This show takes place at Rich Mix in Shoreditch. Performed in English, with some French and Dutch. 60 minutes. Ages 16+ Contains nudity.
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Philip Glass ©1987 Dunvagen Music Publishers Inc. Used by Permission.
Leo Perlot-L’Huillier“We are truly captivated by the magic created with two hands. It’s really funny and at the same time subtle and poetic.”
Jérémy Lebreton“Almost without words but always with great humour, Kasper Klop plays around with different genres and delves into a burlesque and touching world.”
This is a premiere work-in-progress, created during the Voila! Residency at Rich Mix.
A short version of Eve & Adam was created in Paris and first performed at the Anatomy live art cabaret at Summerhall in Edinburgh. After the premiere of the full-length version at Voila! Festival, the show will go on to New York.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Kasper Klop was born to Dutch parents, brought up in France and resident of the UK from 18 to 24 years old. He trained as an actor at The University of Bristol and Drama Studio London, and as a dancer and puppeteer in Paris. Coming from a multilingual background, his approach to theatre-making is a hybrid of movement, speech, clown and mime. He multi-rolled in a world tour of The Little Prince and Le Malade Imaginaire with TNT Theatre and has performed across screen and voice work in English, French and Dutch. Kasper is currently studying the Practical Aesthetics technique by David Mamet at Atlantic School of Acting in New York.
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