Posts Categorized: Theater

Seen Live: Acda en De Munnik

Last wednesday, I had a day off from painting my new apartment, as I had a ticket to see Acda en De Munnik‘s latest show, ‘t Heerst. And while I enjoyed the evening, I’m still not quite sure what to think of it. Musically it was as good as ever, but the bits in between… Read more »

De beer die geen beer was

In 1946 schreef Frank Tashlin The Bear That Wasn’t, en daarin gebeurt zo ongeveer het volgende: Lang geleden, om precies te zijn op een dinsdag, begon de Beer aan zijn winterslaap. Toen hij in de lente weer wakker werd, was er een grote fabriek over de grot waarin hij wintersliep gebouwd. En toen begon de… Read more »

Vampyyrien Tansi

Last year I found out that my favorite kind of vampires—the not-sparkling, dancing, musical kind—would be visiting a town called Seinäjoki, Finland. So I did what any sane person should do: I got busy and started making plans. Eventually other people were convinced that going would be a good idea, so a date was picked,… Read more »

100 Things: See a play by Shakespeare

Seeing one of Shakespeare’s plays performed live is on my list of 100 things to do just for the hell of it. Yesterday I saw Orkater’s adaptation of Richard III starring Gijs Scholten van Aschat at the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, so that’s another one down. Apart from my seat — there is no legroom on the… Read more »