Kompany Ingebauer consists of scenic artists Nicole Ingemann and Anna Zehentbauer. Both trained at Rose Bruford College in UK. The duo work from the shared experience of being and not being norwegian, and a shared love for clowning, physical theatre and classical texts. The company explores the eksistencial in the concrete with playfulness and humour, and aim to make funny and interesting performances combining humour and existensialism.
Norwegian-English director and theatre maker based in Oslo, Norway. She has a BA in Directing from Rose Bruford College, England, Masters in Theatre Science from NTNU. Her work explores theatricality and the line between theatre and not theatre.
Ingemann was awarded years artist grant 2019 - 2021 from the cultural department of Norway.
Norwegian-German actor and theathremaker trained at Rose Bruford College. She has worked with companies like Panta Rei Theatre and Old Salt Theatre. She has performed at several theatres in the UK: National theatre and The Pleasance among them. She has also done several site specific performances in London and Reykjavik. She is a creative performer who likes tell hidden stories and play with the absurdity of life.