⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ”Gratitude. Deep gratitude. That’s what you feel after having seen The Art Of Dying.” Berlingske Tidende
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “You’ll die laughing. Here, laughter and pain are twin-sisters. Without words they take us through the whole spectre of our feelings in nuanced reflections about the ground-conflicts of life. Simply world-class.” Politiken
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“Two Big Clowns … It is a grand, hilarious and touchy little performance, the two mega-talented comedians, have made…Elegant, over the edge, technically tight, funny, charming, capturing, deep without being heavy.” Jyllands Posten
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“Magical clowning. They are clowns, they are mime-artists, they are dancers – they are wonderful. Their names are Paolo Nani and Kristján Ingimarsson, and in 80 minutes they play a fully magical, nonverbal, little performance, which totally absorbs your senses and entertains you. …the performance is a wonder of precision and magic.” B.T.
In 70 minutes of wordless hilarity, and tenderness, The Art of Dying explores the big taboo issue we all have to face but want to ignore. Paolo Nani and Kristján Ingimarsson are two clowns, a long-standing double act at the peak of their career. They have been together since they were little, but suddenly one of them learns he is going to die. How does a clown die? Are there any instructions? How to die politely, without making a mess? And does it really have to be in the middle of a successful tour? With nothing to lose, it’s time to enjoy the ‘NOW’ as never before. But in the fantastic mystery of Life Before Death, nothing is quite straightforward…