As her passion for writing grew stronger over time, she decided to create her first ‘long’ solo called ‘My Electric House’ with music composed by Mascha van Nieuwkerk and Vincent Vernerie as stage advisor. The first viewing of the show was presented in the Beatrix Theatre in Utrecht for two thousands seats.
Movies that touched her: Nights of Cabiria by Federico Fellini, My life as a dog by Lasse Hallström, Arrival by Denis Villeneuve, Scent of a woman by Martin Brest, As it is in heaven by Kay Pollak, Centaur by Aktan Arym Kubat, Dog day afternoon by Sidney Lumet, The Motorcycle Diaries by Walter Salles and the documentary My Octopus Teacher by Pippa Ehrlich.
“Ilse Krabben is a comedic and dramatic force of nature. Rarely have I met an artist so uncompromising in her commitment to honesty, and boundless in her creativity. There’s more to Ilse then meets the eye.”
~ Jon Levin, Co-Artistic Director, Sinking Ship Productions, NYC.