Leif Andrée is one of Sweden's most beloved actors. He has been engaged at Teater Galeasen, Riksteatern and Oscarsteatern. He is currently engaged at the Stockholm House of Culture & City Theatre where he has played Baloo in the critically acclaimed box-office success The Jungle Book and Porthos in The Three Musketeers directed by Alexander Mørk-Eidem. Andrée has also held numerous roles in film and television, such as Daedalus in the SVT series Labyrinth and The Gynecologist in Askim.
Tomas Franck, Swedlite, has made stage sets for plays, musicals and concerts. For many years he was responsible for the set design at the Nobel banquet divertissement. He has also served as production designer on the Jewish Theatre and technically and aesthetically reshaped the building into a multipurpose theater room. Since 2010 he is mainly active in lighting architecture.
Katarina Frostenson debuted in 1978 and became in the 1980s one of the most influential poets in the Swedish poetry. Frostenson has to stand as the representative of the new female poetry that refuses to adapt to existing forms and instead looking into the language innermost fibers to eliciting from the previously unheard sounds and pristine dimensions. It is a poetry that does not take anything for granted and just follows its own laws. Frostenson has also achieved success as a playwright. She wrote the libretto for Sven-David Sandström's opera Staden (The city) that was premiered at the Royal Opera in 1998. Frostenson elected into the Swedish Academy, 1992.
Ellen Lamm director works at the Royal Dramatic Theatre with her dramatization of Vad är pengar? (What is money?), Brev från Eric Ericson (Letters from Eric Ericson) and Charlotte Brontë’s/ Martina Montelius’ Jane Eyre, at Sweden’s Television, with Hotell Opera in and at the Drottningholm Palace Theatre, the Swedish Radio Theatre and the National Theatre.
Sven-David Sandström, a Swedish composer who has characterized contemporary Swedish music scene. His list of works, which counts around 300 compositions, proving not only an impressive productivity. It also holds an astonishing breadth: from grand operas and oratorios to intimate lyrical songs and chamber music. With his unlikely combination of creativity and diligence in the craft of composition, restless curiosity and firmly-rooted mastery of form, Sandström alternates, to all appearances unconcerned, between a sophisticated orchestral texture and musical melodies, film music and music for the church.