Immerse yourself in sustainability in our Theater, Dance and Film screenings
On this Cultural island you will find intimate spots where we will open your eyes to the need for a sustainable society through beautiful theater and dance performances, exhibitions and films.
LIFE IS SHORT.
BUY THAT DRESS
Life is short. Buy that dress is a visual dance theater performance about disposable clothing, about mememe! and overconsumption with a huge pile of textiles in the lead.
A story about the desire for beauty, seen and told through the clothes of this world.
The world is drowning in our clothes being thrown away.
A gigantic surplus of clothing comes to life in Life is short. Buy that dress.
It gets stacked, flies through the air, multiplies, gets organized,
stuffed into bags, torn, worn, idolized, donated and discarded.
And the woman herself does not come off unscathed ...
Choreography: Yvonne van den Akker
Dance: Kahrin Gramelsberger, Andrea Beugger, Ireen Kurvers, Rozemarijn de Neve,
Yvonne van den Akker, Kim Loing or Batja ten Kortenaar
Dramaturgy: Martijn Vorstenbosch
Sound: Jeffrey van Haarlem
by Directie & Co
Sunday September 19
Lucia Martha's Institute for Performing Arts
The 4 Elements
Lucia Martha's Institute for Performing Arts is bringing a special modern dance production for the Vibe of the Earth festival.
More information will follow soon!
Saturday September 18 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm
(Saturday and Sunday)
A wealthy couple moves close to your skin. The remains of their carefree life are in the next room.
Through a glass wall you see two garbage workers busy cleaning the waste ... until one of them decides to take the waste back into the living room.
As the performance progresses, the room for maneuver becomes smaller and smaller ...
Disposable World is an experience performance that confronts you in a special way with the theme of sustainability. You will be given a helmet, protective clothing and will enter an intimate space with 17 others.
choreography: Yuri Bongers and Anja Reinhardt
dance: Rex Clemensia, Andrea Beugger, Robin Berkelmans, Anja Reinhard
waste workers: Reinhard Voulon, Roel Sloot, Katja Grässli, Maarten Hutten