Krystal S. Lowe is a Bermuda-born, Wales-based dancer, choreographer, and writer with an extensive career performing and touring with Ballet Cymru throughout the United Kingdom, China and Bermuda, with Citrus Arts circus company and Ransack Dance Company. Krystal is associate lecturer at the University of South Wales and Artistic Director of Kokoro Arts Ltd.
Her choreographic practice focuses on fusing her writing with her movement practice to create dance theatre works for stage, in public spaces, and for screen.
Krystal has written, choreographed, and performed: Whimsy – her dance theatre work for family audiences – commissioned by Articulture Wales and Rewild – a dance on screen commissioned by Green Man Trust. And her screen dance film Daughters of the Sea – directed, written, and choreographed by Krystal – was commissioned by Ffilm Cymru in partnership with BBC Cymru, BBC Arts, and Arts Council Wales.
Rick Yale is an actor from Cardiff who trained at Rose Bruford College, recent work includes The Populars - Volcano Theatre Swansea, Involuntary Activist - Iris Prize/BBC Wales , Do Not Feed The Animals - Severn Screen
It has been his affinity to physical theatre and dance that has led him to create his first solo project through the assistance of Arts Council Wales.
DOG was a project born out of the desire to explore more diverse queer narratives amongst the LGBTQ+ scene.
Live physical performance in non-traditional spaces is something that has been lacking amongst the queer community and fringe/underground venues of Wales and is needed to return such spaces into a place of community, education and celebration of queer identity.
Since graduating from Trinity Saint David as an Actor, Newport born Connor has worked
with many companies in Wales and beyond.
He is a member of National Youth Theatre of
Great Britain and was also the winner of Triforces Cardiff MonologueSlam.
As a writer Connor has written for many companies such as Dirty Protest, National Theatre Wales and BBC Wales.
Connor wrote Dom’s Drug Prayer for Sherman Theatre’s TEN / DEG series.
He’s had an ACW funded debut play and two Literature Wales commissions.
He’s also part of the BBC Wales Welsh Voices 19/20 and The Welsh Royal Court Writers
After graduating, Sarah moved to Berlin where she lived for five years. During this time, she established a theatre collective, ran workshops and wrote and produced a play.
However, after she had her son, it was time to move and restart life closer to home.
Since her return, she’s worked on the production Louder Is Not Always Clearer with Mr and Mrs Clark and Jonny Cotsen, and for the last year she has been studying a Masters in Drama where she first began developing MAMA as the debut production of her new theatre company, Tectonig Theatre.