Actor

Frieda Pittoors

Frieda Pittoors (1947) has been a member of the ITA-ensemble since 2005.

In season 21|22 she will perform in the premiere of The magic mountain (directors Aerts & Vinck) and in the revival of Children of Nora (director Robert Icke).

C.V.

Pittoors played before at ITA in Roman Tragedies (for which she received a Colombina nomination), Oedipus, After the Rehearsal / Persona, The things that pass, The Fountainhead, Small souls, Hedda Gabler, Queen Lear, The Russians, Tartuffe, Ubu, Antonioni Project, Teorema, Perfect wedding, Maeterlinck, Blood wedding, Children of the sun, Naar Damascus, Don Carlos, Hemel boven Berlijn and Huis van de toekomst.

In 2008 she was nominated for a Colombina for her part in Roman Tragedies. She received the Colombina in 2012 for her part in Tartuffe and in The Russians.

At the age of eight, Pittoors was already on stage in Belgium’s professional theatres. She could also be seen in Dutch theatres starting from the seventies with companies such as Proloog, Sater, Het Zuidelijk Toneel and Discordia. Before she started at TA, Pittoors played at ZT Hollandia. There she performed in plays such as De Leenane trilogie [The Leenane Trilogy], for which she was nominated for the Theo d'Or, Tim van Athene and Seemannslieder/Op hoop van zegen [Sea shanties/Here goes nothing].

AWARDS
2012
| Colombina | Tartuffe at Toneelgroep Amsterdam/NTGent
2012
| Colombina | De Russen! at Toneelgroep Amsterdam
2008
| nomination Colombina | Romeinse tragedies at Toneelgroep Amsterdam
2001
| nomination Theo d’Or | De Leenane trilogie at ZT Hollandia

Frieda Pittoors

WORK OUTSIDE ITA

2020
Flikken Maastricht | AVROTROS
Van Der Valk | Company Pictures
Grapefruit | Henry Disotuar

2019
Drunk History: Bezopen Verhalen | Tuvalu Media
Shorts after dark | Frederik de Wilde, Katarzyna Gondek, Wim Reygaert
Medulla | Rudi Brekelmans
Het geheime dagboek van Hendrik Groen | Omroep Max

2017
De dag dat mijn huis viel | Thessa Meijer
Joy Palace | Frederik de Wilde, Leen Vandereycken
Facades | Nathalie Basteyns, Kaat Beels

2016
Cordon | VTM
Brimstone | Martin Koolhoven
Den Elfde van den Elfde | VRT

2015
Cordon | VTM
Hallo Bungalow | Anne de Clercq

2014
De Ridder | VRT
Ramses | Michiel van Erp
Cordon | VTM
Onder het hart | Nicole van Kilsdonk

2012
Clan | Caviar Films
Allez Eddy | Gert Embrechts
Witse | VRT

2011
Lotus | Pascale Simons
Webcam | Marc van Uchelen

2010
Code Blue | Urszula Antoniak
Witse | VRT

2009
Brownian Movement | Nanouk Leopold
Oud Belgie | Eyeworks

2007
Het Lente Ritueel | Patrice Toye

2006
’n Beetje Verliefd | Martin Koolhoven
Stellenbosch | VPRO

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2005
Een Anders zijn Geluk | Fien Troch
Knetter | Martin Koolhoven

2004
Zeemansliederen / Op hoop van zegen | ZT Hollandia
Richard III | ZT Hollandia
Gezocht... man | Patrice Toyen

2003
Tim van Athene | ZT Hollandia

2002
Meisje | Dorothée Van den Berghe

2001
De Leenane trilogie | ZT Hollandia

2000
Bruxelles mon amour | Peter van de Kerkhoven
De bitterzoet | Johan Simons

1999
De bitterzoet | ZT Hollandia
Lena en Willem | ZT Hollandia
Zaanse nachten | Kees Hin

1998
Kaas | Orlow Seunke

1997
Menuet | ZT Hollandia
Karakter | Mike van Diem

1996
Trojaanse vrouwen | Zuidelijk Toneel

1995
Schijnsel | Frans van der Staak
Pleidooi | AVRO

1994
Exiles | Kaaitheater

1991
Wit spinrag | Frans van der Staak

1989
Oom Wanja | Discordia

1988
Bouwmeester Sollness | Discordia

Shows

Language NP Language no problem The Magic MountainITA–EnsembleTheater The Magic Mountain
Close The Magic Mountain ITA–Ensemble
12 Apr '22 to 01 May '22
Young Hans Castorp goes to a sanatorium in Davos, Switzerland, to visit his cousin. He plans to spend 3 weeks with him there, but will end up staying for 7 years. He meets a collection of eccentric figures. Through these encounters he slowly acquires a layered image of contradicting views on life.
Language NP Language no problem Children of Nora ITA-ensemble / Robert Icke Theater Children of Nora
Close Children of Nora ITA-ensemble / Robert Icke
06 Jan '22 to 16 Jan '22
Nora slams the door of her house, ending her marriage. It became one of the most famous final scenes in theater history. Robert Icke wrote and directed a sequel in which he shows how Nora's choices affect her children.