XL
  • Place KVS BOX, Brussel, BE
  • Length'60
  • Languagelanguage no problem/taal geen probleem/langue pas de problème
  • CommentXL= suitable for the age of 12 years and over

Due to a serious back injury sustained by one of the actors, We might as well fail will be replaced by Chicks for money and nothing for free, also by het KIP !!

Read there personal letter to BRONKS & the audience:

Ghent, 4th November 2016

Dear Spectator,

The performance We might as well fail is about setbacks, both mental and physical, and how to deal with them.
However, a serious back injury suffered by one of the actors has brought the performance to a halt and this too can be called a setback.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the production there is no way we can replace the actor at short notice. Consequently, much as we would like to, we are unable to stage the work.
Yet another serious setback.

 

However, giving up is not in our blood and we really want to perform for you.
Eight months ago, and following a tour lasting four years, we stored the movement performance Chicks for money and nothing for free, in the depths of our set and costume storage depot. To be honest we miss it tremendously. This setback therefore seemed to present us with a perfect opportunity to restage Chicks for money and nothing for free once again. So yesterday morning we sent a technical team into the dark corridors and rooms of our depot, and towards evening most of them reappeared with lots of dust in their hair and very good news. They had managed to retrieve the decor and costumes for Chicks for money and nothing for free. Which means we can revive it.

Even though we were looking forward to performing We might as well fail at the EXPORT/IMPORT FESTIVAL, we are convinced that Chicks for money and nothing for free is an excellent alternative. In any case, we are really looking forward to it. We’ll stop bothering you now as we have to rehearse.

Hope to see you on 11th November.

 

Kind regards and sincere apologies on behalf of the KIP.

 

 

 

"A marvellous performance that exudes lunacy and dumps unpleasantness."

Els Van Steenberghe / Focus Knack

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