About Us

Dani Mosimann, Co-Artistic Director

Dani is a performer, creative producer and writer based in Berlin but all these roles combine as a Rough Triangle theatre-maker. She has worked on numerous productions across the UK in a variety of the aforementioned capacities including: Camden People’s Theatre (London), C Venues (Edinburgh), The Golden Hinde (London), TheSpace (Edinburgh), Seven Arts (Leeds), Stage@Leeds (Leeds), Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery (Leeds), West Yorkshire Playhouse (Leeds)

Dani studied an MA in Writing for Performance and Publication at the University of Leeds and has had one of her plays produced at Stage@Leeds. Her writing often features in Rough Triangle performances mostly through exploring the relationship between writing and devising. Dani is also excited in weaving philosophical and “every-day” ideas into entertaining yet thought-provoking performances. Not to mention experimenting with theatre forms.

Bill Roberts, Co-Artistic Director

Bill is a performance, theatre and live art maker based in Berlin. He studied MA Performance, Culture and Context at the University of Leeds where he focused particularly on autobiographical and collaborative performance. Bill has performed in every Rough Triangle show to date and is co-director of Rough Triangle. Bill has a strong interest in devised theatre, task based performance, comedy, political theatre and live art. Bill has written for ArtSlant and Stage and Screen Insider.

Bill has performed at numerous festivals, galleries and theatres in the UK including, Live Art Bistro (LAB, Leeds), The Bike Shed Theatre (Exeter), Camden People’s Theatre (London), Tate Modern (London), Tate Liverpool (Liverpool), Stage@Leeds (Leeds), Leeds City Art Gallery (Leeds), Enjoy Art Space (Leeds), The Leeds Library (Leeds), ArtEvict (various locations, London), West Yorkshire Playhouse (Leeds). Andy produced and programmed INTIMACY festival of live art in Stoke Newington, London and Pandemic Leeds.

Regine Rørstad Torbjørnsen, Collaborator and performer

Regine doesn’t know who she is, but she wants to become a Renaissance woman. She is a performer and theatre maker, currently studying philosophy at the Humboldt University of Berlin. For the past two years she has been involved in Artistania e.V.’s Theater Lab, where she encountered a corner of the Rough Triangle.

Through exploring the ever-growing field of political philosophy and psychoanalysis Regine is trying to find out how to save the world. Or maybe just arts? Let us limit it to saving herself. No! She wants to find out how to save das Sein, the being. Das Sein is a performance, and a performance is a relation is a performance is a relation. With Dani and Bill she is trying to find out what happens when we cease to be. Does the performance still go on? Regine doesn’t know what is left of society when nothing else is left. But she’s hoping it’ll be solidarity. And a good dose of hedonism.

Previous Collaborators

Owen Everett – Performer

Owen has been making and performing theatre in his spare time since primary school. Highlights include playing Les in ‘East’, Katurian in ‘The Pillowman’, Javert in ‘Les Misérables’, Peter in ‘Anne Frank’, and Caliban in ‘The Tempest’; putting on Theatre Uncut plays in his kitchen and bathroom; and devising pieces on protest, and Italian cafés. He currently works part time for the London-based human rights organisations ForcesWatch.’

Georgia Murphy – Performer

Georgia is a creative person who is based in London. She is a director, performer, writer, deviser, theatre maker… well let’s just say she makes things that go on stage and sometimes she is one of the things on the stage. She trained at Ecole Phillippe Gaulier where she learnt how to sometimes make people laugh a lot whilst on stage. She also makes more things for the stage with her company Mouths of Lions. She’s currently working on her first family show called “Dr Zeiffal and Dr Zeigal and the Hippo that can never be caught!” which will be going to Brighton Fringe and her first solo show “Girl from Ipanema” which is a semi-autobiographical clown show….she’s still figuring out if those two things can go together on the stage.

Louise Dickinson – Performer

Louise is an actor, director, devisor, writer and facilitator. She recently completed an MA in Applied Theatre and is interested in making work with and for the people believing everyone to be an artist. She has worked with an extensive range of organisations, collectives and companies both nationally and internationally. She is an Associate Artist with award-winning theatre company Mouths of Lions, and also 6FootStories and Dank Parish. She has directed work at the West Yorkshire Playhouse (Leeds), The Workshop Theatre (Leeds), The Pleasance Dome (Edinburgh), The Mill Studio (Guildford), Queens Theatre (Hornchurch), Camden People’s Theatre (London), Rosemary Branch (London), The Chocolate Factory (London).