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Gregory Langen of Gullegem is part of the cast of the family musical "The Secret of Many Constellations" in Antwerp

Gregory Langen of Gullegem is part of the cast of the family musical “The Secret of Many Constellations” in Antwerp

Until Wednesday, September 15, you can still go and see the family musical “The Secret of Many Towers” in Antwerps and Ignati, a production by the Academy of Music, along with Deep Bridge, after the book of the same name by author and director Mark. Tejsman. Interest has already translated into additional performances. One of the cast members is 23-year-old Gregory Langen from Gullegem, who is busy with his training and plays in this performance. He has been living in Antwerp since January 2021. According to Gregory, several people from West Flanders are part of the cast, and they are Aaron Frank, Jill Van Dyck, Louis Geldof and Lukas Geldof.

Interest in the Young Thirty, who alternately play in two groups with the three professional actors Steve de Scheper (Sneeuwwitje, ‘Tintin De Zonnetempel The Musical’), Aaron De Vin (Jesse of Thuis, ‘Sneeuwwitje’, Robin Hood & Ik) and Idalie Samad (Bahar). From “Family”), translates to additional offers. “We decorated Waagnatie with decor, costumes, and room decor – playing in a chic retro cabaret look – and we hit our goal. The sound is optimal for the audience thanks to the use of headphones. Like my books, this is a beginner’s musical with a lot of humor, jokes and banter. Anyone used to On music the double bottom will be detected without a doubt.If you pay close attention to the background, you’ll notice that we’ve put things in it for “value seekers,” as Mark Teijsman laughs.

The secret of many constellationsIt tells the story of an old butler Fidelios, who haunts the orphanage where the twins Willem and Neil ter Toren live. It brought very interesting news for them: they are the heirs to the Trop Du Tour family. Only Willem and Neil can find the hidden treasure, if they are able to solve the riddles that Phidilius tells them. But there is a hurry, because the treasure must be found before the thirteenth and last tower falls. And perhaps, in addition to a treasure and a warm home, the Trop Du Tours family will eventually find salvation. Steve the Creator plays Fidelius. Aaron de Vin and Idale Samad play the disaster and silence Trop de Tour, respectively. They are the only professional actors who took part in the performance, playing in turns with 30 students from the Musical Academy, who make up the groups Delinquento and Petit Chici.

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I’d love to be able to play such a crazy role. It was a great rehearsal process as well, as there was plenty of room for creativity and improvisation. We let ourselves go” Edali Samad. “A number of jokes are taken from the book and were present in the script, but some were actually created by Steve, Idali and Aaron, who in this way give their own accents to the performance,” he adds. Mark Tiegsmans in a.

I’d love to be able to play such a crazy role. It was a great rehearsal process as well, as there was plenty of room for creativity and improvisation. We let ourselves go” Edali Samad. “A number of jokes are taken from the book and were present in the script, but some were actually created by Steve, Idali and Aaron, who in this way give their own accents to the performance,” he adds. Mark Tiegsmans in a.

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Musical Academy It is a dance and music education that has been around for more than two years since its inception two years ago 960 young men guidance and support. “We provide opportunities for young people. The courses are a great starting point from which they can take further steps in the artistic world. Even today, a large group of people, from Limburg to the sea, come to take lessons with us. It is great to also have a file total product Can offer, giving them the opportunity to participate in professional environment for making this piece. Of course they still have things to learn. You get interaction, light and sound technology through the experience. The great thing about The Secret of Many Towers, in addition to the special vibe that ornate Waagnatie exudes, is that the Academy of Music’s 30 students are always present and take turns playing. We play some scenes together and then everyone goes up on stage. So are the minor characters, who sit in the auditorium during the performance and take on the role of the chorus, says Gretkin, the Academy’s music coordinator. (PADI)

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The secret of many constellationsstill playing until Wednesday 15 September 2021In the Antwerp Fage Nation. From 23 euros you already have a single ticket and 89 euros a family ticket for 4 people, including reservation costs. More information and reservations can be found at www.deepbridge.be