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Terence Patra

What’s your name?


Where were you born?

The Netherlands.


What’s your profession?



Since when?

A long time ago.


What do you like most about your profession?

The challenges.


What’s your hobby?

Making music, soccer and drawing from time to time.


Which property to a person is important for you?

Working together, pushing your boundaries.


Who do you admire?

Paul Röttger.


What’s your most prominent characteristic?



What do you want to tell the world?

Theatre is a craft.


What do you want to learn?

To direct.


What do you like most about your appearance?

My hair.


For what can we wake you up?

More sleep.


What’s your most precious possession?

My burnt clothes.


What’s your most beautiful memory?

A show in the red mill, our pictures in the toilet and the reactions of the visitors.


What’s your saddest memory?

That Koert, our former director, had to quit.


When were you happiest?

When we performed in Liège with Theater Maatwerk, and when I met my first love.


Why did you cry, the last time you cried?

I’m not going to say.


Who would you like to have dinner with?

I didn’t think about that yet.