Jip van den Dool
Jip van den Dool (1992) grew up in Groningen. After his theatre training at De Noorderlingen, he immediately moved on to Toneelacademie Maastricht. He debuted at Toneelgroep Amsterdam in 2014 with a part in Mary Stuart and played in Queen Lear.
In season 16|17 he can be seen in the premieres The things that pass (director Ivo van Hove) and Emilia Galotti (director Maren E. Bjørseth) and the revivals The hidden force, The kindly ones and Kings of war.
Van den Dool has worked on projects with Carine Crutzen, Sofie Sente, Domien van der Meiren and Fania Sorel. Jip has played with companies that include Young Gangsters, Matzer Theaterproducties and is part of theatre collective Lars Doberman, creating performances at Orkater. Together with Nick Bos and Mathieu Wijdeven, he is the founder of performance collective Firma DRAAK.
In addition to theatre, music is a great interest of his. With his love for jazz, Jip plays the saxophone, bass guitar, double bass, piano, drums and guitar, and also sings.