Two storytellers narrating the tale of the Flying Dutchman and in so doing exploring the condition of the "expat".
The three shows, starting today and ending on Saturday, are going to be performed in the Paradijs, the small theatre under the roof of the Koninklijke Schouwburg.
It has been organised by the wonderful people of STET, the foundation for the promotion of English-speaking theatre in the Netherlands, based in The Hague. Their calendar is truly interesting, varied and entertaining.
I also like the fact that they stage their shows in different locations: once we saw a play about Robinson Crusoe sitting inside the hold of a ship!
The show is followed by a debate coordinated by the Expatriate Archive Center, mentioned in another post from last week.