STET's mission is to stimulate and provide high-quality professional English language theatre in the Netherlands. Our theatre is based in the very international city of The Hague and its surrounding area with interesting locations and venues.
Our successful STET Education department is in touch with over 300 international and Dutch schools nationwide. Yearly over 2500 students at primary and secondary level are involved in STET education programmes. Theatre education has proved to be a unique way of learning, gaining insights in drama techniques, storytelling, communication and most importantly learning about oneself.
Since 2013 STET Education offers workshops and performances at schools or in the theatre, and since 2016 we also have open workshops for individuals led by international performers. We highly value the direct contact with teachers, students and audience members.
STET Education is proud to offer English language performances and activities. We offer two primary school shows, both are possible to book in English and Dutch. "Night Travel" is a personal refugee story by Sahand Sahebdivani storyteller and "Magical Storytelling" is an intimate session of lovely stories told by Caja van der Poel. In 2019-2020 we are happy to also offer "American Tales untold II" by Jeremiah Fleming for secondary schools. This compilation of stories explores the themes discrimination and intolerance spreading all over Europe and America towards immigrants. The workshop can be complimented by an interactive workshop further exploring the theme.
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