Jules Beckman

Jules Beckman, is an American interdisciplinary performing artist and teacher living in France since 2002. He has been making work collaboratively, teaching, and touring steadily in contemporary dance, performance and new circus since 1987. Read more

Anneke Bonnema

From 1982 to 1986 the Dutch Anna Sophia Bonnema studied at the theatre school in Amsterdam. She staged several plays and also wrote a great many, including De bomen het bos, staged with the Nieuw West theatre company, and Tegenmaat. Read more

Hans Petter Dahl

From 1987 to 1995, Hans Petter Dahl worked with the Norwegian company Bak-Truppen. In 1995, together with Anna Sophia Bonnema, he founded the L & O Amsterdam performance group. Read more

Misha Downey

Misha Downey was born in Leicester in England. He trained at the London Contemporary Dance School from 1989 to 1992. Read more

Julien Faure

Julien Faure, born in France, studied performing arts at INSAS in Brussels from 1995 till 1998. After his studies he worked with Pierre Droulers on Multim in Parvo (1998) a creation for the KunstenFESTIVALdesArts. Read more

Nicolas Field

Born in London Hounslow in 1975, Nicolas Field arrives in Switzerland at age 6 and grows up between Basel and Geneva. He starts playing the drums at 12 and starts discovering over the years the massive potential of the instrument. Read more

Yumiko Funaya

Yumiko Funaya was born in Japan and studied dance at the Japan Woman’s College of Physical Education in Tokyo (2002-2004). In 2004 she entered P.A.R.T.S. Read more

Benoît Gob

Benoît Gob studied painting at the academy of art in Liège and then continued studying at INSAS in Brussels. In 1998 he joined Wim Vandekeybus’ dance company Ultima Vez and danced in several productions including The day of heaven and hell, In spite of wishing and wanting and Inasmuch as life is borrowed. Read more

Ludde Hagberg

Ludde Haberg, born in Sweden, studied dance at the Swedish Ballet School. He worked for several years with The Royal Swedish Ballet (1991-1995) and afterwards with Carte Blanche (1995-1999) in Norway. Read more

Sung-Im Her

Sung-Im Her is born in South Korea. She studied contemporary dance at Han-Sung University in Seoul and then worked with JI-Gu dance theater for 6 years. Read more

Muriel Herault

After her Plastic Arts studies, Muriel Hérault – born in France – took dance courses in the Faculté de Danse, at the University Paris IV Sorbonne from 1983 to 1986. Then she followed classes at the Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d'Angers from 1986 to 1988. Read more

Romy Louise Lauwers

Romy Louise Lauwers studied dance at secondary arts school in Brussels. She has already worked with Inne Goris on Naar Medea (2008), with Peter Seynaeve onmondays (2010) and betty & morris (2011) and with Abattoir Fermé onApocalypso (2012). Read more

Lot Lemm

Lot Lemm has worked at Needcompany since 1993. She initially started as costume designer on various productions including Le Voyeur (1994), Le Pouvoir (1995), Needcompany’s Macbeth (1996), Le Désir (1996), Caligula (1997), The Snakesong Trilogy (1998), Morning Song (1999), Needcompany’s King Lear (2000), Images of Affection (2002), Goldfish Game (langspeelfilm, 2002), No Comment, Isabella’s Room (2004) and The Lobster Shop (2006), The Deer House (2008), The art of entertainment (2011), Marketplace 76 (2012), Begin the Beguine (2014) The blind poet (2015), War and turpentine (2017) and All the good (2019) all by Jan Lauwers, and All is Vanity (2006) with Viviane De Muynck. Read more

Simon Lenski

Simon Lenski studied the cello at the Conservatoire in Antwerp. He is a cofounder of Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung (DAAU). Read more

Elik Niv

Elik Niv is a dancer, performer and choreographer. He was born in Israel and studied dance at the Sadana Performing Arts School in Kibbutz Ga’aton. Read more

Louise Peterhoff

Louise Peterhoff, born in Sweden, studied dance at The Royal Swedish Ballet School and theater at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. She started working with The Royal Swedish Ballet in contemporary and classical repertory (1997-1998). Read more

Emmanuel Schwartz

The actor, writer, director and musician Emmanuel Schwartz creates his own work for the theatre and has already collaborated with several directors: Serge Denoncourt, Jean Baudin, Claude Poissant, Geoffrey Gaquère, Dave St. Peter, Marc Beaupre, Alice Ronfard, Choynière Olivier, Denis Villeneuve, Todd Haynes, Eric John and Wajdi Mouawad. Read more

Taka Shamoto

Taka Shamoto was born in Sendai, Japan. At the age of three, she started to dance at the Sendai City Ballet School. Read more

Mohamed Toukabri

Born in Tunis, Mohamed Toukabri began dancing at age 13, starting with break dance. Later he joined the Sybel Ballet Theatre led by Syhéme Belkhodja. Read more

Catherine Travelletti

Catherine Travelletti graduated at the Haute Ecole de Théâtre de Suisse Romande in 2008. She has worked with Eric Vigner, Ingrid Von Wantoch Rekowsky, Mathieu Bertholet and Claudia Bosse among others. Read more

Inge Van Bruystegem

Inge Van Bruystegem studied dance at the London Contemporary Dance School (1996-99), followed by various workshops in Antwerp, Vienna, Luxemburg, London and elsewhere. She worked as a photographic model for several years, but in the meantime participated in several projects: performances including wolv goes international (2002) with Veronika Zott in Vienna, drindrunkmehr (2003) for the Tanzqwartier Wien, Pasavoir (L’Aeronef/Victoria, 2001), Aarschot-Mechelen (Gand Cru, 2004) and a guest performance in Project 1 (Poni, 2004). Read more

Rombout Willems

Rombout Willems is a musician and composer. He lives and works in Haarlem. Read more

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