Imagine: an action movie, but for real. Starring one of the most booorrring action heroes ever. An egg that no one is allowed to touch. No one! Just a boring egg guarded by two ultra-boring attendants (attendants are boring guards who watch over art objects, and art is…uh…we’ll talk about that another time). And just when it gets so boring that it’s hard to stay awake, we suddenly find ourselves in a chase scene.
A: A chase?
A: With an egg?
B: Uh huh.
A: That no one is allowed to touch?
A: But how…I mean what…I, uh…hhmmm…and, uh, and?
B: Can’t tell you anything more, I am afraid.
Two boring mimes watch over EGG-tion HERO. With minimal tools and a lot of garden-variety magic they make themselves, each other and the egg vanish into thin air. Definitely dangerous, so don’t try this at home.
Willemijn Zevenhuijzen about EGG-tion HERO
“I found it really boring going to a museum when I was a child. At the same time, I found it awfully exciting because there were things there I wasn’t allowed to touch. I liked to imagine what would have happened if I had stuck my finger into a picture. I fantasized about an action movie in which everything goes really fast, faster than you can think.”
“Egg-tion hero is a very funny, compact, lively show; a wonderful half hour theatre for toddlers. Announced for children aged three and older, but children aged eight will also enjoy it. Just like their parents, by the way.” ★★★★ Theaterkrant.
“(…) a short but fun performance for children, but certainly as well for parents.” I Love Theater
Direction, idea: Willemijn Zevenhuijzen
Performers: Willemijn Zevenhuijzen (15/16) / Lisa Groothof (16/17) and Dwayne Toemere
Directorial advice: Moniek Merkx
Special thanks to: William Dashwood, Dorien Folkers, René Geerlings, Andrea Spoor, egg
Video: Huub Laurens
Campaign image: -SYB-
Scene photos: Pepijn Lutgerink
Touring period: 2016 – 2020 (and on request)
Age: 3 years and up
Duration: 30 minutes
Performance Area: 4 m x 4 m / height 2,5 m
Bookings: Rosa Brinks / email@example.com