A Roman with a drum hand in hand with a girl with a horse’s head. She sits down in the middle of the white decor. For a moment it is quiet in the Amsterdam forest. Then the drum is beaten. There is movement far away on the big stage, black figures with masks appear and rid the girl of her horse head. The fight for power breaks loose and holds the audience for twenty minutes. It is exciting. It is moving. It gives hope.
Sixteen youngsters, together with Orkater and two theater teachers, Diede Daalman and Rachel Schuit, made the performance “I ve got the power” in the grand decor of the Orkater show Julius Caesar.