METAMOORFOSE: a theatrical concert with few stimuli and low sound

People with hyperacusis (Greek for 'I hear too much') suffer from daily sounds. Regular noise quickly becomes annoying or even painful for them. An oversensitivity for sound, which they cannot filter. Their days are filled with an unpleasant din.

Hyperacusis occurs at all ages, is usually chronic and often combines with tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and loss of hearing.

Metamoorfose is about intangible change and how to cope with it. It is intended for all sensitive peopleโ€”especially people with hyperacusis. It is a pilot project, made with Job Greuter and production expert Peggy Loch. Its goal is to create a specific creative entry point for an audience of culture lovers who are usually excluded.


๐Ÿ—“๏ธ Thursday 23 June, 15:00 (try-out)
๐Ÿ“ DeLaMar Centrum, Amsterdam

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ Tuesday 5 July, 19:00 & 21:00
๐Ÿ“ Perron-3, Rosmalen

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ Friday 8 July, 19:00 & 21:00
๐Ÿ“ Theater MIMIK, Deventer

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ Maandag 11 July, 19:00 & 21:00
๐Ÿ“ DeLaMar West, Amsterdam


Concept/text/music/acting: Job Greuter
Singing: IMMIX Vocal Ensemble (Sebastiaan Ammerlaan, Ruben Grevelink, Julie Hasfjord, Jobbe Hoebink, Phoebe Kirrage, Emma Nelson, Ariel Sin Yu Lee, Jesse van der Wel, Merel Wentink)
Additional material: Ruben Grevelink, Jobbe Hoebink & Jesse van der Wel
Choreography: Roman Brasser
Production: Peggy Loch

Thanks to stichting Onbeperkt Genieten, Stichting HoorMijยทNVVS, de Hersenstichting, Rudolf H Schmidtfonds, Janivo stichting, stichting Melanie, stichting Erven Witteveen, Robbert Nachbahr, DeLaMar Theater, Theater MIMIK Deventer, Perron-3 Rosmalen & Lotte Pierik