What we do

meet ndt

Meet NDT during one of the activities hosted by our Talent Development & Education department. Our activities make it possible for everyone to meet our company!

Every theater season we offer diverse well-known and new activities within our four categories: Talent, Schools, Kids & Families and With a love for dance. The activities have been developed to experience dance together, to inspire each other and above all: to have fun.


For questions or comments, please contact the Talent Development & Education department.

+3170 88 00 146 (during office hours)

School activities
+3170 88 00 146 (during office hours)

Summer Intensive
+3170 88 00 146 (during office hours)



Young, talented dancers get the opportunity to work with the repertoire of our choreographers in one of the workshops and projects of Talent. Together we discover possibilities, develop our dance talent and share the love for dance.

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For students of primary and secondary schools, we offer educational material and various activities that focus on modern dance and NDT.

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Kids & Families


Do you want to enjoy dance together? At NDT The whole family is welcome for fun (dance) activities during the theater season!

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With a love for dance


Amateur dance schools can become acquainted with NDT by participating in various workshops. For our theater audience we offer the opportunity to get to know NDT in person prior to a performance.

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Our team

Eva Monen

Manager Talent development & Education

Desirée Veraart

Talent development & Education

Iris Binnerts

Talent development & Education

Saskia Bosman

Talent development & Education

Lucie de Haas

Talent development & Education

Janneke Wienen

IT Manager | Talent development & Education

Jelle Verhoeff

Talent development & Education

Evelien Riemens

Medewerker Talentontwikkeling & Educatie

Linda van Dijk

Talent development & Education


The photos of the Talent Development & Education department were made by Sacha Grootjans.