STET’s Greenhouse is a place for performers to grow. Each year we present experimental work by up-and-coming talent, alongside established performers. You get to see a diverse selection of the best new theatre, dance, music and storytelling while walking through the beautiful garden of the Hof van Wouw. Scroll down to see the lineup of this year’s performers.
Click here to see last year’s programme.
Hof van Wouw
The Hof van Wouw is a beautiful garden in the center of The Hague with a lovely piece of local history. The place consists of several Almshouses and was founded in 1647 by Cornelia van Wouw for the purpose of providing accommodation for single women.
Learn more about it here.
Kalib Batta – Spoken Word
Kalib Batta is an Afro-Carribean, polyamorous, panromantic, demisexual, nongender artist and writer, who seeks to aid in the destruction of the mantle of patriarchy and all its instruments… and tries to find community, truth and responsibility through art, in the redefining of healing.
Alex Baggett – Theatre
Alex is a professional actor from Colorado living full-time in Amsterdam who is passionate about making Shakespeare understandable, accessible and therefore fun for everybody. Alex has also partnered with STET with whom he has conducted over a dozen theatre workshops for children and teenagers across the Netherlands.
This performance by Alex is a piece on Shakespeare’s Henry V.
Kitchen’s Light is a performance project exploring sign language use in the arts.
The aim of the Kitchen’s Light project is to promote access to and visibility of cultural expressions in Dutch Sign Language (NGT) together with young deaf culture makers, sign language artists and social partners. Central to this project is the agency of young deaf culture makers in discovering and deepening their creative talents. This performance is in Dutch Sign Language and English speaking interpreter will be present.
Bahghi – Music
Bahghi sings with her angelic voice and gently guides you into her world. With her wide imagination she takes you on a ride; whether somewhere outside, inside of her room, or within herself. Bahghi songs are written to lift herself up, give voice to the ocean of emotions and give birth to the world she longs to see.
Nimo Hersi is an artist of signed word, translator in Dutch sign language and very active in the deaf community. She will perform Bahghi’s music in sign language.
For this show, STET is grateful for the support of:
Municipality of The Hague
Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten
Stichting Sint Nicolaas Gasthuis