In his third stand-up show Daniël Arends goes into the murky world where doing well is directly linked to self-interest and wrongdoings are a hobby. Arends offers consolation, asks questions and gives answers.
Daniël Arends talks about themes such as identity, hypocrisy and fantasy. Arends defeats myths and creates them just as easily. Carte Blanche is perhaps his strongest show so far because the confusion is as big as the wonder.
Ronald Goedemondt parades both physically and verbally through his material and explores the theme of conformism. With muddy boots he kicks over the chain fence and spuds cheerfully cheeky through the field of anarchy.
Hans Teeuwen plays piano, sings, acts, talks and makes dance steps. The pace is fast, the presentation is vital. The topics addressed are so diverse that there is apparently no correlation between. But looks can be deceiving.
Zonder Pardon is a shameless and hilarious rant about our present time. With his jet-black humor and self-mockery, Theo Maassen paces around the stage and loudly thinks about his life, the Netherlands, the world and mankind in general.