Paul Röttger

Paul Röttger Paul Röttger is a theatre maker, actor, teacher and director of Theater Babel Rotterdam. He graduated in 1976 from the Arnhem Theater School. The first two years he played a lot in film and television productions, the most famous of which was “Oorlog’s winter”, in which he played the role of Michiel van…

Jonny Cotsen

Jonny Cotsen Jonny Cotsen was born in Cardiff, Wales. Jonny is a qualified graphic designer and teacher but has left his professional career to develop himself as a performance artist, facilitator and consultant for inclusion in the arts. Jonny developed and wrote the Arts Council Wales Toolkit for venues and theatre companies, which provides a…

HNTOnbeperkt

HNTOnbeperkt The National Theater makes unlimited theatre accessible to people with disabilities with HNTOnbeperkt. By making adjustments, theatre visits become possible for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or visually impaired. Since the pilot year in 2018, a lot of knowledge has been gained with the help of the Bartiméus Fund, HandicapNL and…

Vincent Bendervoet

Vincent Bendervoet     Vincent Bendervoet is well-established within the Dutch theatre scene; having been involved in productions since early 2009. After following four years of actor training at the Theaterschool de Trap, Bendervoet had his first professional performance at 17 with the Toneelgroep Amsterdam. Growing up visually impaired, Bendervoet attended both a regular primary…

Athena Stevens

Athena Stevens Athena Stevens is an acclaimed writer, performer director and social activist. She is the Artistic Director of Aegis Productions Ltd, the writer in residence at the Finborough Theatre and Creative Council member and Associate Artist at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. In 2011 Athena made her west end debut, as a writer and actress, in…

Miss Jacqui

Miss Jacqui Miss Jacqui, a Poet and Songwriter, always tries to challenge societal perceptions. A wheelchair user herself, Miss Jacqui wants her poetry and music to help her listeners see the world differently, and inspire others to feel confident in being themselves. She has performed at various locations like the 2012 Paralympic Team Welcoming Ceremonies,…

Retirement Elske van Holk-van Eysinga 

A warm goodbye to Elske, STET’s longtime artistic director   This last year brought many changes to the theatre world, and we are not done. As STET’s founder and longtime artistic director Elske van Holk-van Eysinga is going on retirement, she is succeeded by Tom Dello, our new artistic director. On June 23, we said…

Onias Landveld | Theater voor Keti Koti 2021

Theater voor Keti Koti 2021   To whom ever it may concern by Onias Landveld For Theater voor Keti Koti, many theatres across the Netherlands present programmes about the Dutch history of slavery and colonialism on 30 June and 1 July. At STET, we participated in this important event by making a perfomancevideo with actor…

Open up | June Newsletter

Open up The theatre world is opening up and we are happy to offer you one last STET show before the summer break on the 4th of July. With four amazing artists in the open air, it is the perfect programme to close off this theatre season with a bang. And that’s not all. Behind the scenes, we have…

We’re back! | May Newsletter

WE’RE BACK! After almost half a year we are so excited to welcome you all back to the theatre! We just couldn’t wait until next season so we snuck in a few more corona-proof shows before the summer break. As you may notice, our programme and visual appearance has taken new directions, thanks to our new…