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Janine Hickl is an Austrian actress, singer and dancer. She has performed in plays, musicals and  movies and is lead singer and founder of the Andrews Sisters Swing-Trio The Reveilles. Janine performed the lead role in the short film Luna and was awarded Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Across the Globe Film Festival New York 2019. Luna was the winner of the Across the Globe Film Festival New York 2019 and the London Independent Film Festival 2019. She is working as a voice over artist and has written and produced several plays. Nothing in between is her latest work.


Mark Brown is a writer, film-maker, photographer and animator from London. With over 20 years in the film industry, Mark has worked with some of the most visionary directors.  Amongst the many projects he has been involved in are Bond - No Time to Die, Mission Impossible 2, Game of Thrones and most recently Ridley Scott’s Napoleon. 

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Bernd leichtfried

Bernd Leichtfried received his education in classical piano, jazz piano, violin, singing and music education from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and his diploma in  orchestral conducting from the Prayner conservatory Vienna.

Between 2000 and 2014 he performed more than 20 musical theater productions as a musical director and conducted operetta tours in Germany.

He has arranged and performed various Viennese song and chanson programs in Austria and abroad. Since 2007 he has been musical director of the annual Vienna Opera Ball on the luxury cruise ship MS Europa with his salon orchestra Vindobona.

Cäcilia altenberger

Born in Munich, Germany, Cäcilia Altenberger has studied with Jan Polášek, Helmar Stiehler, Wen-Sinn Yang, Prof. Reinhard Latzko and Prof. Troels Svane.

At a young age, At Cäcilia Altenberger won numerous competition prizes. These include: 1st national prize at Jugend Musiziert also known as the AGV Kulturwettbewerb Munich. In 2009/10 she was engaged as deputy principal cellist in the Philharmonic Orchestra of Lübeck.

Anna Tiller  

Every theatre collective needs a helping hand who ensures that the magic of live theatre is captured, enhanced and shared with audiences. Anna Tiller's passion for visual, video and audio content has been the driving force behind her work. After studying Media Technology, she is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Digital Design - Photography at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences. In addition to her studies, she is working for the Austrian public radio station Ö1. During her academic journey, Anna has actively contributed to various music productions, gaining valuable experience in the field. Her hands-on involvement in these projects has deepened her understanding of the world of audio and visual media. This opportunity allows her to apply her extensive knowledge and skills in the landscape of digital media and broadcasting. 

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