by Magnus Iuel Berg
Graphic: Dina Rosenmeier
Opening at Folketeatret August 2021
An Alice-in-Wonderland journey through the famous Berliner disco. Berghain is the home of techno music, and here, the party never stops.
Berghain is the world premiere of a brand new play by the Reumert-winning playwright Magnus Iuel Berg and composed by Simon Muchinsky, from the famous Danish band When Saints Go Machine.
The performance is performed in repetoire with “feminine octagon (or, aristoteles can eat me),” as a part of House of International Theatre’s season og LGBTQ+ performers presented in collaboration with Bøssehuset.
Cast: Simon Muschinsky, Daniel Niel Ash, Kristen Flanagan, Jon G. Vopnfjörð, Theresa Mangara, Chris Vincent
Director: Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen
Dramatiker : Magnus Iuel Berg
Producer: HIT- Copenhagen
Christian Vincent is a Danish actor, VO-artist and award winning activist based in Copenhagen, with a solid connection to The Netherlands and Malta.He has been coached by Danish dubbing-legend Lars Thiesgaard, lending his voice to animation, live-action and computer games since 2011. Credits include titles such as Pokémon, Total Drama Island and Skylanders. Upon graduating from Ophelia Acting Studio he toured with the Danish hit musical “Skammerens Datter” before venturing to Amsterdam for a personal growth journey. Now he is back on stage after a 5-year hiatus, and Berghain will be Chris’ second non-Danish performance this season, as he has just returned from his international stage debut performing in a controversial comedy about people living with HIV in Malta.
Kristen Flanagan is an actor, voiceover artist, and corporate communicator, originally from the US, who has been living and working in Copenhagen for nearly six years. She holds a B.A. in Theatre Performance from Tulane University and has appeared in various productions in New Orleans and Copenhagen, most recently starring as Connie in Assemble Theatre Collective/CTC’s ‘The Effect’. Kristen made her debut working with Jeremy M. Thomas as Charlotte Corday in ‘The Revolutionists’ as part of the Summer Staged Readings series.
Daniel Neil Ash
Daniel Neil Ash was born in Kingston Upon Hull, England. He began acting professionally at eighteen, when he graduated the foundation program at the Oxford School of Drama. He worked in film and theatre and starred in The Broken Teeth of Lions, produced by BAFTA winner ‘Chris Hees’ before deciding to continue his training on the three year program at the Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts.
Upon graduating in June 2020 Dan made his Debut with the Shy Manifesto for HIT CPH and has since worked as a voice actor and also starred in Later We Go Home supported by Filmvaerkstedet. On the side dan is an accent coach and writes drama for his own projects.
Jon G. Vopnfjörð
Jon, an Icelandic actor, from a small fishing village located in the Westfjords (Tálknafjörður), on his 3rd an final year at CISPA studying acting for BA. He has had numerous projects in the field, in movies, TV and on stage as well as several commercials and done few Narrations as well.
Simon Muschinsky, musician, producer, composer. Formerly “When Saints Go Machine” which he has produced for and toured most of the world with for the past 12 years.
In addition, he has done a lot of crossover art projects between music, film and installation art.