Alexandra Henn is a culture manager with French and German roots. After completing her master degree in culture and media management at the Free University of Berlin, she worked both in the institutional field (International Theatre Institute) and in the independent art world (phase7 performing.arts, Kobalt Figurentheater…). At La Ménagerie e.V., she managed the FTF#5 festival and the team of translators. After four years at the Institut Français (theatre and dance department), she discovered her passion for contemporary circus and moved to CHAMÄLEON Productions where she has been working as associate artistic director and project manager since 2017. Alexandra is also part of the working group on cultural policy networking and the Städtepol Berlin group of the Federal Association of Contemporary Circus (BUZZ).
Achim Stollberg holds a degree in education science, with a focus on cultural education, from the University of Düsseldorf. He plays as a freelance musician in various band projects in Wuppertal and Cologne, has released three albums and works as an artist agent. Since 1993, he has been the artistic director of Kattwinkel´sche Fabrik which he has turned into one of the leading word art stages in the Bergisches Land region. At Kattwinkel´sche Fabrik, he develops theatre education concepts for youth theatre and has created and established the youth art school. Since 2016, he has been curator of the annual Kunsthalle Katt.
Andrea Wittwer has been part of the ZAV-Künstlervermittlung (artist placement) team of the German Federal Employment Agency since 1983. Her specialised fields are show, artistry and entertainment. She regularly serves as a jury member at international festivals, among them the International Kleinkunstfestival in Usedom, the International Juggler and Cabaret Festival Koblenz and the “Sprungbrett” young talent award presented by memo-media and IKF to graduates of the State School for Acrobatic Arts in Berlin. Her “Young & Fresh” project has been part of the International Juggler and Cabaret Festival Koblenz and the IKF since 2016.
Studied Education, Cultural Sciences and Cultural Management. In the 1990s assistant director at the Theaterhaus Stuttgart, freelance work for the Department of Arts and Culture in Esslingen. From1998 to 2011, Susanne Göhner worked for the Burghof Lörrach GmbH: as second managing director she was responsible for programme planning and for the organization and running of the STIMMEN-Festival for many years. Subsequently, management and head of communications for a multidisciplinary festival in Switzerland. From the 31st edition: Project manager of the Internationale Kulturbörse Freiburg.