About us

Magali Muxart

At the beginning there is the light!... " Ghoslight " . In french, we call it "la servante", the stage's protective spirits : a little lamp on a post, lit on the stage when all have left, so as not to lose any of the theatre’s ghosts in the darkness of the night.

Magali trained as student at the Cours Florent in Paris for three years, during which she worked with coaches/lecturers/tutors such as Jean-Pierre Garnier, Eric Ruf or Isabelle Nanty.

She is versatile and interested in all acting media. Her experience includes not only theatre, under the direction of Romane Bohringer in C. Frechette’s "Les 7 Jours de Simon" or Guillaume Canet in V.Havel’s " Vernissage " and street theatre "Jean Louis 2000 " with the Company Le Muscle, but also TV series like " Navarro ", "La crime", "Section de Recherche", "Le juge est une femme" etc..and cinema with films such as "Vicky Banjo" (2016 D. Imbert),  "Léa" ( 2011 B.Rolland ) and "Les Textiles" ( 2004 F.Landron ) .

Magali’s interest in writing developed here in London. She initially put pen to paper to give life to "Miss Doubizoux", the character she plays in her first stand-up comedy in English.

With "La troupe", one of the workshops referred to in more detail below, she has developed a process of collective creation and writing to deliver innovative shows which then go into production like "Backstage" and an adaptation of " Murder on the Orient-express".

In 2018 she produced LADY MACWATA for The Voila Festival. It's a divised play based on her childhood memories in Africa. The play is directed by Clint Dyer and it has received the support of The Arts Council of England.

Caroline Lena Olsen

...and partners: Caroline Lena Olsson is French, born in Paris where she trained as an actress.

She has a great experience of the English Stage and went to Broadway after the successfull run of " Private Lives " in the West End in London directed by Richard Eyre. She has worked in films for example in " Children of Men " directed by the acclaimed Alfonso Cuaron and worked for the BBC and ITV.

She was also " Lillas Pastia" in Carmen - a spoken role-on the stage of the Royal Opera of Covent Garden.

Her directing experience includes " Jumping Joan " for Cosmino Theatre and more recently " Venise Sous La Neige " at the Voila French Festival in 2013 for Tamise En Scene for whom she works regularly. She is a Drama Teacher and has many years of experience in that field with 10 years at Kensington & Chelsea College, a vocal training teacher for Identity Drama School and a lecturer for the University De Montfort in Leicester where she taught the modules " New Theatre Practice ". She has led also numerous workshops for Philippe Gaulier and for Cosmino Theatre in Poland and the UK.