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Tue 21 – Wed 22 May

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Practical info

Tue 21 May | 20:30

TR25 Schouwburg - Grote Zaal

Wed 22 May | 20:30

TR25 Schouwburg - Grote Zaal

ATMEN

A connective trip to a hopeful future full of flora, fauna and fungi

Nicole Beutler Projects (NL)

In ATMEN/ evolution is silently unfolding, Nicole Beutler welcomes you to an undiscovered slice of the future. It is 2200: a pulsating, vibrating and breathing paradise in which nature has reclaimed its place. This part of the trilogy uses the theatre as an overgrown ruin in which bacteria, fungi, flora and fauna find fertile soil. It is a living space in which a collective transformation takes place. Together with hybrid creatures, you as an audience become part of this ecosystem.

ATMEN is the second part of the trilogy RITUALS OF TRANSFORMATION (towards a new humanity) and an experiment in speculative fiction. In the first part GINKGO or: 56 million years ago there were palm trees on the North Pole, we said goodbye to the world as it is made by humans. In ATMEN, Beutler and her team let nature catch its breath back and invite the audience into a future biotope where humans dwell in the shadows. During O. 2023, a work-in-progress of ATMEN could already be seen at O. Lab: ATMEN. Experience the full performance at O. 2024!

Impact programma
Prior to the performance ATMEN, Nicole Beutler Projects presents an impact programme of lectures, talks and encounters in which we take a deeper look at our relationship to the planet. From 19:00 – 20:15 at TR25 Schouwburg, free to attend with a ticket for ATMEN. 

With a panel discussion led by Angelika Geronymaki, poet, theatre-maker and education maker. Tuesday, 21 May panelists: Raymond Landegent of Groenemorgen and Eva Bes of Stadskwekerij de Kas. Wednesday 22 May panellists: Emile van Rinsum of DakAkker and Studio Inscape

“A crossover between performance, opera and dance that turns the theatre upside down. An exciting group of performers sing, dance and create an uncanny atmosphere. As an audience, expect an intense experience.” – Guy Coolen, artistic director O.

Duration performance

90 minutes

Location

TR25 Schouwburg - Grote Zaal

Standard price

€ 25.00

DAY TICKETS €35

Tickets

Tue 21 May | 20:30

TR25 Schouwburg - Grote Zaal

Wed 22 May | 20:30

TR25 Schouwburg - Grote Zaal

Practical info

DAY TICKETS €35

Duration performance

90 minutes

Location

TR25 Schouwburg - Grote Zaal

Standard price

€ 25.00

ATMEN

A connective trip to a hopeful future full of flora, fauna and fungi

Nicole Beutler Projects (NL)

In ATMEN/ evolution is silently unfolding, Nicole Beutler welcomes you to an undiscovered slice of the future. It is 2200: a pulsating, vibrating and breathing paradise in which nature has reclaimed its place. This part of the trilogy uses the theatre as an overgrown ruin in which bacteria, fungi, flora and fauna find fertile soil. It is a living space in which a collective transformation takes place. Together with hybrid creatures, you as an audience become part of this ecosystem.

ATMEN is the second part of the trilogy RITUALS OF TRANSFORMATION (towards a new humanity) and an experiment in speculative fiction. In the first part GINKGO or: 56 million years ago there were palm trees on the North Pole, we said goodbye to the world as it is made by humans. In ATMEN, Beutler and her team let nature catch its breath back and invite the audience into a future biotope where humans dwell in the shadows. During O. 2023, a work-in-progress of ATMEN could already be seen at O. Lab: ATMEN. Experience the full performance at O. 2024!

Impact programma
Prior to the performance ATMEN, Nicole Beutler Projects presents an impact programme of lectures, talks and encounters in which we take a deeper look at our relationship to the planet. From 19:00 – 20:15 at TR25 Schouwburg, free to attend with a ticket for ATMEN. 

With a panel discussion led by Angelika Geronymaki, poet, theatre-maker and education maker. Tuesday, 21 May panelists: Raymond Landegent of Groenemorgen and Eva Bes of Stadskwekerij de Kas. Wednesday 22 May panellists: Emile van Rinsum of DakAkker and Studio Inscape

“A crossover between performance, opera and dance that turns the theatre upside down. An exciting group of performers sing, dance and create an uncanny atmosphere. As an audience, expect an intense experience.” – Guy Coolen, artistic director O.

“The image of a cultural site taken over by nature is breathtaking.”

– Theaterkrant

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