NINA FELDMAN Founding Artist and Director
Nina is a multidisciplinary artist whose work focuses on socio-political issues and their impact on each of us. Her practice has developed from the perspective of South African political theatre, through contemporary performance and wanting to find her own way of working within a pressurised urban environment.
DEBORA MINÀ Founding Artist and Director
Debora is an Italian theatre maker and facilitator. Influenced by a background in Anthropology, her work is concerned with intercultural dialogue, belonging, and how the creative process can contribute to the expansion of identity. She works in London and internationally in theatre for social change for Pan Intercultural Arts, and she is a visiting tutor at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
GENEVIEVE MAXWELL Artist/Ensemble
Genevieve is a director, choreographer and interdisciplinary performance artist with a background in contemporary dance, theatre, anthropology and neuroscience. She collaborates and performs with a variety of high profile artists including a longstanding relationship with Lundahl & Seitl (with whom she tours internationally) and has extensive experience of workshop facilitation including work with young people who’ve undergone severe trauma.
CAROLIN OTT Artist/Ensemble
Carolin is a bilingual German performer, deviser and theatre maker and is Lecoq and classically trained. She is a strong believer that theatre is and can be for everyone, and is interested in using different mediums to create stories and ask questions.
JEN PLANTS Artist/Ensemble
Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing and Interdisciplinary Theatres Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jen is a performer, deviser and director. She earned her MFA at the Florida State University/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, founded the theatre program at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, and focuses her practice on ways theatrical performance can combat binary “othering.”
LIZZIE SELLS Artist/Ensemble
A dancer by training, Lizzie works as a performer, movement educator and collaborator in diverse cultural projects. She has worked as an interpreter of Tino Sehgal’s situations since 2012 and currently teaches dance to children, as well as movement coaching actors, singers and musicians.
IRENE WERNLI Artist/Ensemble
Irène is a collaborative performance deviser working across the genres of dance and theatre. She teaches movement across London, guest lectures at New Bucks University, and is currently studying Creative Producing for Live Performance and Theatre at Birkbeck University, London.
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