Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy music Micha Hamel, Willem van Merwijk adaptation Gerda Dendooven live painting Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer text and narration
Three wonderful stories, three extraordinary soloists. Flemish illustrator Gerda Dendooven who brings Ma mère l’Oye to life, live on stage. Image of legendary dancer Rudolf Nureyev in Vaclav Nijinski’s renowned choreography for L’apres-midi d’un faune from 1912. Writer Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer who tells a new story from the soldier from La boîte à joujoux. A performance in which image, music and words merge to create a wonderful story.