Lisbeth Gruwez

Lisbeth Gruwez studied at the Royal Ballet School of Antwerp and at P.A.R.T.S. and started her professional career with Ultima Vez in The Day of Heaven and Hell, a project around Pasolini. From 1999, she worked with Jan Fabre on productions such as As long as the world needs a warrior's soul, Je suis sang and the famous solo Quando l'uomo principale è una donna. She also worked with Jan Lauwers, Grace Ellen Barkey, Riina Saastamoinen, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Peter Verhelst, among others. She also starred in Lost Persons Area, Caroline Strubbe's first feature film.

Besides her work for Voetvolk, Lisbeth regularly gives workshops and other forms of artistic advice and coaching. She is one of the "KVS faces", the open ensemble of artists and thinkers attached to the Royal Flemish Theatre of Brussels.