Peer lives on his own. His life is well-ordered and punctual. Until someone secretly comes to live to his cupboard. In Peer’s little house, she cannot remain hidden for long. Rosa is a foreigner looking for a new home. From now on, everything will be different.
Marianne Burgers has worked with Laika before. As a designer, she collaborated on PEEP&EAT and COUPe ROYALe. Together with director-dramaturgist Noël Fischer, she has formed the visual theatre company De blauwe engel. For Peer, they designed a little house on a revolving stage, a peepshow full of surprises.
Selected for Het Theaterfestival 2002.
”When we get to know a person better, we realize he is not strange at all. That when we get to know a person better, we realize he is not strange at all. That in a nutshell is the basic lesson of tolerance, concealed in the wonderfully compact and crazy mime show Peer.” - De Volkskrant
“It’s not difficult to guess how upbeat very young children feel as they emerge from this show. What impressed us was the mix of Jacques Tati pleasure and Amélie Poulain happiness. That’s all you need, it really is.” - De Morgen