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Only submarine shed is big enough for 'Mirror Mirror'

It will be a total experience, as if you were briefly in another world. 'Mirror Mirror' by Conny Janssen Danst is set in a former submarine hangar of the Rotterdamse Droogdok Maatschappij (RDM). The audience is taken there by boat.

The imposing hall is a great source of inspiration for the choreographer. On the video accompanying this article, Conny Janssen talks about it. She is attracted to unusual locations. Each time, she looks for the unique possibilities that the r...

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Maarten Baanders

Free-lance arts journalist Leidsch Dagblad. Until June 2012 employee Marketing and PR at the LAKtheater in Leiden.View Author posts

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