It was the weekend of April 14 in Amsterdam. The 3rd edition of the international festival Jardin rouge offered experimental shows that one would have said landed from another galaxy. There were international artists there who offered a range of more or less confusing disciplines: contemporary dance, mime, musical or object theater, puppets, clowns, punk schlager, brass band, etc. In short, a beautiful and joyful hustle and bustle that reminded us of a certain Berlin atmosphere of the late 1970s. A true multidisciplinary laboratory that did not lack creativity. Mysterious energy of this fragmented show. What most caught our attention and condensed our emotions were the performances of the artistic collective Snowapple.
This group immediately imposed itself by the presence of its Dutch singer and multi-instrumentalist Laurien Schreuder. You have to have seen this phenomenon at least once to never forget it. Surrounded by the contortionist dancer Joséphine...
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