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A very warm welcome to our non-Dutch speaking guests!

Theaterfestival Boulevard ’s-Hertogenbosch is about to have its kick-off in just a few days! From 3 – 13 August, the city is ours, with lots of exciting (outdoor) venues, traditional theatre halls, a big festival square and a special place where you can meet (emerging) artists, professionals and other visitors! Part of the work presented is without text, or with subtitles, so accessible by non-Dutch natives.

01 August 2017

We are excited to inform you about this years’ programme, and give you more information on our programme for non-Dutch speaking guest during the festival. Below you find some highlights (language no problem) you might be interested in! You can find all the plays and activities suitable for you here. Just click ACCESSABILITY and choose Language no problem.

Must-sees (according to us)
Theaterfestival Boulevard presents visual, sensible and staggering theatre that enters the heart and causes full surrender. We have a few of performances listed down below as tips.
 
Highlights theatre
Kornél Mundruczó - Imitation of Life
Kalakuta Republik - Faso Danse Theatre/ Serge Aimee Coulibaly
Schweigman - For The Time Being
Fabrice Murgia/ Theatre National - Black Clouds
 
Highlights dance
Stabat Mater - Melanie Demers, Hilde Elbers and Yoko Higashino
Katja Heitmann - Pandora's DropBox
United Cowboys - Match
Igor and Moreno - A Room For All Our Tomorrows
 
Highlights youth programme
Spirelli | FroeFroe - MaiTé, het meisje en de vogel (MaiTé, the girl and the bird)
Kabinet K - horses (8+)
Schippers&VanGucht - Buiten Dienst (7+)
Plunge Boom - Vegetable Nannies
 
Highlights hybrid / multidisciplinary / performance
Dries Verhoeven - Phobiarama
Ontroerend Goed - Are we not drawn onward to new erA
Katja Heitmann - Pandora's DropBox
Wild Vlees - An incomplete life / Apocalypse: The second horse

See you at Theaterfestival Boulevard!

About our festival
Theaterfestival Boulevard offers high quality, contemporary and experimental, domestic and international, productions. Sustainable partnerships have been established with artists from The Netherlands as well as Flanders (northern part of Belgium) and some are co-produced by the festival. In addition to this, interesting international work is selected to function as a framework from which the dialogue with other productions from the Low Countries of both established and rather emerging artists can start. Part of the work presented is without text, or with subtitles, so accessible by non-Dutch natives. You can find information regarding the accessibility on our website.
A very warm welcome to our non-Dutch speaking guests!
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