A tribute to the misfits, the doubters, and the dreamers who have lost their way and are unable to adapt to the demands of our time.
The main character is a man who carries his soul under his arm. He sits on a bench and watches the life being played before him of which he is not a part. He meets a blind girl who lives like an owl in the night. The man decides to tell her his life story. The collaboration between writer/director Kees Roorda and visual theatre maker Ulrike Quade results in a performance that loves between reality and fantasy.
Dog’s Love is a co-production between The Glasshouse and Ulrike Quade Company in collaboration with Bellevue Lunchtheater Amsterdam.
Supported by: The Netherlands Fund for Performing Arts & The City of Amsterdam