Tom Struyf (°1983) is a theater maker, author and landscape designer. In his work he invites the audience to join him on a personal and sincere quest. Recurring themes are the merging of fiction and fact, our relationship to the past and future in a rapidly evolving world, and the impact of change on people and communities on a small and large scale. Tom is a storyteller with a modern touch, using mixed media. His performances are a cross-over form of theater, documentary and lecture performance, and flirt with genres such as detective fiction, coming of age, and roadmovies.
Tom graduated as an actor at the Toneelacademie Maastricht (NL) and as a landscape designer at Van Hall Larenstein in Velp (NL). His performances The Tatiana Aarons Experience (2010), Act to Forget (2012), and Another great year for fishing (2014) have been playing for several years both nationally and internationally. In the current theater season Tom will be performing together with his sister Hanne in Animal, a youth theater piece about the relationship between humans and animals. He will also continue work on Willard - a long-term documentary theater project about a small town in upstate New York.
Willem De Maeseneer
Willem De Maeseneer (°1985) graduated in philosophy in 2007 from the KULeuven. Since then he has worked freelance for television and scenarist. Ever since Act to forget (2012), Willem supports Tom Struyf during the creation of performances as a dramaturgist and theatre maker.
Geert De Vleesschauwer
Geert De Vleesschauwer (°1984) graduated as an audiovisual technician in 2005 from the Narafi, Brussels. Since then he has worked as a cameraman, editor, technician and video-expert for a variety of theatre groups. Since Act to forget (2012), Geert cooperates intensively on the creation of performances by Tom Struyf.