Brite Theatre Company
Brite Theater is an independent theatre group founded by Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir, especially interested in the use of movement and music in traditional and nontraditional theatre pieces, and their relationship to a non-authoritative text.

Previous productions include an original dance theatre piece called Meat, performed at artFart festival 2006, an adaptation of Chekov's The Seagull, performed in the Icelandic National Theater 2008, and Nobody Dances with Themselves, an original devised piece performed at artFart festival 2009, funded by EUF.

Brite Theatre collaborated with Thalia Drama Club, staging two musicals in spring 2009 and 2010, before taking a break which ended with the premiere of a deconstructed King Lear at Exeter Phoenix and an original Shakespeare mash-up called My Only Love Sprung from My Only Hate, staged in The Rusty Bike, in April 2013. In May we saw the opening of a Coriolanus made in fifty hours and an original play called Bitter Sweet, both part of University of Exeter´s T3 Festival.This latest theatre year ended with an autobiographical monologue called Chet Baker, Love, performed at Bike Shed Theatre as part of EXEplorer festival and Ignite festival.

Members of Mandy Actors UK who have worked for Brite Theatre Company

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