Age 14+ About 100 min


in english and german language


 

The day the parrot had something to say for himself

14+

14+

in english and german language


About 100 min


Eintrittskarten erhalten Sie direkt bei den jeweiligen Veranstalter*innen. Die Kontaktdaten finden Sie beim Klick auf die Spielstätte.


Wed 15.03.  11:00h + 19:00h

Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt a. M.


Gripping theatre for teens about the search for one’s own identity

This is what growing up feels like: torn between panic and gleeful rebellion. Dancing, crying, rampaging from one minute to the next and then suddenly going into total retreat. Look at me: I’m invisible! Most of all, we talk and talk – but usually say little more than what was just said before. Finally, we just quietly mumble to ourselves what we didn’t dare say all along. What should we do, when we are ashamed of our own words, but want to express ourselves nevertheless?

Director Jetse Batelaan and his Theater Artemis are internationally celebrated experts for young audiences. With the help of a special guest and everyone present, they unleash an absurd and funny play with words and talk on the subject of personal identity and the courage of all those, who know how difficult it is to find.

Theater Artemis / Jetse Batelaan, Den Bosch (NL)

SPECIAL GUEST: Nico Laska
PERFORMANCE: Sieger Baljon, Marijn Brussaard, Esther Snelder
DIRECTOR: Jetse Batelaan
SCENOGRAPHY: Theun Mosk
COSTUMES: Liesbet Swings