XAVIERA HOLLANDER PRESENTS:

HEY GRINGO: MAY 21, 22, 23 &
SEX WITH PETE (more info>>): MAY 27, 28, 29, 30


peter-searles-poster4-2sTWO SHOWS BY PETER SEARLES

HEY GRINGO:

He bought a ticket, jumped on a plane and set off. No Rough Guide in the world could have prepared him for the consequence...

From the moment his plane lands in Caracas (without his luggage) we're on a roller-coaster ride down unexplored tributaries of the Amazon, across the snow-capped peaks of the Andes and into the depths of some of the most brutal prisons in the world.

A catalogue of close scrapes and surprise encounters - drug-smugglers, Dutch airline hostesses, Carmelite monks, Maoist guerrillas, Mancunian ornithologists, Amazonian Indians and a French Shaman - not to mention crocodiles, jaguars and giant shit-eating centipedes!

DATA SHOW "HEY GRINGO"


Friday May 21

SPECIAL OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE

at the Terrace Cafe/ Restaurant Marbella Business Center

Avenida de las Cumbres 29600 Elviria
Show with Dinner Euro 50
Dinner starts at 8:00 pm
Show without dinner Euro 25
Show starts at 9:45 pm

Saturday May 22

At Xaviera’s Home Theater Caprice

184 Calle Pizarra,
Rocio de Nagueles Marbella
Show starts at 9:45 p.m
price Euro 25

Sunday May 23

At Xaviera’s Home Theater Caprice

184 Calle Pizarra,
Rocio de Nagueles Marbella
Special Dinner Show
event Euro 50
dinner starts at 8:15 pm
Show without dinner Euro 25
show starts at 9:45 pm

Pete Searles  Hey Gringo

ONE FREE DRINK INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF EACH SHOW

For tickets and directions for both locations Contact:

Marbella Business Center:
INFO CALL: 951247730
or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Xaviera
at 952857575
or email Xaviera at
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REVIEWS

"Really enjoyable, kick off your shoes, sit back and listen to this well informed, well traveled and very funny entertainer. Highly recommended."

The Entertainment Program GLR

"In the mid 1980's, Peter Searles went to South America and ended up in Chile . This wonderful and timely one-man play tells the story of the time he spent there. Delivered raconteur-style, direct to the audience, with no props save his own malleable face, Searles has you in the palm of his hand from the moment he opens his mouth... a natural story-teller and talented comedian; everything
about the show is understated and spot-on, including the music.
"

****The Scotsman

‘It will be a sin if Searles isn't nominated for at least one award this year'

* * * * * Hairline.org.uk

Haven't laughed so much in ages'

* * * * * gildedballoon2005reviews.com

One of the loveliest, laughter filled hours I have seen.'

* * * * The Scotsman

‘He's definitely one performer I look forward to seeing again next year'

* * * * one4review.com

It's a joy!'

* * * * The List Magazine

Brilliant... this is my kind of theatre - it's original, moving, honest, thought-provoking, brave and incredibly funny. You've got to go and see it!' I loved it... absolutely loved it... pure genius'

Gyles Brandreth BBC Radio Scotland

Directions to Theatre Caprice


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Click here for the pdf off the flyer for Hey Gringo and Sex with Pete


Tallulah

XAVIERA HOLLANDER PRESENTS: TALLULAH AND THE BOY


If time travel were possible, Xaviera would reach back to the early part of the last century and bring you Tallulah Bankhead- the Legend. And what a legend she was! Brash, ribald, outrageous, outspoken and an exhibitionist, she was also known for her generosity toward her friends and kindness to animals and children. She was a party favorite for outlandish stunts such as doing cartwheels in a skirt with no underwear or entering a soir?stark naked.

Possessed of a tremendous energy level, very few people could keep up with her. She smoked over one hundred cigarettes per day, drank gin and bourbon like they were water, and carried a suitcase-full of drugs to help her sleep, stay awake and just function in general.

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She had a mouth and wasn't afraid to use it! In addition to her wild personality, Tallulah was known for her wit. Often quoted, she liked to have the last word on everything. “The only thing I regret about my past is the length of it. If I had to live my life again I'd make all the same mistakes - only sooner.” Of her own behavior she said, “Nobody can be exactly like me. Sometimes even I have trouble doing it.”

