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My lame comedy

My lame comedy for four people, a handful of staff and a table that doesn't become available

“We wouldn't talk about the caravan, not as long as we weren't sitting at the table.”

Gwen, Dennis, Louis and Don meet at a restaurant.

Two exes and their new partners.

In this dryly funny tragicomedy, 'the real conversation' is avoided in every possible way and every comment is a lightning rod.

Koos' notice period

"I said you could come, but don't come."

Kitty, Koos, Ronald, Emiel and Marko already have one foot in the weekend. They end their working week with a good old fashioned Friday afternoon drink. With Karaoke. But the evening takes an unexpected turn when the colleagues find out something: someone has to leave. Or not? I think so. But isn't that what HR is about? No, but yes, suppose…

A dryly funny tragicomedy about colleagues and Cito scores, about your hunter-gatherer instinct and exclusion. How do you relate to the people you do not choose, but see every working day?

credits My Silly Comedy:

From and with Trix van Erkel | From and with Jelle Huizinga | From and with Jan Groenland |

From and with Léon de Vrede | By and with David Westera | Directed by Nanine Maria Kok |

Text Magne van den Berg |With support from The Prince Bernhard Cultural Fund|

Co-production: Theater Festival de Parade

credits Koos:

Text - Trix van Erkel, Nanine Maria Kok and David Westera | Director - Nanine Maria Kok | Game - Trix van Erkel, Jelle Huizinga, Jan Groenland, Léon de Vrede and David Westera | Scenography - Jan Groenland and Léon de Vrede Music - Jelle Huizinga

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Datum Tijd Locatie Ticketlink
Sat 9 Nov 20:30 - 22:30 Workshop Valhalla Buy tickets

Saturday 9 November

20:30 - 22:30
From € 17,50
Workshop Valhalla -  Tolhuisstraat 105, Feijenoord
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