Adrian Werum is the founder and artistic director of the "Orchester der Kulturen" a unique orchestra combining ethnic instruments from all over the world with a symphonic set-up. With two of the orchestra's CD productions the "Orchester der Kulturen" lead the german classical charts for months. He worked internationally as Musical Director, orchestrator and Musical Supervisor for shows as "Grease", "Beauty and the Beast", "Dance of the Vampires", "42nd Street" and many more. His show "Hollywood Diva" ran for three years in St. Petersburg / Russia and won the Golden Mask award for best new russian musical ( composer, orchestrator, lyricist and musical supervisor ) On broadway he was proud part of the biggest flop ever: "Dance of the Vampires".

As a composer he writes everything from wind band to symphonic works, sacred music and musicals for children.

Always trying to expand himself, he founded a new spiritual movement "Spirit of One", bringing together the mystic traditions of spiritual traditions worldwide through music and his personal musings.


Arthur Giron's plays include Edith Stein, Boy Dies Dancing Mambo, Money, Innocent Pleasures, Dirty Jokes, Becoming Memories, Flight, A Dream of Wealth, Moving Bodies, The Golden Guita, Memories of Our Women, The Coffee Trees, Emilie's Voltaire, and St. Francis in Egypt, in addition to many one-acts. Among Arthur's recent New York productions are The Coffee Trees ( Beckett Theatre ) and Emilie's Voltaire ( Beckett Theatre ). He is presently working on the book of the Broadway musical Amazing Graze. His prizes include the Los Angeles Critics' Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Writing ( Twice ) and the Galileo Prize. In addition, he has been awarded three comissions from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation as well as comissions from the Metropolitan Opera Guild and the New York Shakespeare Festival.


Michael Shawn Lewis is an American theatrical producer, performer, and activist with projects that are in production and in development around the world.

He was nominated in 2010 for a Drama Desk Award for his work on the Off-Broadway production of John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean. Michael is also producer on the US/international tour (60 U.S. cities, Singapore and Australia) of the show, which launches its third tour in the fall of 2014. The original short version of ImaginOcean which he produced is currently playing on select ships on Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.

Other projects currently in production: the national tour of Jim Henson's Sid The Science Kid Live!; the national tour of Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure; Carnival Cruise Line’s Towel Animal Theater; and Carnival Cruise Line's Seuss-a-Palooza Storytime and Parade.


Thomas Richhardt, geboren 1971 in Neuss am Rhein, studierte Diplom-Psychologie in Düsseldorf und Bochum.
Seine Theaterstücke erlebten zahlreiche Aufführungen im In- und Ausland, u.a. am Wiener Burgtheater, am Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus sowie am Jungen Ensemble Stuttgart, dessen Gründung er von 2004-2006 als Dramaturg begleitete.
Seit über 10 Jahren ist er Dozent für Szenisches Schreiben am Literaturhaus Stuttgart, für das er u.a. das rumänisch-deutsche Jugendtheaterprojekt „Tempo! Tempo!“ entwickelte. Zudem leitet er seit 2011 am Literaturhaus Stuttgart eine zweijährige Lehrerfortbildung für das Szenische Schreiben.
Als freier Autor schrieb er Auftragswerke für das Theater Lübeck, das Theater Hof/19 Oldenburg, für die Tanz- und Theaterwerkstatt Ludwigsburg sowie das 750jährige Stadtjubiläum Sindelfingens 2013.
Seit 2009 arbeitet er als dramaturgischer Berater und Autor für das Stuttgarter Theaterhaus. Dort sind im Jahr 2014 u.a. die Produktionen "Scherbenpark" nach dem Roman von Alina Bronsky, "Ziemlich beste Freunde" nach dem gleichnamigen Film sowie die "Inszenierungen des Alltags" im Rahmen des Literatursommers Baden-Württemberg 2014 zu sehen.

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