Amsterdam’s Theater Bellevue offers a stage to talented playwrights and has the mission of bringing new Dutch repertoire to theaters. Hannah van Wieringen (1982) writes a versatile collection that includes drama, prose and poetry. "Greedy, dancing phrases that suck you into the story," wrote De Standaard. Two friends meet. Thirteen times. In thirteen months. They see their lives on a terrace, the beach or in a sugar beet field. They discuss what concerns them in a slightly bittersweet way. Global warming, magenta trouser suits, octopuses, being in love ... Ordinary things actually. Between the lines they breathe together. Can a friendship be so intensely self-evident that you almost forget how special it is?