This special Winter Edition of The Hague Storytelling Festival presents four storytelling masters selected from the Amsterdam Storytelling Festival.
Opening the festival on Friday night is Argentinian storyteller Fernando Rodil with Pampa's Pride.
Before leaving his home country, Fer wrote a movie. A Pirates of the Caribbean in a local criollo style, he is convinced that it deserves the big screen. He decided to put on a one-hour show to tell the plot to anyone willing to listen. Knowing him, it is very likely that he will take advantage of the situation to air snippets of his private life and also reflect on what it means to be an Argentine living abroad.
About Fernando Rodil
Fer is an Argentinian storyteller, director, and writer with over 14 years of experience in theatre. He has written for tv series for different streaming platforms, including HBO and Amazon Prime. Fer now lives in the Netherlands and performs and teaches comedy. He co-created Training for the end of the world, a site-specific performance, and directed What happened to Mark?, a storytelling/theatre blend. Both shows have been booked for several festivals across the Netherlands.