Katja Axe

Born and raised in Munich, Germany. Trained at the Novalis School in Stuttgart, Germany, School for Speech and Dramatic Arts. Participated in projects with the Novalis Stuttgart stage group, with the Fundevogel Eurythmy theater group in Vienna, and in free projects with the Goetheanum stage group.

Urs Bihler

Born in Basel, Switzerland, he studied acting at Stage Studio Zurich, which is ZHdK today. At the beginning of his career, e worked at the Basel Theater with Werner and Hans Hollmann Düggelin. Then, his path lead him to Paris to the Peter Brook's Centre International de Créations Théâtrales, from where he, among other things, went on a world tour with the production, "Mahabharata", and went to Berlin in the 80's with Peter Stein's show stage, worked at the Neumarkt Theater and later on, again with Theater Basel. In the 90's he was a freelance actor in film and television and a guest actor at various theaters. He worked as a traveling soloist with the monologue, "The Beloved Mother" by Urs Widmer. From 2002-2012, he was a member of the Basel Theater stage group and worked freelance. Since January 2015 he has worked for the Faust production at the Goetheanum.


Ralf Dinnendahl

Born in the '60s in Duisburg, Germany.

After a training in handwork, he lived on Crete for a long time, where the encounter with the writings of Rudolf Steiner. Later, he studied acting training at Jobst Langhan's in Berlin. He has taken part in various film, stage and directing work in Germany and Switzerland. As early as 2004, he began work on Faust.  

Isabelle Fortagne-Dimitrova

Born in Leipzig, Germany.

Studied drama and speech formation, receiving state recognition in drama (from the ZVA Leipzig) at Alanus University Alfter / Bonn from 1998 to 2002. Since 2001, she has worked as a freelance actress in various productions. In 2010/11 she established the touring theater company, "Theater Anis," with Anna Wiese Meier.

Holger Giebel

Born in Cologne (Köln) Germany, and grew up in Bergisches Land, a region within the state of North Rhine- Westphalia, Germany. He trained to be a carpenter and then studied acting at Alanus University of the Arts and Social Sciences from 2003-2007. Since then he has worked as a freelance actor. He worked at the city theater in Koblenz, at the state theater in Rhineland-Palatinate and for Cologne's "free" theater scene. He is a part of political theater, preventive theater, and touring theater projects. He works with children and for children's theater, and currently plays for Horizon Theater in Cologne and develops his own pieces. 

Bernhard Glose

Born in 1982 in Herdecke, Germany. From 2004-2008 he studied at what was formerly known as the Westfalen acting school: Bochum Folkwang Hochschule, in Essen. In 2007, he worked in Bochum and Wuppertal, and was a member of the Münster Municipal Theater ensemble from 2008-2012. In 2012, he was nominated for the "Faust Prize" with the piece, "Odyssey in an Hour" by Bruno Stori, directed by Katrin Herchenröther, and won the prize for best actor, given by the Münster/Münsterland Music and Theater-Lovers' Society.

Fabian Horn

Born in 1987 in Leipzig, Germany.
In 2007 graduated from the Waldorf school in Leipzig. In 2009 was in the "Open Youth Seminar" in Stuttgart. From 2009-2014 he studied acting and theater education at the Theater Academy in Stuttgart, graduating in 2014 with a degree in acting. Stage experience: was involved with various school theater projects, appeared with the MDR Round-funk children's choir, worked at the Theater-Academy/Theater-Company Stuttgart on the project, Amore Amore and Jedermann (Each Man). Acted in Lost and Found (a German-English children's theater piece) and Das Boot, (which received a public award in 2013/2014) at the Old Theater House in Stuttgart. Most recently he played in A Brilliant Death, from the Crime Factory Stuttgart. Besides that, he is a street artist and musician (E-guitarist).

Felix Julius

Felix was born in 1960 in Scheveningen, in Den Haag, Holland. He studied acting in Dornach and Stuttgart and during this time, his first poems arose. He has worked on various projects in the independent theater scene and worked as well as a truck driver to economically stay "afloat". He has written plays and short stories, and then began work as a bus driver and tour guide for international trips. More poems and short stories arose and he participated in various theater projects. In the Spring of 2013, his first works were published and since 2014, he has began freelance work. 

Michaela Kaelin

Grew up in Baselland, Switzerland and studied acting at the Goetheanum from 2003-07. Between 2008-2010 she produced the children's theater in Zug, Switzerland. In 2009, she took part in a short film for the 30 year jubileum of the Zurich women's shelters. Since 2011, she has appeared each year as "Erdi" in the Zug Travel Pass advertisement. From 2012-2016 she studied for a degree as a drama therapist in St.Gallen, Switzerland.

Erosi Margiani

Born in 1963 in Mestia, Georgia and has lived in Switzerland for the past 16 years with his family. He completed a 3 year acting training in Dornach and received 3 years of private lessons in acting, improvisation and "stage German" from Henning Köhler, in Basel. He has worked as an actor, drama therapist and director. He speaks German, Russian and Georgian.

Boris Sirdey

Born in 1979 in Paris, France.
Went to primary school in Basel, graduating in Schopfheim, Switzerland. He worked in a Camphill in Northern Ireland for one year, where he learned more closely about curative education. In 2003 he finished his studies at the Theater School in Rennes, France. Since then, he has worked as a freelance actor, mainly in France. 

Barbara Stuten

Was born in 1958 in Bochum, Germany.

After graduating in acting and speech formation from the Novalis stage, worked for their stage in Stuttgart, Germany, until 1987.  From 1987-2010 worked on the Goetheanum stage in Dornach. Since then, has worked freelance with various Eurythmy groups as a speech artist. Is a professor of speech and acting. Has many solo programs.