The Team

Concept and Design: 

 Rebekah Wild and Gerhard Pichler

Hannah Marshall - Composer (UK)

Since graduating from the Guildhall in 1996 Hannah has been devising music & sound within theatre and dance and working extensively as a much respected improviser on the European scene. Amongst others she plays in a trio with Veryan Weston and Satoko Fukuda, a sextet with Alexander Hawkins, Orphy Robinson, Dominic Lash, Javier Carmona, Otto Fisher and a quartet with Liam Noble, Mark Sanders, and Chris Batchelor. She played on Polar Bear album Held on the Tips of Fingers and in the free improvisation group Mopomoso.

She has composed and recorded music for the Little Angel Theatre productions 'Jabberwocky', 'Cinderella', 'Little Cinders', 'The Mouse Queen', 'Stuff and Nonsense' and 'Karagoz'.

In the past she has performed and made music for theatre with Improbable theatre, Indefinite Articles, Emma Bernard, Tom Morris and Mervyn Miller. Hannah is a member of the visual theatre company Ding Foundation.

Fanni Futterknecht - Dramaturgy, choreography (Oesterreich)

Fanni Futterknecht works as a performer and visual artist in Vienna, Paris and Amsterdam. Born in Vienna in 1979 she has been studying visual art at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and at the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna, followed by a Masters study at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. She started her artistic work with video installations, where she focused especially on the body and its surrounding space within the staged moving images. Her work has evolved from performative interventions in public space to performances that are constructed for a traditional theatre context.

In 2006 she joined the program Essai at the Centre National de Danse Contemporaine in Angers, a program for young artists from different artistic disciplines, exploring new ways of dance and performance making. During that summer she had been part of the Danceweb Europe program in Vienna.

In Spring 2008 she received a grant for a three months residency in Rome where she pursued her choreographic and her visual work. After her stay in Rome she lived as artist in residence for half a year at La Cite International des Arts in Paris where she developed her last solo performance 'excerpts of confusion'. This performance had its premiere at Imagetanz Festival 09 in brut Vienna.

Her latest performance project 'Where life has no value, paradise sometimes has its price..' was presented in WUK Vienna, Festival a/d Werf in Utrecht and Kosmos Theater.

Bartek Kubiak - Light Design (Poland)

Bartek Kubiak (Musik, Trickfilm und Lichtdesign). Geboren 1971 in Polen. Cellostudium sowie Studium in der Animation Film Abteilung der l’Ecole Superieure des Arts Visuels, la Cambre in Bruessel. Die waehrend der Ausbildung produzierten Filme wurden an verschiedenen int. Filmfestivals gezeigt. Computer Animation Sequenzen für das Economical Truth Theatre, aufgeführt in London und UK. Grafisches Design fuer 'The Wolfman' (T. Hope): bester Cutting-Edge-Film und Audience Award beim British Animation Awards.

Seit 2008 Trickfilmprojekte österreichweit zusammen mit Birte Brudermann  vor allem im Rahmen von KulturKontaktAustria.

Arbeitet seit 2000 als Lichtdesigner im Bereichen Performance, Tanz, Theater und Musik (u.a. für Akemi Takeya: Lemonhead, Oleg Soulimenko: Made in Russia, Soap & Skin + Ensemble 2009/2010 tour,  Cezary Tomaszewski: die Lustige Witwe, Jan Machacek: Closeupland etc...) 

©Rebekah Wild 2015