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TAKE CARE - Jonge Harten

TAKE CARE

De Noorderlingen & Teddy's Last Ride

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    Imaginative

A play about 10 people, 10 pieces to the puzzle, and one bigger picture

A chaotic clash of people
Trying to fit in the world around them:
How must they act?
How must they move?
When will they stop, and stand still.
From the eye of the storm one can only watch,
So proceed with care:
It will all make sense in the end, here.

Young dancers, actors, and musicians from both Teddy’s Last Ride and De Noorderlingen, combine their creative mission to build a new theatrical dance performance, Take Care: a coproduction between the two companies and the Jonge Harten Theaterfestival.

Direction Lotte Lohrengel Play Just van Bommel, Koen ter Braak, Nina Wilson, Tijmen Dietvorst, Annemarije Zoer, Tobias Loeff, Andy Smart, Milan Schudel, Agnese Fiocchi, Manuel Paolini Technique and design Herman van Keulen Costumes Freja Roelofs Photo Koen ter Braak & Boris Stokman Advice Angela Herenda from Club Guy and Roni and Merel Heering from Jonge Harten

Festival heart

This year the heart of our festival is located at Oosterstraat 7A, behind the Grand Theatre (in the back of the alley). It is both the heart of the festival, as well as its central meeting point. You can either drop by for a chat, for a dance or a drink. For inquiries, you can turn to our information point that is also located here. You can also purchase tickets here. All very convenient!

The café will open its doors every day at 5 pm, and at 3 pm in the weekend. You can enjoy a festival menu here between 5 and 8 pm.

Stop by for some coffee or a drink!

Jonge Harten presents theatre makers who aren’t just good, but often young and unknown.

That is why there is a viewing guide to help you make a fitting choice from our extensive programme.

But pay mind: the viewing guide doesn’t deal in absolute truths. It doesn’t say that a performance is funny. Because how you experience a performance is a subjective thing and what you find funny, someone else might find tragic. That’s (and maybe also to safeguard ourselves a little bit) why you should take the viewing guide with a pinch of salt and use the viewing guide to get an idea of what possible effects the performance may have on you. We have identified four of these effects and each performance is marked with the icon of the effect we think will be the most fitting. And sometimes a second, as a side-effect.

Emotional

Performances with the heart, of course, are our favourites. They can seize you by the throat. Afterwards, there is a good chance of some added ‘joy du vivre’ and/or a melancholy aftertaste.

Imaginative

Performances with the cloud aren’t easily grasped. They tickle your imagination, they speak to unexplored parts of your brain and make you look at the world in a whole new way.

Insightfull

The performances with the lightbulb are the most concrete of the festival. You can find some new insights into the inner workings of people and the world.

Laughter

This one speaks for itself. Attention: there is a possibility of anything in between a chuckle and screaming with laughter.

Kom je er toch nog niet helemaal uit? Geen nood: stuur een mailtje naar info@jongeharten.nl en vraag om nadere toelichting. Vermeld de titel van de voorstelling en waar je graag meer duidelijkheid over wilt hebben (is dit iets om met mijn vriend/vriendin naartoe te gaan? het is misschien wel grappig maar toch niet vulgair? dat soort vragen). De programmeurs van het festival geven je dan persoonlijk het verlossende antwoord!