In 2019 the performers were:
The Belgium Team (Friday show)
At our Friday Night Solo Battle we will have a great team of Belgium actors. Johan Vantomme, Stijn van Autreve and Stefanie de Pauw. Some of you might know them as part of ‘Knip’ who won the NTT two years ago. They are physical, whimsical and well… Flamish. Which says a lot about their free minds. They perform solo in the Belgium Remi-spinoff concept ‘Only the Lonely’.
The Dutch Team (Friday show)
The Friday Night Solo Battle will be played by Marith Venderbosch, Ben van Bokhoven and Reinier Posthumus. These very experienced Dutch improvisers are funny, original and each have a strong and very different personality. They can transform from comedy to drama and back. So be prepared to be amazed.
Hans Koops (Ludo the Clown)
Hans Koops has his roots in the classical pantomime, before he was touched by the clown. His creation was formed in the theater, on the street, international festivals and within organizations. But always in direct contact with people. Like he still does, in his work as a Cliniclown in the hospital. This is how he improvises his life too. On stage and beyond. Time to enjoy the improvising clown.
Andy Eninger is a Los Angeles-based writer, improviser and trainer. He was the Head of the Writing Program for Second City’s Training Center from 2011 to 2016, and now travels for Second City Works creating workshops for corporations. He is the creator of “Sybil,” a solo improv format, and has taught and performed it around the world since 2001. He also loves to create written comedy through improv process. Some of his recent productions include: Total F*cking Fun, A solo show; Bandgeeks: A Halftime Musical (Music, Lyrics, Direction); A Woman’s Path (Direction); Steamworks! The Musical (Annoyance Theater), Baby Wine West (Improvisation); Pony Boy The Musical, and Pinque Pony, a comedy duo with his husband, John Loos. Andy was a founding member of GayCo Productions and Chicago’s Playground Theater.
Dave Morris is a speaker, teacher, and storyteller, but mostly he’s an improviser. He’s been teaching, producing and performing improvisation around Canada and the world for the last 20 years. He is the artistic director of the award-winning Paper Street Theatre co. in Victoria B.C., was a long-time volunteer and regional director for the Canadian Improv Games, and performs his one-man improvised storytelling shows to high acclaim. He has performed and taught at festivals around the world, including Seattle, London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Romania, Chicago, and many more across Canada.