Janni Goslinga

Janni Goslinga (1969) has joined the ensemble in 1995.

In season 20|21 she will perform in the premieres of Flight 49 (director Simon Stone) and Age of Rage (director Ivo van Hove) and in the revivals of The hidden force and The things that pass.


She played before at the ensemble in The Fountainhead, Antigone-Kreon-Oedipus, All my sons, Antonioni Project, Glengarry Glen Ross, Summer trilogy, True love, The pelican, Mourning becomes Electra, The seagull, The Russians!, Disgrace, Othello, The Entertainer, Queen Lear, Cries and whispers, Nora, Liliom, Opening Night, A Streetcar Named Desire (Colombina), Perfect wedding, Denne, Huis van de toekomst, Drie zusters, Romeo en Julia, In two minds, Con amore, Mind the gap, Ruigoord, True love, Zonder titel, Stalker, Angst en ellende in het rijk van Kok, Closer, Oom Wanja, De meisjeskamer, Herakles, Zinsbegoocheling, Een soort Hades, Licht, Voorjaarsontwaken, Prometheus, Srebrenica!, Streetcar and Ilias. Goslinga was awarded the Colombina 2008 for her role in A Streetcar named Desire.

In addition to her work for the ensemble, Goslinga appeared in various television programmes such as Daar vliegen de panters (See the panthers fly) and Ernstige delicten (Serious offences), and in films such as De Noorderlingen (The Northerners) and Hoe overleef ik mezelf(How do I survive myself), as well as in some plays with other companies such as Nu (Now) at De Balie.

Janni Goslinga


Amsterdam FM - Bevangen door De dingen die voorbijgaan - 1 feb 18
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The Fifth Wall - Women on Shakespeare: Janni Goslinga on Margaret - 3 nov 16
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Parool - Mijn eerste week - 15 mei 15
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Trouw - Mijn eerste baan - 14 jun 14
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Language NP Language no problem Age of Rage Age of Rage
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 The things that passITA–EnsembleTheater The things that pass
Close The things that pass ITA-ensemble / Toneelhuis / Ivo van Hove
After The hidden force, Ivo van Hove made a second adaptation of a novel by Couperus: The things that pass, this time a coproduction with Toneelhuis (Antwerp).