Uit het hoofd

Uit het hoofd
05 Jun '22 to 06 Jun '22
Kik Productions / Aat Ceelen
1+ rank € 40.5 / 1st rank € 37.5 / 2nd rank € 35 / 3rd rank € 30 / 4th rank € 21.5 / 5th rank 10

Uit Het Hoofd is a performance about a life that resembles that of Loes Luca. Coincidentally, the same Loes Luca plays an actress who considers her life. She is assisted by a young actress who plays her prompter and is therefore called Oortje (Little ear).

Start time: 8 p.m., matinee 3.30 p.m.
Duration: tba
Location: Grote Zaal 
Language: Dutch

A child lives with her 22-year-old father “who has something wrong with him” and her 19-year-old mother “who can't help it either” in the back room of grandma in post-war Rotterdam.

When the child was six weeks old, her father drew a moustache on her face, which made the family laugh. The baby thought, oh, they're laughing. Then it is already determined. I'm going to be an artist. Well, go on then.

-|-UitHet Hoofd is a performance about a life that resembles that of Loes Luca. Coincidentally, the same Loes Luca plays an actress who considers her life. She is assisted by a young actress who plays her prompter and is therefore called Oortje (Little ear).

In UitHet Hoofd an actress does not look for an answer to the question: who am I, but she gets that answer anyway.

Credits

an actress Loes Luca
Little ear Kaatje Kooij
text Maria Goos
direction Aat Ceelen
lighting and technical design Bas Standaar
set/stage design Ben Zuydwijk
costume Carin Eilers
hair by Atelier Sjoerd Didden

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