Bill Bower returns to The Hague
Stories come to life in sound and silence.Mr Bowers at his best in both word and action -
DATE TIME VENUE
Friday 27 March - 20.30
Pre-performance mime-workshop 19.30 - 20.00 How to climb that wall? (reservation needed)
Korte Voorhout 3
2511 CW The Hague
How to get there? click here..
TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
Full Price € 22,50
Student/CJP € 10,00
Under 26 / Uitpas € 21,00
Pre performance workshop: Donate what you like on the night (please reserve your seat)
ONLINE STET Ticketshop or T 06 300 500 18
STET Education has worked with Bill Bowers in the past and to great success. He has since been an artist in residence in the The Hague International School as well as at the American School in the Hague.
Bill Bowers is again available in this period to come to your school or work with your group. For more information on his workshop, click here...
Bill Bowers has become a regular in The Hague, having performed to sold out houses in 2013 and 2014. He has also been an artist in residence in both the International School and the American School of The Hague. This performance is for all who missed him before or like to revisit his stories!
BEYOND WORDS is a collection of Mime, Music and Monologues: a poignant journey that continues Bowers' ongoing investigation of silence in our culture. Set against the backdrop of "Small town America", BEYOND WORDS takes the audience on a funny and thought provoking journey of sound and silence.
One of the most acclaimed mimes in America today, Bill Bowers' eloquent movement evokes the deepest truths of the human condition. Often compared to Chaplin and Keaton, Bowers has truly created a style all his own. Bowers is a student of world-renowned mime Marcel Marceau, and has performed and conducted workshops throughout the U.S, Europe and Asia. His acclaimed original shows have been produced Off-Broadway to critical raves.
The New York Times:
"To see Bill Bowers is to see the technical elements of a style that bring Marcel Marceau readily to mind. Mime can be wonderful...the air between him and us was his palette."