A noble tale about a boy in klompen (clogs in Dutch) on an epic adventure to find true love, and all its treasures that lie beyond moeder’s molen (mother’s windmill). A great battle brews between the mighty will of a shrimpy boy, and the dark magic of steamy, hot liefde (love).

Adults Only
Comedy, Solo Performance, Theatre, Storytelling
Savoy Denver
2700 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205

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Blaise Wopperer (25) is a New York native, based in Brooklyn, NY. He received his BFA in Acting at SUNY Purchase in 2018, and his clown diploma at Ecole Philippe Gaulier in 2021. Since then, he has been involved in several performance projects in and around New York, as a collaborating artist at Mabou Mines, The Center of Artistic Development at Calgary, and Theatre For A New City. Not only is he the co-founder of UK/American theatre company PORRIDGE AFTER MEAT, but he also enjoys long-distance running, tabouli, and disturbing the neighborhood peace, by playing his miniature saxophone.

Absolutely amazing! From the creative writing, mesmerizing story telling, inventive props and powerful acting this show is a must see. You will laugh you ass off from start to finish!
From the zany costumes to the incredible storytelling, I was sucked in from the very start. I laughed my socks off! By the end, the only thing I wanted in the world was to watch it again.
This show is a delight from the first entrance to the last moment. Highly interactive, full of theatrical tricks and surprises. It's not just a one person show where stories are told or a parade of characters presented, but a world is built. Very fucking funny. Go see Hans take his journey!
Fucking funny. Haven’t laughed that much in a long time. Highly highly recommend.
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Savoy Denver

2700 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: The main entrance is on 27th Ave. 

Parking: Street parking is available on neighboring streets

Accessibility: Ramps, elevator and ADA bathrooms  

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show