Yogi Anni

Annica Muller

Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, Grote Zaal

03 sep.

vrijdag

19:30-20:00

04 sep.

zaterdag

19:00-19:30

04 sep.

zaterdag

21:30-22:00

05 sep.

zondag

15:00-15:30

Yogi Anni combines western liberal values with the ancient yoga philosophy and tradition. Along the way you discover more about Anni’s personal life and the more gloomy it gets. In the public search for enlightenment she gets lost in ‘the dark night of the soul’. Shall Anni find the light in the darkness?

“Live up to your full potential ASAP.”

 

Step into the world of self-realisation, great promises and new age drama-content. 

 

Muller’s new performance reveals today’s challenges and struggles with handy tools, sweet soundscapes and slick visuals. 

 

“Get ready, because we’re gonna reveal a lot of mystery’s, misunderstandings and I’m about to share some huge secrets with you guys..!” 

 

Yogi Anni is a tragicomedy about an American yoga-vlogger who gets trapped in her search for salvation in a ripped up world. Based on personal engagement and inspired by yoga lectures, vlogs, tutorials and TEDtalks. Yogi Anni is edgy entertainment with real content. 

 

“Today it’s all about the core! 

The core of yoga, the core of life and the core of suffering.” 

 

Yogi Anni combines western liberal values with the ancient yoga philosophy and tradition. Along the way you discover more about Anni’s personal life and the more gloomy it gets. In the public search for enlightenment she gets lost in ‘the dark night of the soul’. Shall Anni find the light in the darkness? 

 

Muller: ‘The narrative of Yogi Anni includes my personal story and my experience as a yoga teacher. I use my engagement as my fuel; my relation with dualism, consumentism, depression, destructive behavior and what it means to be alive in this place of time.  

Within this creative process I did several interviews with inspiring women – about their existential journey’s in seeking for salvation. Different stories with a common ground of depression, eating disorders and addiction. Their darkest hours and biggest revelations are intertwined in Yogi Anni.’  

‘Laat het maar aan theatermaker Annica Muller (30) over om die mistroostige thema's in een verleidelijke theatrale vorm te gieten.’ - de Volkskrant

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“Live up to your full potential ASAP.

 

Step into the world of self-realisation, great promises and new age drama-content. 

Muller’s new performance reveals today’s challenges and struggles with handy tools, sweet soundscapes and slick visuals. 

 

“Get ready, because we’re gonna reveal a lot of mystery’s, misunderstandings and I’m about to share some huge secrets with you guys..!” 

Yogi Anni is a tragicomedy about an American yoga-vlogger who gets trapped in her search for salvation in a ripped up world. Based on personal engagement and inspired by yoga lectures, vlogs, tutorials and TEDtalks. Yogi Anni is edgy entertainment with real content. 

 

“Today it’s all about the core! 

The core of yoga, the core of life and the core of suffering.” 

 

Yogi Anni combines western liberal values with the ancient yoga philosophy and tradition. Along the way you discover more about Anni’s personal life and the more gloomy it gets. In the public search for enlightenment she gets lost in ‘the dark night of the soul’. Shall Anni find the light in the darkness? 

Muller: ‘The narrative of Yogi Anni includes my personal story and my experience as a yoga teacher. I use my engagement as my fuel; my relation with dualism, consumentism, depression, destructive behavior and what it means to be alive in this place of time.  

Within this creative process I did several interviews with inspiring women – about their existential journey’s in seeking for salvation. Different stories with a common ground of depression, eating disorders and addiction. Their darkest hours and biggest revelations are intertwined in Yogi Anni.’  

 

Annica Muller, Concept/Performer | Loek de Bakker, End Director | Martine Manten, Coach | Anke Vromen, dramaturgy| Kees Roorda, Text Coach  | Marijn Brussaard, Music & Sounddesign | Merijn Versnel, Scenography | Lotte Oosterbroek, Production | Saskia van der Klei, Costume | Benno Barends, Light & Design | Ruud Janssen, Tess Janssen, Image.