In this next episode of Shonaleigh’s acclaimed Gem cycle, Prince Rahab’s kingdom is threatened. The power which, from the beginning of time, has held destructive waters in check depends on the inscription of an unutterable name, and the name is being erased. Rahab and his Queen must make a sacrifice to save the kingdom, but the prince has been imprisoned by a woman who has been done a terrible wrong, and the queen is on a quest to find him.
The Cycle of Menasseh, to which the Emerald Sea belongs, originated around 1600 in the Dutch region of Apeldoorn, which is very close to Zwolle, the hometown of Production House The Storyboat. This cycle contains hundreds of stories belonging to the Jewish heritage in the Netherlands. As they are barely known in the Netherlands, Production House The Storyboat offers a magnificent chance to bring home this oral tradition that flourished for centuries in the ‘Low Countries’. In non-pandemic times, Production House The Storyboat presents the complete cycles of the Drut’syla tradition to audiences in and around the Netherlands in three-day weekend sessions called Tellers, Tales and Tradition every spring and autumn in the city of Zwolle.
Due to continuous uncertainties around travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic, Production House The Storyboat has decided to offer an online version of a Tellers, Tales and Tradition weekend.
Book tickets for the whole event (three evening tellings plus a late night show ending at 10pm CEST on the Wednesday) for €44