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In NICE TO MEET YOU, two strangers meet each other for the first time, online. Each from their own home. They reveal a private part of their life through the space that they are in and the objects that live with them. Another part remains a secret. The performer invite you to search for the poetry in the little things. It’s a celebration of our everydayness!
Clara: ‘When I was living in the Netherlands, and walking on the street I saw the big open windows. I was curious and I looked inside. I wondered what the people were doing. And how was the furniture? Would they have a cat? Was their house messy? Afterwards, I could imagine endless stories. ’
Ine: ‘For me a home reveals a part of who someone is. The objects you surround yourself with, how you and your objects relate. But often there is more to it than you would notice at first sight. For example, the way you arrange things: some people seem to be so organised, but they can never find what they are searching for, and others seem to be surrounded by piles of stuff randomly thrown down but they can be the ones who know exactly where what is.
NICE TO MEET YOU is a one-on-one devised theatre performance in the format of a video call.