Actor

Achraf Koutet

Achraf Koutet (1995) has joined the ITA ensemble in season 18|19.

In season 20|21 he will perform in the premieres of Flight 49 (director Simon Stone), Age of Rage (director Ivo van Hove), Romeo and Juliet (director Michiel van Erp) and the ITALive of Roman Tragedies (director Ivo van Hove). Previously Koutet played in Dead in Venice, The Wood, The Homecoming and The cherry orchard.

Koutet graduated from the Utrecht Theatre School. He has appeared in Exact at Theatergroep DOX, wrote and played the solo Een wedstrijd and acted in TV series such as A'dam - E.V.A., Jeuk, Flikken Maastricht, Het land van Lubbers and Mocro Maffia.

Achraf Koutet: 'I feel incredibly privileged to have received the opportunity and the trust of Ivo van Hove to join his company so early in my acting career. I cannot wait to work with him and all those great actors. A little boy's dream is coming true!'

Shows

Language NP Language no problem Flight 49ITA–EnsembleTheater Flight 49
Close Flight 49 ITA-ensemble / Simon Stone
Flight 49 brings people together after a plane crash. Strangers seek support from each other after the loss of their loved ones, friends, family members. The Australian director Simon Stone was inspired by motifs from Herman Heijermans' classic Op hoop van zegen.
Language NP Language no problem Romeo and JuliaITA–EnsembleTheater Romeo and Julia
Close Romeo and Julia ITA-ensemble / Michiel van Erp
14 Nov '20 to 16 May '21
Even those who have never seen Shakespeare's most famous love drama on stage, know the story of the great love between the star crossed lovers and its fatal outcome.
Language NP Language no problem Age of Rage Age of Rage
Language NP Language no problem ITALive: Roman TragediesITA–EnsembleTheater ITALive: Roman Tragedies
Close ITALive: Roman Tragedies ITA–Ensemble
In Roman tragedies, Ivo van Hove and Jan Versweyveld have created a unique arena in which Shakespeare speaks about our time more than ever and the political game in all its facets. More than five hours of theater in a marathon.