The International Theater Amsterdam Foundation is a charity: the organization is classified as a cultural public benefit organization (ANBI). Your gift is therefore exempt from inheritance and gift tax.
The tax authorities ask for the RSIN of your ANBI in your tax return. That is for Stichting Internationaal Theater Amsterdam 814077821.
Internationaal Theater Amsterdam
NL - 1017 PK Amsterdam
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Goal, vision and mission
The International Theater Amsterdam Foundation strives for and aims to:
- producing, programming and presenting theater in the broadest sense of the word
- the organization and implementation of other cultural, artistic and educational projects
- the management and operation of the theater on Leidseplein in Amsterdam
- to participate, manage and supervise companies in any way for the purpose of the above description.
The foundation is not focused on making a profit.
ITA: a lighthouse for theater and dance at national and international level
The merger of Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam and Toneelgroep Amsterdam to International Theater Amsterdam (ITA) is the product of a joint vision for the future, in which a lighthouse of contemporary and international theater with a wingspan extends from the Amsterdam neighborhoods to the whole world burns in the heart of Amsterdam.
As a result of the merger, a unique theater has emerged on Leidseplein. ITA is a house where theater and company together form a large institution that programs, produces and inspires based on a contemporary vision. It is the home of an international repertoire company that manages to attract the largest international directors. In addition, we offer the best in the field of leading, large-scale, national and international theater and dance performances, in-depth programs around the shows and current affairs, youth theater and - incidentally - music theater.
We open windows and doors to bring the world in and introduce Amsterdam to them. Through the same open windows and doors we introduce the world to what Amsterdam is concerned with.
ITA is an interdisciplinary center that focuses on leading (inter) national theater makers and choreographers, contemporary theater and dance productions, supplemented with multidisciplinary theater / dance, in-depth programs around the performances and current affairs, youth theater and - incidentally - music theater.
Strong programming throughout the year, both in Amsterdam and in the rest of the Netherlands and the world, is ITA's mission. The combination of SSBA and TA in ITA creates added value through the connection of programming with production. Supply and demand are therefore perfectly matched, creating broader, all-embracing relationships with and between artists and the public; both nationally and internationally.
Organisation and governance
The Supervisory Board consists of:
- Marry de Gaay Fortman (chairman)
- Leontine van der Goes (vice chairman)
- Otto van der Harst
- Nelsje Musch
- Frank Haffmans
- Janneke van der Wijk
- Farid Tabarki
ITA has a three-membered board of directors that form a collegiate board. All are legally authorized and jointly have a shared final responsibility. All three directors are hierarchically directly under the supervision of the Supervisory Board. The management consists of:
- Margreet Wieringa
- Clayde Menso
- Ivo van Hove
The salary and the arrangement of the other terms and conditions of employment of the members of the board of management are determined by the Supervisory Board, with due observance of the applicable laws and regulations (Standardization of the remuneration of top officials in the public and semi-public sector).
Members of the Supervisory Board receive no remuneration for the performance of their duties. Costs incurred by members in the performance of their duties are reimbursed on an expense basis.
The employees of Internationaal Theater Amsterdam fall under the Collective Labor Agreement for Theater and Dance.
Code Cultural Governance
The Supervisory Board applies the Cultures Governance Code. It is a guiding tool for supervising the Supervisory Board. The management is responsible for the organization. The articles of association describe which decisions require the prior approval of the Supervisory Board, which clearly states the limits of the statutory authority of the management board. Financial control has been formalized through the adoption of regulations and the formation of an audit committee.