Arne Luiting, born in 1991, finished the dance academy Lucia Marthas in Amsterdam in 2014. During his degree he danced in the musicals Saturday Night Fever, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Grease, and Symphonica in Rosso. After he earned his degree in 2016, he moved to Belgium to start his second bachelor’s degree at KASK School of Arts. During his study Drama he took part in an Erasmus exchange programme at Artez Institute of Arts in Arnhem for six months to develop his acting skills.

In 2018 he earned his bachelor’s degree in Drama and finished KASK with the performance Cosi, directed by Tom Goossens and produced by Deschonecompanie. Immediately afterwards he started his Master’s degree Acting at Conservatorium in Antwerp. After one year he graduated with the Perfomance NACHTEN, directed by Benjamin Abel Meirhaeghe and produced by Muziektheater Transparant and d e t h e a t e r m a k e r.

Currently Arne is working as a choreographer, actor and dancer in several productions: The Importance of Being Flemish by Zuidpark, produced by Kunstencentrum Vooruit Gent (2020), The Happy Few directed by Randi de Vlieghe and produced by Bronks in Brussels (2021), Beat It directed by Gregory Caers and produced by Nevski Prospekt & Kollektiv F (2019) - this production will tour next season in Belgium and Switzerland. In the winter of 2021 he will start as a performer in the new production Medea, directed by Piet Artfeuille and produced by Malpertuis.

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