July 28th, 2020

Hey audience, hey world,

Thank you so much for zooming in at Memento Mori. It was so wonderful to see faces from all over the world! Perhaps it was the first time for all of us to really feel an online audience, we felt that groups were formed and energy was felt through your screens!! If you had a good time we would love to see you spreading the word, we will continue our tour from September until the beginning of November! And now we hear you thinking, huh? A tour for an online play?? Yes, we will tour our green screen studio throughout our small but cool country the Netherlands and zoom in from wherever we are, so people can visit our studio in all parts of the Netherlands. It is possible to buy online tickets if you’re from outside the Netherlands by emailing helpdesk@ninetiesproductions.nl. You can even buy a ticket for yourself and a friend for a really fun price of 20 euros. It means you can watch the show together with someone you are not together with… MUCH LOVE.. The Nineties team

Nineties Productions

Nineties Productions is a performance collective based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. They create theater shows that use elements of performance art, concerts, pop culture, literature and visual art. Icons, movements, or subcultures from the past are used to reflect on the world we now live in. With the integration of live music, Nineties produces site specific crossover theater.

Nineties Productions is a performance collective based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. They create theater shows that use elements of performance art, concerts, pop culture, literature and visual art. Icons, movements, or subcultures from the past are used to reflect on the world we now live in. With the integration of live music, Nineties produces site specific crossover theater. The collective is comprised of performance makers Yannick Noomen, Anne Maike Mertens and creative producer Vevi van der Vliet. For each show Nineties collaborates with different guest actors, musicians and set designers. Nineties is not connected to one specific theater but loves to work nomadically, always looking for new spaces to perform and to reach a new kind of audience.


“We want to create performances that offer our audience the depth of art with the accessibility of popular culture. At a pop concert, banker and carpenter, postman and astronaut stand side by side, connected by music. We seek that same magic in theater.”

CALENDAR

Memento Mori

October 23rd
Het Huis Utrecht
ism Theater Kikker
Utrecht

Memento Mori

October 24th
Het Huis Utrecht
ism Theater Kikker
Utrecht

Memento Mori

October 29th
Theater Rotterdam
Rotterdam

Memento Mori

30 oktober
Theater Rotterdam
Rotterdam

Shows

B.O.B.S.

2019

N.v.d.C.

2016

ZAT

2014

"The Raw music and moving songs form a powerfull diesel; a mix of country, hiphop, Tom Waits and David Bowie."

Annette Embrechts on Billy the Kid – Volkskrant 2018

"Noir is both a juicy scifi-revue and a hypersatire on the current confusing times."

Vincent Kouters on Noir – Volkskrant 2018

"The irony of the setting, the lightly nipping sarcasm, the mild friendliness of a futuristic radicalism, and a subcutaneous anarchistic anger are kept in great balance, without the traps of moralistic slobber."

Loek Zonneveld about Nacht van de Collectieven – Theaterkrant 2016

“The three members bring a catching mix of music and surrealistic story telling to the stage."

Kester Freriks about We Are Here – Theaterkrant 2016

"The occasional band Charlie and the Bukowski’s has put the writings of the dirty old man on catchy EDM, with synthesizer (Yannick Noomen), Eurodance-beats (Jimi Zoet), rap (Ludwig Bindervoet) and cello and sultry singing (Charlie Dagelet)."

Joke Beeckmans about Naar Bukowski – Theaterkrant 2015

“A show full of exploding energy, laughter and 'historical' very accurate. This was a big party and a trip back to memory lane."

Cultuurpodium Online about Nineties – 2013

"In the presence of a live studio audience they create pure magic: a very entertaining anarchistic potpourri that transforms into a lyrical happening by briljant editing.”

Marijn Lems about Untitled, 2017 – Theaterkrant 2017