Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir
As artistic director of Brite Theater, Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir has directed all of the company's shows and written or adaptated most of their plays, as well as working freelance. Her original plays include Kjöt (Meat); Bitter Sweet; Chet Baker; Love; and (Can This Be) Home, co-written with Sara Shaarawi and Glenys Leigh McIntyre. She put together the Shakespeare mash-ups Shakespeare in Hell and My Only Love Sprung from My Only Hate. Her adaptations include: Chekov's The Seagull, and the multi-award winning Richard III (a one-woman show) with Emily Carding. As a dramaturg, she worked on Gareth Morgan's Notes on Some Persons, Starting to Crack, and assisted Marc Matthiesen on Frun från havet by Ibsen at the Gothenburg City Theater.