Arne Luiting 1991) graduated from the Lucia Marthas Institute for Performing Arts in Amsterdam in 2014. During his studies he appeared in the musicals Yab Yum het Circus van de Nacht and Winter Efteling. He also danced in Saturday Night FeverPriscilla Queen of the DesertGrease and Symphonica in Rosso. After graduation, he appeared in the Indonesian film Negeri van Oranje, directed by Endri Pelita, as well as in the Dutch television film Edgie, directed by Eddy Terstall. In 2015 he was accepted as a Drama student at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK) in Ghent, where he worked and performed in various graduation projects. During this time he was able to evolve more and more as a creator-performer. In 2017 he appeared in Leuven in Laurian Callebout’s graduation piece for his Master’s degree, entitled VLOED, directed by Gregory Caers. He also appeared in Mole Wetherwell’s Boys will be girls and girls will be boys at the Flare Festival in Manchester. After two years’ study in Ghent, he went to the School of Acting (ArtEZ) in Arnhem for a term. While there, he worked with Maureen TeeuwenJoep van der Geest and others. In 2018 he will graduate as a creator-performer in Cosìunder the direction of Tom Goossens.