|Authors & performers||David Eisele, Kolja Huneck, Michael Zandl|
HomegrownFrom the soil of The Hague! We love to showcase the creative talent the 'city of the stork' has to offer.
Changing SpacesWhat if a performance does not stop at the walls of the auditorium? Your view of the traditional 'black box' is guaranteed to be tilted.
Craftsmanship confronting circus
In Sawdust Symphony Michael Zandl, David Eisele and Kolja Huneck combine their passion for crafting, object manipulation and the smell of fresh wood.
In a society where craftsmanship seems to be disappearing, this contemporary circus performance talks about the human desire to create: the process from vision to construction, the tragedy of work and the relationship between tools and humans. Three obsessed characters discover and transform their space and themselves to take the spectator into a unique DIY experience.
Sawdust Symphony is an intense dialogue between satisfaction, frustration and the smell of gasoline.
|Authors and performers||David Eisele, Kolja Huneck, Michael Zandl|
|Artistic advice||Lucho Smit, Darragh McLoughlin|
|Sound design||Juliano Abramovay, Lasse Munk|
|Light design||Sanne Rosbag|
|Stage design and special effects||Philipp Dünnwald, Michael Zandl|
|Technicians||Wilbert van den Boogert, Roland Kumpl|
|Co-produced by||Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof - Theater op de Markt, Le Palc - Pôle national cirque - Châlons-en-Champagne|
|Partners/Residencies||Latitude 50 - Pôle des arts du cirque et de la rue, Werkplaats Diepenheim, Dynamo - Workspace for circus and performing arts, La Transverse - Scène Ouverte aux Arts Publics, Gutsverwaltung Fischhorn, TENT|
|With the support of||Dutch Ministry of Culture, Municipality of The Hague (NL), Federal Chancellery Republic of Austria|
|Special thanks to||Christine & Josef Zandl, Batist van Baekel, Daniel Beiter, Birgit Haberkamp|
"The piece Sawdust Symphony is a sublime example of how expressive, enchanting and meaningful contemporary circus theatre can be."
— Annette Embrechts (Volkskrant)