Nicola Heim studied theatre and film at the University of Glasgow, Great Britain and at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. After completing her studies in 2001 with a Master of Arts, she went on to study acting and directing at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York, USA, where her teachers were, among others, Geoffrey Horne and Stephen Michaels. Nicola Heim co-founded the first acting workshop for inmates of Colins Bay prison in Kingston, Canada. Since 2004 she lives in Berlin and works as an assistant director and acting coach. Nicola Heim teaches acting and voice and movement.


Doreen Fietz studied acting from 1999 to 2003 at the UdK Berlin. Subsequently, she was engaged at the Deutsches Theater Göttingen. Here she performed the title role of Antigone by Sophocles, directed by Daniela Kranz & Jenke Nordalm, Sasha in Chekhov’s “Ivanov”, directed by Friederike Heller, Eboli in Schiller’s “Don Carlos” or “the Marquise of O.” in Kleist’s novella of the same name. Since 2007 she has works as a freelance actor and acting coach in Berlin. In addition to film / TV and speakers work she has made several guest appearances on Kampnagel Hamburg / Gauss Thalia Street in “The Righteous” by Camus as Dora, director Jette Steckel, Sophiensaelen Berlin, Magdeburg at the spectacle. She is currently working at the State Theatre of Dresden, where she can be seen in “Adam & Evelyn” by Ingo Schulze, directed by Julia Hoelscher. Doreen teaches acting, monologue and scene study at the schauspielfabrik berlin.


Lars Löllmann, actor and director, studied drama at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Since then he has appeared in numerous films and TV productions, including the movie “We” by Martin Gypkens, “RIS – The Language of the Dead” (SAT1), “The Prosecutor” (ZDF) and “Alarm for Cobra 11 “(RTL). From 2008 to 2009 he belonged to the main cast of the SAT1-Telenovela 
”Anna und die Liebe”. With the short film “56” (2009), he made his debut as director and screenwriter. Lars Löllmann teaches camera acting.


Fabian Stumm, born in 1981, lives and works in Berlin. He studied acting at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York City and has appeared in numerous theatre and film productions. His film credits include roles in the thriller BELA KISS by Lucien Foerstner and the second world war drama LORE by award winning australian director Cate Shortland, both set for release in 2012. Since 2003 he has had theatrical engagements in Berlin at Hebbel am Ufer and Sophiensaele, among others. In 2009 he began working with israeli artist Keren Cytter who cast him in several of her short films. He also performed in her theatre productions SHOW REAL DRAMA, I EAT PICKLES AT YOUR FUNERAL and HISTORY IN THE MAKING which took him on a world tour through Europe, the USA and Asia. Fabian Stumm teaches acting as well as camera acting.


Suzann Bolick received her diploma as a stage dancer at the Berlin State Ballet School. It was followed by an engagement as a stage dancer at the Friedrichstadt Palast in Berlin. From 1990 to 1994 she studied at the Academy of Dramatic Arts “Ernst Busch” Berlin and received a degree as a movement teacher for the Performing Arts. Subsequently she taught at the Berlin School of Drama and at the Theaterstudio Berlin. From 2000 – 2010, Suzann Bolick worked as a dance teacher for the young ensemble of the Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin and has choreographed countless children revues. Since 2006 she is a lecturer for dance and movement at the HfS “Ernst Busch” Berlin. At the Studiotheater bat she was responsible for the dance productions “The Merry Nibelungs / We Are Heroes” and “The seduction on both sides.” Suzann Bolick teaches dance at the schauspielfabrik berlin.


Inés Zahmoul studied drama in Frankfurt am Main. She then attended the prestigious Musical School JOOP van den Ende Academy in Hamburg. Already during her studies she worked as a freelance actress, singer and stilt performer. 
She was then part of various productions, including “Man of La Mancha” (Kampnagel), “Black Gospel Stars” (Germany Tour), “Antigone” (Ernst-German Theatre), “Jessica 30″ (Thalia Theater), “Cyrano de Bergerac” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Clingenburg Festival), “Non (n) sens” (Scala Theatre), “Mandela” (agon Theatre Munich), “Rheingold – The Gods Laughing Loudly” (Theatre on stilts) European tour, as well as in various film productions. 
 Working with children and young people has always been her joy, and she has coached children for various theatre and musical productions. In addition to teaching at Stagecoach and Cool Kids, Inés also gives private lessons for children and young adults. 
Inés teaches singing at the schauspielfabrik berlin.


Alessandro Macri completed his vocal studies at the Joop van den Ende Academy in Hamburg. These were followed by engagements as a singer and actor: including the opera house HH, Kammerspiele HH, Schmidt theater HH, Kehrwieder vaudeville HH, LaeiszhalleHH, Neue Flora HH, Admiralspalast Berlin, Tipi Berlin, Theater des Westens Berlin, Glocke Bremen, MUK Lübeck, SeefestivalWustrau, Clingenburg festival, chamber opera Fulda. In addition to his work on stage, Alessandro played in several short films. Besides his work as a vocal coach for children and teaching at the Stage School Berlin Alessandro Macri works in the studio, recording Albums and as a voiceover. Alessandro Macri teaches singing / song interpretation at the schauspielfabrik berlin.