Hélène Devos

Hélène Devos (1989) joined the ensemble of ITA in 2010.

In season 21|22 she will perform in the premieres of Sleeping beauties (director Julien Gosselin) and The magic mountain (directors Aerts & Vinck) and in the revival of Age of rage (director Ivo van Hove).


Devos played before at ITA in Oedipus, Kings of war, Roman Tragedies, Husbands and wives, Freud, Small souls, Othello, Ibsen house, The Fountainhead, The glass menagerie,The hidden force, The seagull, The pelican, Opening Night, The miser, The Russians!, Angels in America, The taming of the shrew, Mourning becomes Electra, A bride in the morning, Liliom, Queen Lear and And we will never be parted.

Devos graduated in 2011 from the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp and made her film debut in 2016 with Belgica (director Felix van Groeningen).

| nomination Ensor | Belgica


Baptiste | BBC
Baantjer, het begin | Arne Toonen
Nesting | Alex Verhaest
De luizenmoeder | VTM

Downside Up | Peter Ghesquière


Belgica | Felix van Groeningen

De Ridder | VRT

Witse | VRT


Language NP Language no problem Sleeping beautiesITA–EnsembleTheater Sleeping beauties
Close Sleeping beauties ITA–Ensemble
19 Jan '22 to 06 Feb '22
In the novel The House of the Sleeping Beauties by Japanese Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata, a man named Eguchi frequents a unique, secret place. Here, elderly and impotent men get to sleep next to young, naked women who have been sedated with sleeping pills.
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 age of rageITA–EnsembleTheater age of rage
Close age of rage ITA-ensemble / Ivo van Hove
08 Dec '21 to 23 Dec '21
In Age of Rage, Ivo van Hove tells a primordial story of how revenge haunts and wrecks successive generations. This performance is in line with earlier large-scale social productions such as Roman tragedies and Kings of war.