Mart van den Hout
Most recently Mart was playing the part of 'Koning Louis' in the musical 'Doornroosje'
Mart studied Performing Arts at the Fontys Conservatorium in Tilburg, Department 'Muziek Theater', from which he graduated in June 2008.
Even before Mart started his artistic training at the Fontys conservatorium, he participated in multiple artistical projects. Between 2003 and 2007, he performed in various shows at "Het Land van Ooit" like for instance Kerstshow@ooit in which he played the role of 'Jean d'Orange'.
Within the same period, Mart also interpreted the role of 'Bella La Della' in a family musical entitled Basje Barriton, showing a genuine passion and interest for Performing Arts.
Mart appeared in several school productions produced by the Fontys Dansacademie such as: Midzomernachtsdroom, directed by Roeland Vos, playing the parts of 'Oberon' and 'Spie'. In 2006, Mart performed both as Ensemble and as 'Jerome' in the musical Merrely we Roll Along, directed by Julia Bless.
Later that year, Mart was to be seen as 'The King' in Mc Bitch, directed by Roeland Vos.
In 2007, Mart performed the role of 'Warden' in the musical Kiss of the Spiderwoman, directed by Jasper Verheugd. Subsequently, he played the part of 'Tom Collins' in a musical directed by Koen van Dijk entitled Rent.
Mart made his professional debut in the musical industry in "De Vliegende Hollander" as Ensemble. This M-LAB production was directed by Koen van Dijk and was a workshop representation, allowing Mart to make his first steps in the professional world.
Other Theatre credits includes: The part of Beadle in the musical Sweeny Todd, directed by Paul Eenens, Us Franz and Max in VenV Entertainment's musical The Sound of Music and Boer Bart in Mark Vijn's Biba Boerderij. Most recently Mart was playing the part of Baron/Vader van Soraya, in the theatre production Bende van de Korenwolf.link: de vliegende Hollander
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