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Igor Vrebac
Igor Vrebac
Bosnian-Dutch Igor Vrebac (1986) graduates in 2012 with a degree in acting and directing at the Amsterdam School of the Arts. Since then he has performed within theatre companies such as DOX and Toneelgroep Oostpool and has worked with Norwegian director Øystein Johansen on four productions between 2012 and 2015.

To deepen his organic and physical way of acting, he started following international workshops in the Chubbuck acting technique. Elisabet Sevholt and Romy Wuyts have been his teachers in the Netherlands as well as in Sweden. So aside to theatre, he was also seen in Dutch television series such as Noord/Zuid, Zwarte Tulp (S.2) and also in short and feature films such as INERTIA and The Windmill Massacre.

And since storytelling was his passion and goal, he also researched his own way of working in theatre. Between 2012 and 2016 he produced and performed three solo performances: James’ Dream for Over het IJ Festival; Homo Sapiens, which won the jury prize for ‘Best Short Performance’ at the Spanish ACT Festival in 2015; and My Father Was A Terrorist which was a co-production between Amsterdam’s RIGHTABOUTNOW Inc. and Contact Theatre in Manchester.

In 2016 he decided to take the step as a directing theatre maker. His debut Macho Macho premiered in September of the same year and received the ‘Dioraphte Best of Amsterdam Fringe’ award, travelled to the U.K. and South-Africa. In 2017 he made TRÆNS, a sexy ritual to expose the feminine and masculine. In fall 2018 a new production will premiere as part of his directing ambitions in artistic collaboration with production company De Nieuwe Oost in Arnhem.

Besides acting and theatre making, he also develops an arts festival in Arnhem, writes short film scenarios and gives workshops as well as theatrical coaching to performers of any kind.