Is this a theatrical adaptation of a book full of questions by Padgett Powell?
Is it true the title of the performance is just asking?
Will it be a monologue?
Would you say Shakespeare was right when he said ‘all the world is a stage’?
Are you in control of your imagination?
Are you willing to let an actor guide you through your imagination?
Do you like baroque decors?
Are there any advantages to carpet?
How does the sentence 'the performance seeks to create a landscape of possibilities' sound to you?
Are you on the spectrum?
Is the man on stage asking the questions on the spectrum?
Is it clear what I mean by that?
Are things, in general, clear to you?
Or just a little bit clear?
Do you take vitamins?
Do you like spells?
Is this an excerpt of the performance?
Should I bother anyone but myself with these questions?
Shall I stop?
Do you want me to stop?
Dutch spoken with English surtitles
Peter Seynaeve graduated as an actor from Studio Herman Teirlinck in Antwerp. At NTGent he performed in Rijgen, Black, Front and Platonov. He also works as a director and often works as a coach in performances, like in Milo Rau’s Familie.
Oscar Van Rompay studied at the theatre academy Dora van der Groen. As an actor he performed at NTGent in JR, Histoire(s) du théâtre II and Platform. In 2013, he wrote the monologue Africa, together with Peter Verhelst, based on his personal experience as a manager of a tree plantation in Kenya.