Cox and Box
by A. Sullivan and F.C. Burnand, inspired by J.M. Morton
Duration: 75 minutes. Performed in English with subtitles in Dutch.
There will not be an interval during the performance. COVID-19 measures: limited audience.
Cox is a hatter during the day. Box is a printer at night. Their friendly lodger, Mr Bouncer — who was dissatisfied that his apartment should be left empty half the day (or half the night, whichever you prefer) — realised that these two gentlemen would never meet each other if they were sharing the same room without knowing it. And he'll get twice the rent on top of it! What a clever plan! Well, it was, that is, until Cox, upon arriving late to work, is given 'a day off' by his punctual proprietor. As the two men meet for the first time, they quickly discover they seem to share more than just a room...
|Hadrien Baudot||Tyler Dickinson
|Violin 1||Roosmarij Clerx|
|Violin 2||Christophe Cappuyns (31/8-1,3,4/9)
Peter Deckers (18,19/11)
|Piano||Roeland De Geest|
- Wednesday, 18th of November, 2020 (20:00)
- Thursday, 19th of November, 2020 (20:00)
- Monday, 31st of August, 2020 (20:00)
Tweebronnen, Leuven (open air)
- Tuesday, 1st of September, 2020
Private performance, Overijse
- Thursday, 3rd of September, 2020 (20:00)
KADOC, Vlamingenstraat 39, 3000 Leuven (open air)
- Friday, 4th of September, 2020
Private performance, Leuven