Set designer, architect, drawer and painter, with more than 25 years experience in theatre productions. He was a set designer for successful plays such as Cabaret, Sugar, Amadeus, Young Frankenstein and Dollhouse, among many others. His projects premiered in theaters in Argentina, Spain, Holland, Germany, France and Portugal. His work has earned him the Konex Platinum Award for Best Set Designer of the Decade 2001-2011.
Charlotte Mooney is the founder and artistic co-director of Ockham’s Razor, one of the most important circus companies on the contemporary scene, winner of the Total Theater and Jackson’s Lane award for best circus in 2016. She has a master’s degree in the National Circus Arts Center in the United Kingdom and Circus Direction in Circomedia.
Gastón Briski has been designing sound for plays such as Sunset Boulevard, The Phantom of the Opera, A Chorus Line, Cats, Cabaret and many others for more than 30 years. He has been awarded for his work on West Side Story, School of Rock and Billy Elliot. He trained as a musician in New York, Puerto Rico and Argentina. His sound designs have traveled as far as Russia, Korea, France, the United Arab Emirates, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and Australia.
Nick Evans covered several artistic roles before becoming Billy Elliot‘s Associate Director in London´s West End. He was Associate Director of Rock of Ages and the Jesus Christ Superstar tour in the UK and Australia, before directing it in Mexico. He was in charge as Resident Director of the international tour of Mamma Mia! in places like Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Korea, Hong Kong and Switzerland, among other countries.
Nils Lunow was a technical producer for the Walt Disney’s Company in musical shows around the world and was in charge of World Tour companies such as Holiday On Ice and Blue Man Group. He trained as a mechanical engineer and artistic carpenter and supervised the construction of theaters and venues in Milan, Rome, Hamburg, Berlin, Singapore, and Sydney.
& Julia Whittle
Sam and Julia have been in charge as Production Stage Manager and show caller of the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games in London 2012, Vancouver 2010, Beijing 2008, Torino 2006 and Athens 2004. They have worked on great musicals such as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Les Miserables, Cats and Miss Saigon.
Fabio Namatame has worked in more than 200 artistic productions, and he is the most recognized costume designer on the Brazilian scene. Fabio initial instruction in Japanese arts, culture, painting, sculpture and music endow his costume design and scenography, which shine in leading international Theater, Opera and Ballet productions, with creativity and histrionism.