Tallulah In addition to acting, she also performed monologues and songs. While there may never be another Tallulah Bankhead, there are those who come close to emulating her style and toward that end, Xaviera Hollander is proud to present Tallulah Dahling, singing in the tradition of her namesake - in a show you will never forget: Tallulah and the Boy. The tunes they sing will play in your head for days and you are sure to leave with a smile on your face!

About Claire Wilkinson – a.k.a. Tallulah Dahling.

Like the famous actress whom she strongly resembles, Tallulah Bankhead, our Tallulah was convent educated and, like Tallulah Bankhead... she never stopped talking, dressing up or acting in her own private and personal productions. At seventeen, she was enrolled in the Guildhall School of Music and Drama - but found it so boring that one day she just walked out of the school and across to the Mermaid Theatre where she had a chance encounter with Sir Bernard Miles. Before the evening was over, she landed a job with the theatre company- as an understudy, acting in small parts, and as an assistant stage manager. Sir Bernard took this youngest member of the cast under his wing, found her an agent and, when the leading lady fell ill, personally coached her when she took over the larger role.

Soon offers of work and television parts followed, as did an offer of a screen test in Rome, which she turned down. Her namesake Tallulah Bankhead fell in love and sailed to England... but Claire fell in love and gave up the stage. She flew to Rome to pursue her amour, and she found work as a model for the fashion house of Gattinoni. The Italian lover did not work out, but then neither did the unhappy marriage which followed and produced children and an inevitable divorce.

But now anno 2009 she is back, living in Marbella, and has her own inimitable show. And what a cabaret performer Claire is: energetic, vibrant, brilliant, electric- everything one could want in an evening of singing entertainment.



But there is more:

In yet another encounter of destiny, Claire met Warren Webley in Granada and the Cabaret Evening Event, that you are invited to share with us, Tallulah and The Boy, was born.

And who is Warren Webley…The Boy?
Warren Webley, an accomplished pianist and composer, is Principal of the Stagecoach schools in Fuengirola, Marbella and Gibraltar. He trained at Liverpool College of Performing Arts and gained his diploma in Music Performing Techniques with Honours in 1993. Warren has worked professionally throughout the UK, including the West End, in numerous theatres and studios and toured with 'Brotherhood of Man' amongst others. And so together, Tallulah and The Boy bring you a dazzling and unique show with songs from the 30's, 40's, Sondheim and Kurt Weil…

What the press says about their show:

'An evening with a touch of theatre about it.'
‘A blast from the past', ‘a touch of New York'
'The costumes, hat changes, hairstyles all adding to the glamour and theatricality.'
‘A singing actress with great emotion'
‘Something that's been missing along the coast'

Tallulah

TALLULAH AND THE BOY

Presented for your entertainment at Xaviera Hollander's new, cozy Home Theater

Villa Caprice, Calle Pizarra 184 , Rocio de Nagueles, Marbella


FRIDAY October 23 at 9 p.m. €25
SATURDAY October 24 at 9 p.m. €25
SUNDAY October 25 at 8:30 p.m, SPECIAL DINNER SHOW €50


Before the show, enjoy a tasty meal prepared by Xaviera's husband and Chef Philip: the appetizer and main course, immediately followed by Part I of Tallulah and the Boy. During intermission, a scrumptious desert will be served, followed by Part II of the show. Two free drinks are included in the price of each show!

To book your tickets and get directions to the Villa Caprice contact :
Telephone: 952857575
if this number does not respond due to telefonica problems please
call 671190712 or 635011111
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For those with no car, we can arrange to pick you up at Calle Ricardo Soriano corner Calle Gregorio Maranon where the gas station is. If you need a ride, be sure to ask when you contact Xaviera to book your tickets!

