“C’est du Chinois” by Edit Kaldor at the Under the Radar Festival in New York during APAP

Netherlands-based Hungarian director Edit Kaldor is recognized internationally as a unique voice in the contemporary theater landscape for her work that mixes documentary and fictional elements, including One Hour (2012), WORK (2011), Point Blank (2007). In her work she mixes documentary and fictional elements and often works with nonprofessional actors. Her performances tend to integrate the use of various digital …

Leonard Nimoy’s theatre work, Vincent, about Vincent Van Gogh, on view in New York

Symphony Space – New York, NYLeonard Nimoy’s critically acclaimed drama begins a few short days after the death of the Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh, as rumors of his death are flying around Paris. As many dismiss the artist as a penniless madman, a frequenter of prostitutes, and a soon to be forgotten artist of trifling quality who took his …

Dutch stand-up comedian Micha Wertheim performs at The Netherland Club of New York

The Netherland Club of New York – New York, NYAt the end of May Dutch stand-up comedian Micha Wertheim will return to New York to perform at The Netherland Club of New York. After finishing his MA in Cultural Sciences Micha Wertheim moved to Amsterdam and started working as a freelance radio producer, writer and comedian. He became a member …

“Bluebeard” by 33 1/3 Collective at the Prototype Festival in New York during APAP

33 ? collective is a collaboration of Dutch artists Douwe Dijkstra, Jules van Hulst and Coen Huisman. In the form of multimedia environments and performances they create images, atmospheres and theatrical scenes. Their approach is to visualize virtual, multilayered and mysterious spaces that change constantly, primarily using projections to tell their story. PROTOTYPE: Opera/Theatre/Now is a new annual festival of …

De Stilte & Etienne Borgers at the IPAY Showcase in Philadelphia

De Stilte & Etienne Borgers are featured at this year’s IPAY Showcase in Philadelphia. The International Performing Arts for Youth annual showcase brings together youth theater professionals and presenters of theater for young audiences. Besides the two productions there is also a small delegation of youth theater makers and supporting organizations from the Netherlands present at the four day Showcase. …

Theater Company Dood Paard with three productions at LaMama in New York City

Dutch theater company Dood Paard is back in town. After their performance of REIGEN ad lib at the Guggenheim Museum last year, they will take residency for two weeks in November/December at LaMama theater in New York City. They will perform in Rep their productions Freetown, Othello Bye Bye and Answer Me (the latter two part of the Stock Xenophobia …

Toneelgroep Amsterdam with “Roman Tragedies” at BAM in Brooklyn, NY

Toneelgroep Amsterdam presents contemporary theatre of an international standard produced from its home base, the Amsterdam Stadsschouwburg. As the Netherlands’ largest repertory company, it holds a prominent place in the Dutch capital’s international cultural scene. With an annual average of 20 plays and performing a total of over 350 performances, the company entertains audiences of 100,000 each year. Roman Tragedies …

Co-production Speeltheater Holland & Childsplay Arizona “ROCK PAPER SCISSORS (STEEN PAPIER SCHAAR)” in Tempe, AZ

This co-production between Speeltheater Holland and Childsplay Arizona has had a successful tour in the Netherlands in 2010-2011 and will now be presented at the home stage of Childsplay Arizona. The adventures of Ollie and Yuki bring together two complete opposites in this hysterical confrontation of old versus new. Their two worlds collide, as Yuki’s high-voltage antics disturb the quiet …

Wunderbaum with “Songs at the End of the World” at the REDCAT in Los Angeles and the Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX

Explosively inventive Dutch theater ensemble Wunderbaum merges with rock trio Touki Delphine to create a theatrical superband in this absurdly fantastical concert event inspired in part by imagery from Werner Herzog’s Antarctica documentary Encounters at the End of the World. In oversized snowsuits and a variety of more fanciful costumes, six performers present a funny and rhythmic song-cycle based on …