Paul van Vliet, took over last year after a career of sixty years, will officially bid farewell to the theatre, but in december and January, however, with a musical performance on the shelves, said the 84-year-old comedian on Monday’s broadcast of the Sides.
The new show tells the story Of van Vliet about his past, and he will read, amongst others, for out of his collection of Letters to God and other people. In addition, he sings songs, accompanied by the Arctic philharmonic Orchestra.
“When I retired, I gave up on that, and I open the door just a crack for it if there is something in my path. And that is exactly the case. We are going for nine productions of the country,” says Van Vliet.
The public will have to make do without the characters, as the Commandant of the process. “They’ve had time. You should not repeat it,” says Van Vliet, who will be assuming the role of his alter ego, Charles Tetterloo. “It’s about my own age, so that, in the spirit of the time.”