is an ode to fantasy. It is poetic performance about father and daughter, courage and innocence. A modern fairy tale about a father who simultaneously shows his daughter the most beautiful flowers in a valley of sadness and misery, playing in the theatre of life in a way reminiscent of Roberto Benigni’s film La Vita è Bella.
While fleeing their homeland at war, the father fights reality and fortifies his daughter by escaping into the realms of fantasy - until the troubling reality invades.
Desert Jasmine was nominated for the Zapp Theater Award 2018.
"The performance goes on a sliding scale from exciting fairy tale to harsh reality - ending in the chilly light where the Ice Queen guards the gate (all subtly enhanced by the light design by Yaron Abulafia)."
A review in the Dutch Theatre Journal by Sander Janssens