In the middle of a blue field with fair-weather clouds, there’s a … well, what is it actually? Because no one knows what it is, we call it a bed, a mountain, a flat or anything else we think of. A man and a woman appear. Like the fluttering of a butterfly, the stories delicately emerges.
In an intimate environment, de Stilte treats young and old to an imaginative story: A tiny universe with dew, sun, wind, rain and snow is brought to life. The boundaries between audience and dancers gradually become blurred.
‘Light and playfull (…) The sympathetic part about the approach of choreographers Jack Timmermans and Jack Gallagher is they don’t overly explain what’s going on and rightly presume young kids can handle various forms of abstraction.’ – Theaterkrant
“I really enjoyed it that I could imagine all sorts of things during the performance .” – Luca (9 years)