Route to the Theatre Villa Caprice, Calle Pizarra 184 , Rocio de Nagueles, Marbella


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Songs from Tallulah and The Boy:

  • I'm Just A Girl Who Cant Say NO! written by Richard Rodgers
  • Autumn Leaves… sung in French...lyrics by Jacques Prevert, music by Joseph Kosma
  • I Won't Dance….(duet with The Boy) Jerome Kern…words by Oscar Hammerstein
  • Men, written by Charles Strouse……. from the stage show Nick and Nora
  • Mira Che Luna…(in Spanish) written by G. Malini
  • I Won't Send Roses….(duet with The Boy)..written by Jerry Herman
  • You're Getting to Be A Habit With Me….(duet with the Boy) music by Harry Warren
  • Speak Low…..Kurt Weill words by Ogden Nash
  • Surabaya Johnny….Kurt Weill…(sung in German)
  • My Ship…..Kurt Weill
  • One Life To Live……music written by Kurt Weill and words by Gershwin
  • I Never Do Anything Twice…Sondheim…
  • Could I Leave You?....Sondheim
  • I Hate Men….Sondheim
  • Send In The Clowns….Sondheim
  • Losing My Mind……Sondheim
  • It's a Blue World…..30's number…by Chet Forrest and Bob Wright
  • Every Time We Say Goodbye….Cole Porter
  • Lady is a Tramp….well known number sung by Frank Sinatra
  • On A Clear Day…Alan J Lerner
  • Everything's Coming Up Roses (a duet with The Boy)…lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

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THE HAPPY HOOKER, PORTRAIT OF A SEXUAL REVOLUTIONARY


With her autobiographic book ‘The Happy Hooker’ - the story of her life as New York’s most famous Madame in 1971, Xaviera Hollander became an instant best selling author. This documentary is a screened explicit rendition of her life as New York’s most famous Madame.

Following the war, Xaviera’s family moved back to Amsterdam where Xaviera was a lonely only child, always competing with her mother for the love and appreciation of her father. She even became Holland’s top secretary and soon relocated to South Africa where she met “Mr. Right” who invited her to come and live with him in New York. There she had a great but underpaid job as the secretary to the Dutch Consul. Once her relationship was over, she continued to work for the Dutch Consul but she started moonlighting as a part time hooker to compensate her meagre salary. It became a full time career which soon put her directly at the centre of a major NYPD crooked cop scandal.

 



She wrote the book the Happy Hooker with Robin Moore, of ‘Green Berets’ and ‘French Connection’ fame. Her book was published in 1971 and became a world wide bestseller overnight. It sold over 14 million copies world wide.

This documentary tells the haunting story of her early life in the concentration camps, her sensational blitz career from call girl to Madame, but most of all it shows how she was persecuted by the American law and became involved in one of America's most famous crime commissions. It also deals with her symbiotic relationship with her mother.



The international publicity and her involvement in the crime commission scandal instantly turned Xaviera into one of the top icons of the sexual revolution in the world. After ‘The Happy Hooker,’ she wrote another 16 autobiographic books and sex guides. She has been in a monogamous married situation with her Dutch man Philip for the last 3 years.


Her book, “The Happy Hooker,” is being turned into a musical!
Xaviera is always reinventing herself!

SPAIN PERFORMANCES

Black Box Theatre
June 9th at 8pm and 10 pm
PRICE EURO 15
Black Box Theatre – 9527791722
Tel Xaviera – 952 857575

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SURPRISE - - - - -
Sunday June 7 at 7 p.m.

FAREWELL GARDEN PARTY WITH FOOD AND DRINKS AND EARL OKIN doing a mixed show of Comedy and Music at

Xaviera Hollander's private
villa Caprice
184 Calle Pizarra, Rocio de Nagueles
Price per person euro 45
Booking and information 952857575 or
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XAVIERA’S WEBSITE FOR HER NEXT PRODUCTION HAS ALSO WON THE PRIZE OF THE WEEK ON www.galeriamarbella.com
ENJOY!

Reviews

‘Happy Hooker’ documentary not what one might expect:

April 30, 2009 www.buffaloniagarafilmfestival.com Entertainment, Movies

As far as artistic inspiration go, Xaviera Hollander presents about as broad and vibrant a muse as can be had.The legendary call girl-turned-author could fill 50 films with her X-rated exploits alone, but documentarian Robert Dunlap chose not to focus solely on that part of her life.
That’s not to say that “Portrait of a Sexual Revolutionary” lacks for ribaldry, but as far as films about the author of the largely autobiographical best-seller “The Happy Hooker” go, this is about as sterile as the subject matter could be treated.

