Mitch Van Landeghem (Antwerp, 1996) graduated in 2020 with a master's degree in Drama at the Royal Conservatory in Ghent, Belgium as a performer, creator and writer. He played in a diverse amount of productions, like The Big Drop-Out (Hof van Eede), £¥€$ (Ontroerend Goed), Don Juan (Deschonecompanie), Human Landscapes - Book I & II (Michiel Vandevelde), Tristano (Ensembletheater Antwerpen) and Familie Grrr (De Nwe Tijd/Hetpaleis). Mitch is also part of the performance group Camping Sunset, with whom he created the productions Zomergasten, Happiness and the trilogy Ten Oorlog. With his company WOLF WOLF, he created and performed new versions of Albee’s Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Wedekind’s Voorjaarsontwaken. Together with writer and performer Carine van Bruggen, he started a new group called Disappear Here, where they write and play new texts like The Rules of Attraction and Eindelijk. Since 2022, Disappear Here is temporarily part of theatre company DE HOE, a fusion of companies Hof van Eede and Compagnie De KOE and alternating young companies as a third generations performers and writers.
Photo: Sebastian Steveniers