Let's Catch Up

Let's Catch Up @ Theater aan het Vrijthof



English surtitles for international students and expats at the performance: Noem het maar liefde (Call it love) by Toneelgroep Maastricht


Noem het maar liefde, the new production of Toneelgroep Maastricht, will have its opening night in Maastricht. Toneelgroep Maastricht will join forces with Theater aan het Vrijthof in providing English surtitles for their new production (on Thursday, March 7) that will be performed in the Dutch language.

You're very welcome to be present at this memorable Let’s Catch Up evening.


When: Thursday March 7, play starts at 20:00, Welcome and English Introduction at 19:00

Where: Theater aan het Vrijthof
Price: € 15.00 (incl. welcome and one drink)


A limited amount of tickets are available for a special price of € 15.00. If you would like to make use of this offer, we kindly ask you to fill out the form to make your application complete. We hope to welcome you at the performance.








About Noem het maar liefde (Call it love)

Anniek Pheifer and Jeroen Spitzenberger will star in Noem het maar liefde, a brand new play by Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer, inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s Reigen (1900). Artistic director Michel Sluysmans directs Noem het maar liefde, a hilarious and moving journey of deceit, loneliness, temptation, desire and intimacy. A band led by Victor Griffioen will provide live music during the performance.


The play is set in a hotel and sketches encounters between a variety of people, ranging from young to old and from rich to poor, in scenes and songs. As different as they may seem, they have one thing in common: they all crave real love.


Arthur Schnitzler’s Reigen is an elegantly constructed series of encounters between man and woman and in this way sheds a light on the city of Vienna and its inhabitants in his time. Showing both the interchangeability of relations and the loneliness of the human being. At its first performance, the play was forbidden and went on to become one of the greatest scandal pieces of the 20th century. Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer resets the story to the present day and shines his light in an ironical, venomous and moving way on love in these modern times. Sluysmans and Pfeijffer already successfully collaborated on the plays De advocaat (winner of Toneelschrijfprijs 2017) and Brieven uit Genua.


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