With Hollander narrating the 68-minute film, which will be shown during the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, the documentary goes all the way back to her infancy, which was spent in a Japanese concentration camp in southeast Asia (she and her family are of Jewish heritage).
After the war, the family returned to Holland, where she grew up (kinda) normally. She claimed the “Miss Tick” prize as Holland’s best secretary, then made her way to New York City, where she took a secretarial job that failed to offer much fulfillment.

Instead, as the title of her first book suggests, she took an unorthodox route to happiness. The film uses commentary from several of today’s leading experts and writers in the field to discuss the impact of “Happy Hooker” and the dozens of follow-up books (both fiction and fact) that came from Hollander.
Where such a field was considered beyond taboo in those days (her lawyer recalled his experiences negotiating his “first book deal in a … house of ill repute”), her work was considered a key part of the feminist movement that opened people’s minds on the subject.

The film takes the viewer up to present day, with Hollander happily pursuing her artistic endeavors back in the Netherlands — receiving inspiration the same way she inspired so many others during her life.
To be clear: This film is not for youngsters, due to subject matter and some of the imagery presented. But it’s the film’s inspiration that dictates the use of such material, and Dunlap does a masterful job of avoiding gratuitous footage or soundbites when it would have been ever-so-easy to go that way.
Whatever one might think about Hollander or her career choice, viewers of this film will leave the experience feeling as far away from dirty as possible.

This review is also published on Paul J Lane's blog: "Live in the Slow Lane"

Sex with Pete

SEX WITH PETE: MAY 28, 29, 30

After his much younger girlfriend leaves him for a better looking, richer, more successful friend of his, Searles dissolves into a gibbering, chain-smoking, suicidal insomniac! In desperation he resorts to the latest new-age self-help healing therapy: e.f.t. (Emotional Freedom Technique) regressing him into a voyage of self re-discovery - where buried memories of past relationships, one-night stands and a very confused childhood - all come bubbling to the surface withhilarious, painful and revelatory results!

This is a true-life tale of one mans journey into his sexual past… that at the age of 47 (and single again) turns into a quest for enlightenment and love… and maybe next time a beautiful young blonde comes floating into the bar, he might think twice (but probably not!)

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DATA SHOW "SEX WITH PETE"

Friday May 28

At Xaviera’s Home Theater Caprice

184 Calle Pizarra,
Rocio de Nagueles Marbella
Show starts at 9:45 p.m
price Euro 25

Saturday May 29

At Xaviera’s Home Theater Caprice

184 Calle Pizarra,
Rocio de Nagueles Marbella
Show starts at 9:45 p.m
price Euro 25

Sunday May 30
SPECIAL DINNER SHOW
AT Xaviera’s Home Theater Caprice

184 Calle Pizarra,
Rocio de Nagueles Marbella
Special Dinner Show Euro 50
dinner starts at 8:15 pm
Show without dinner Euro 25
Show starts at 9:45 pm

Call Xaviera to make your reservations when you book your ticket for the show! Xaviera at 952857575 or email Xaviera at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

REVIEWS

"Really enjoyable, kick off your shoes, sit back and listen to this well informed, well traveled and very funny entertainer. Highly recommended."

The Entertainment Program GLR

"In the mid 1980's, Peter Searles went to South America and ended up in Chile . This wonderful and timely one-man play tells the story of the time he spent there. Delivered raconteur-style, direct to the audience, with no props save his own malleable face, Searles has you in the palm of his hand from the moment he opens his mouth... a natural story-teller and talented comedian; everything
about the show is understated and spot-on, including the music.
"

****The Scotsman

‘It will be a sin if Searles isn't nominated for at least one award this year'

* * * * * Hairline.org.uk

Haven't laughed so much in ages'

* * * * * gildedballoon2005reviews.com

One of the loveliest, laughter filled hours I have seen.'

* * * * The Scotsman

‘He's definitely one performer I look forward to seeing again next year'

* * * * one4review.com

It's a joy!'

* * * * The List Magazine

Brilliant... this is my kind of theatre - it's original, moving, honest, thought-provoking, brave and incredibly funny. You've got to go and see it!' I loved it... absolutely loved it... pure genius'

Gyles Brandreth BBC Radio Scotland

Reservations:

Xaviera at 952857575 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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XAVIERA HOLLANDER PRESENTS:

STAR STRUCK BY DAVID BENSON


Who would be on your Fantasy Party guest list? Some people dream about it. David Benson lives it. Every night he whoops it up with the heroes of his youth.

