Education - BA (hons) Acting. Luleå, Sweden 2007-2010.
Born 1982, trained as an actor in Sweden, 2010, and founding member of Det Ferösche Compagnie which performed “RAIN” at the Theatre Festival in Bogotá, Colombia 2016. Fluent in four languages including English I have worked as actor in Sweden, Faroe Islands. Since autumn 2015 I’ve been a part of the team of actors at the Århus Theater in Denmark, currently playing “A woman of no importance” by Oscar Wilde.Since 2010 I’ve managed several projects such as staged-reading festivals and collaborations on gastronomi and performance art and have received awards in the Faroe Islands and Sweden. I have taken part in The Voicestudio International workshops with Nadine George on four occasions. With the critically acclaimed show Terry's Saga, 2014, I introduced clown technique to the Faroe Islands directed by clownmaestro Mario Gonzalez.
Actress, Choreographer, Dancer
Education - BA (hons) in Contemporary Dance at The Place 2002-2005.
MA in European Classical Acting at London Drama Centre 2007-2008.
Born 1979, trained at London Contemporary Dance School, The Place, (Ba Hons) and at London Drama Centre (MA, she works as a choreographer, dancer, actress and theatre maker. She is working with different companies, touring around the world and has also played in several productions at the Faroese National Theatre. Moreover she is a founding member of Det Ferösche Compagnie, an experimental theatre group which finds inspiration in Faroese culture, myths, & sagas. They have recently performed at an international theatre festival in Bogotá. Kristina is based in Copenhagen. She is currently working on a big musical production in The Faroe Islands before she goes back to Copenhagen where she will be creating and performing in a new piece by the theatre group "The Livingstones Kabinet".
Composer, Producer, Sound Designer
BA (Hons) Music Technology degree at Thames Valley University 2006.
From 2006 – 2008 Jens worked as an engineer at Kensaltown Recording Studios, London. Jens has composed music for theatre, e.g. Det Färösche Compagnie, as well as soundtracks for various award winning short films by Rammatik and Heiðrik á Heygum. He has also composed and performed music for runway shows by avant-garde fashion designer Barbara í Gongini. Beside having toured all over the world with a number of artists, Jens is credited on over fifty album releases including releases by ORKA, Eivør Pálsdóttir, Hanus G. Johansen, Martha Wainwright, Sasha Siem and Travis. Jens won Prix Føroyar 2001, received the Student Achievement Award 2006 at Thames Valley University, was runner up for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2009, won 1st prize at Liet International 2010 and at Stockholm Fringe in 2015. ORKA was nominated for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2016.
BA (hons) in Graphic Design at The Sir John Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design 2011-2014
MA Graphic Design at Royal College of Art 2016 - current
Kirstin was born in 1987 in the Faroe Islands and has been living in London since 2009 where she started her studies within graphic design in 2011. When graduating from her BA Kirstin was exploring various aspects within the field of design working in her London based studio. She has been designing books, worked on textile prints with fashion designers, illustrated and created album artworks as well as video art. Kirstin is currently undertaking a Masters at the Royal College of Art.
Former clients include The Architectural Research Unit (ARU), Urbanista.org, The Cass, Vinti Andrews, Heavy London and Polimekanos Design Studio. Kirstin's work has been on display at The London Design Festival 2014, The Great Creator Expo Beijing 2015 as well as being featured on pages such as "It's Nice That" and "Arts Thread".
Born in the Faroe Islands, Samal Blak graduated in Design for Performance from Central Saint Martins. He was one of the individual winners of the Linbury Prize for Stage Design 2009. Subsequently he designed Verdi’s OTELLO for Birmingham Opera Company, directed by Graham Vick, nominated for the 2010 RPS music award for Opera and Music Theatre. Samal’s work was chosen to representing the UK as part of the ‘Make/Believe: UK Design for Performance 2011-2015′ exhibition at the V&A, previously at the Prague Quadrennial. Forthcoming work includes: Cosi Fan Tutti for Teatro Dell’Opera Di Roma.
Director & Actor
Danish director Nina Kareis is, together with Scottish composer Pete Livingstone, a founding member of the Livingstone Kabinet from 2000. They met in 1994 and started working together at the legendary Café Graffiti at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where Nina was the in-house compère. Livingstone Kabinet sees themselves as a collective of writers, composers, choreographers, performers, dramaturgs, musicians, designers and directors who create performances which are cross-disciplinary and define their own language. Their work is characterized by an image-rich, tightly choreographed staging style, using original live and recorded music together with sound design. Whether narrative or non-narrative, their pieces play with time and the order in which events are presented. Observers have also commented on a sense of the absurd, the incongruous and of a flawed yet beautiful humanity which permeates their work.
Öllegård Groundstrøm - Director
Egill Pálsson - Director