De kunst van het sterven

PR beeld De kunst van het sterven

”I’m going to die soon” were among the final scripted words of actor Mahmud al-Sawalka who died in real life while filming a death scene. A remarkable incident that inspired us (actor&theatermaker Bert Hana and me) to reserach the art of acting and the art of the death scene, by the programme De Kunst van het Sterven. Ten great actors will perform live their favorite death scenes from general theater history. Saturday septembre 13th, at the mainstage of Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, part of the Dutch Theater Festival 2014.

Nederlands Theater Festival 2014

Nederlands-Theater-Festival-2014The season’s top drama performances, which the jury panel and the audiences felt shouldn’t be missed, will be staged one last time at the Dutch Theatre Festival in Amsterdam. From September 4-14 2014, the theatres on and around the Leidseplein in Amsterdam will celebrate the stage during the Dutch Theatre Festival.

Together with Patrick van der Hijden I will host TF Talks: live interviews with directors and actors of the selected performances. Also I feel honored to moderate the Erik Vos Award and announce the preview of the new documentary ‘De dingen die voorbij gaan’, followed by a Q7A with director Michiel van Erp.

 

FestivalFM at Over het IJ Festival 2014

FestivalFM: a portrait of a festival.

Details: Over het IJ Festival, July 3-13th. Every day a live radioshow from the heart of the festival. Interviews with directors, actors and writers, live music, lively reports and unique items round&about the festival and city of Amsterdam. Broadcasted at AmsterdamFM (ether 106.8, cabel 103.3)

In cooperation with reporters Beitske de Jong, Jasmijn Alkemade, Bert Hana and Freek Vielen. Many thanks to Pieter de Jonge, Nico/Silent Disco and AmsterdamFM !

2013-07-07 18.44.55 René den Engelsman en Moon Saris(picture by René den Engelsman en Moon Saris)

Fair Fashion Lab

Every day some 30 million people around the world are exploited so that we can wear clothes. The exhibition Fair Fashion Lab – by/at Humanity House – presents six striking approaches that demonstrate the power of design, art and technology in the search for unusual and surprising solutions to problems in the clothing industry. In addition, Humanity House wants to engage in dialogue with the clothing industry and with exhibition visitors. Therefore I will develop some public activities. Also scheduled is a Fair Fashion Festival. More information about the programmes and festival will follow very soon.

 

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