Imagine having a party at which all your heroes are invited. How many of them would live up to your expectations? And how many would turn out to be a complete nightmare? In this magical, brilliantly performed show David Benson meets Quentin Crisp, Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire,
Judy Garland, Groucho Marx, Noel Coward and many others -and finds out that hero-worship is not all that it seems.

Acclaimed at the Edinburgh Festival 2003, Benson brings Star Struck to Marbella for his first-ever appearance in Spain.

The show will take place on:

Sunday January 11, 7.30 p.m.
Theatre Sol Andalusi, Alhaurin de la Torre
tel. box office 952 112 057 or
email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
TICKETS EURO 20

Thursday January 15, 9:00 pm
at El Campanario Golf & Country House
Urb. la Campanario,
Ctra. Cádiz N-340, km.168,
29688 Estepona Click here for directions to El Campanario
TICKETS EURO 20


Friday January 16, 9:00 pm
and
Saturday January 17, 9:00 pm
at the Black Box Teatro
C/ Notario Luis Oliver, 6
Marbella Centre
TICKETS EURO 20

For more information and bookings please call:

952 85 75 75 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or
Call: El Campanario: 952 90 42 33
or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Call Black Box Theatre: 952 77 91 72

CRITICS ABOUT STAR STRUCK

Article in SurEnglish>>

"Hilarious, moving and utterly magical entertainment" Edinburgh Guide

“The dinner party of your dreams, with guests Sinatra, Coward, Astaire
and Morecambe in David Benson’s musical comedy” Evening Standard Critics Choice

“His party is a blast” Independent on Sunday

Xaviera Hollander and Sherry Midas present:

Nijinsky’s Last Dance

by Norman Allen Ricardo Melendez as Nijinsky
Nijinsky’s Last Dance by Norman Allen is a one-man drama featuring an outstanding tour-de-force performance by the mesmerizing Ricardo Melendez as the tortured dance great, Vaslav Nijinsky

SHOWTIME
May 16 2008 - 22.00

May 17 2008 - 20:30
Black Box Theatre in Marbella

Calle Notario Luis Oliver antiqua calle Finlandia

Tel: 34 952 779172

www.blackboxteatro.com

Vaslav Nijinsky, one of the greatest male tortured dancers of all time, was discovered at the tender age of 9. As with many child protégées, the pressure of living in a whirlwind of fame and excitement proved too much for the young star. In less than 90 minutes, the play moves in and out of the dark mind of Nijinsky to tell the story of his rise from obscurity to fame as a young dancer with the Russian Ballet; his innovative dance style that changed the face of modern dance; and his ultimate and tragic descent into madness.

Ricardo Melendez is utterly believable as the unstable and slightly crazed Nijinsky.
Creating a sense of incredible vulnerability, he encapsulates the audience as he tumbles back on a journey retelling the colorful tale through the dancer’s eyes.

“I am Nijinksky, I am Nijinsky, I am…”. This recurring statement evokes a feeling of pity and sorrow as the dancer moves the audience through his extraordinary life with the view that the world makes greater demands than simply the talent that is given by God.



Melendez powers on through the difficult tale, moving swiftly from one character to the next, creating an easily identifiable persona for each. His rippling body tackles this intense piece of physical theatre with ease, and his talent as both dancer and actor leads to an unforgettable performance.

One would believe that they are in the presence of the troubled man himself. Melendez is Nijinksky.

The life and career of Vaslav Nijinsky was as tragic as it was brilliant. Born in 1890, the Russian dancer blazed a trail across Europe, leaping higher and moving quicker than anyone before. Behind the glamorous parties and regal premieres, however, lay a fragile ego and caged artistic genius.

