“I didn’t want to harm him as director of De Studio”: writer Julie Cafmeyer explains why she wrote a column and pamphlet | Exclusively for subscribers

“I didn’t want to harm him as director of De Studio”: writer Julie Cafmeyer explains why she wrote a column and pamphlet | Exclusively for subscribers
“I didn’t want to harm him as director of De Studio”: writer Julie Cafmeyer explains why she wrote a column and pamphlet | Exclusively for subscribers
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“No one is angry, so we will try to find a solution together.” Theater maker Julie Cafmeyer (36) seems optimistic. Her accusation against Marc Verstappen, director of art house De Studio, for sexism and inappropriate flirting behavior has stirred emotions since last weekend. So much so that Verstappen has now been temporarily set aside as director by the De Studio arts center. “Society is not yet ready to talk about this in a broader way.” She tells her story.


Jasper Van Der Schoot

03-04-24, 11:30


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