Climbing under the skin of this most complex of men is no mean feat, but Ricardo Melendez spends an hour immersed in Nijinsky's life. On a simple stage, draped with white linen cloths, Melendez takes us from Nijinsky's childhood in St Petersburg to his glory days in Sergei Diaghilev's Ballet Russe. He starts and ends with the tragic vision of this once great dancer, broken and near hysterical in a psychiatric hospital. It's a life story filled with passion and longing. Desperate to hold and, more crucially, be held by the beautiful women who surrounded him, Nijinsky had to forgo such pleasures for the sake of his career. Instead his nights were spent pleasuring Diaghilev and his "saggy bottom".

All of the main players in Nijinsky's life are brought to life by Melendez, with a simple change in stance or voice. It's a script which demands much of its performer - not least the Russian accent - but Melendez rises to the challenge admirably. A former dancer himself, with Alvin Ailey among others, he moves beautifully, albeit in a rather restricted space.Posing to have his picture painted, Melendez strips down to reveal a statuesque body. It is a moving scene which epitomizes Nijinsky's entire personality - well- founded conceit mixed with an almost pathetic vulnerability.

Melendez brilliantly portrays Nijinsky as well as nearly a dozen others who populated the great dancer’s life. The characters include Nijinsky’s lover Sergei Diaghilev, prima ballerina Tamara Karsavina, and artistic champion Auguste Rodin. Through the passionate telling of his own rise and fall, Nijinsky offers his audience a glimpse into a world descending into the chaos of World War I and the challenges facing an artist during this turbulent time.

A one man tour-de-force that delves into the psyche of dance legend, Vaslav Ricardo Melendez (Nijinsky) is originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico and he holds a BA from Butler University and an MFA from Brooklyn College. His acting credits include Hamlet at Theatre 22 and A View From the Bridge at the Gershwin Theatre both in New York City. Regional credits include Becket or the Honor of God, Twelfth Night, Love Valour, Compassion, and A Midsummer Night's Dream. As a dancer, Ricardo is the former Artistic Director of the Ballets De San Juan and has performed with the Alvin Ailey Dance Ensemble Ballet Hispanico of New York and others. He served as principal dancer and Assistant Artistic Director for Dance Kaleidoscope in Indianapolis. He has choreographed for shows all over the world. Ricardo is a member of Actors Equity Association and currently teaches at the Governor's School for the Arts.

Reviews

“It's a script which demands much of its performer - not least the Russian accent - but Melendez rises to the challenge admirably." --Scotsman Critic’s Choice
****

"Ricardo Melendez is utterly believable as the unstable and slightly crazed Nijinsky. Creating a sense of incredible vulnerability, he encapsulates the audience as he tumbles back on a journey retelling the colorful tale through the dancer’s eyes. Melendez IS Nijinsky."
--Fest Magazine
****

"Flawless, Fabulous, Fantastic! Forget the other shows on your list--go see this one!"
--Leon Conrad, United Kingdom
****

"One truly can leave a theatre feeling they've spent an hour in the company of a hero."
--Gill Edmunds, United Kingdom
****

ABOUT XAVIERA AND SHERRY

Xaviera Hollander, since 34 years part time resident of Amsterdam as well as Marbella - Costa del Sol - , lover of the arts, at long last will be able to live out her dream and produce this haunting theatre performance about the life of the world famous ballet dancer Nijinsky.

Xaviera, author of a.o. the Happy Hooker and another 18 books, has been producing English language theatre in Amsterdam for the last ten yearsand is finally expanding to Southern Spain. Since many years she visits each summer the Edinburgh theatre festival where she handpicks her favorite plays. She recently got married to Philip de Haan, who is her right hand man in most projects she undertakes. She is always reinventing herself so she says about herself. Presently she runs a fun and bohemian style bed and breakfast in Amsterdam and is writing a Total autobiography about her life called “WALL TALK – if only the walls could talk.“

Last year she met Sherry Midas, who has produced many a play in England as well as on the Costa del Sol. She has moved from London to Spain and is trying to introduce a cultural exchange between Spain and anywhere else in the world to promote art in all forms: music , dance and theatre. Well…the inevitable happened , these two most energetic and dynamic ladies, who both love the “spoken word “so much, have decided to team up and bring some exciting and top quality theater to Marbella.

Info + Bookings: Tel: 34 952 779172
or book through www.blackboxteatro.com

Phone Xaviera till 23/04/2008 : 0031206733934
Phone Xaviera after 23/04/2008 : 0034952857575
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