Vincent Hennebicq is an actor, playwright and director who graduated from the Liège Conservatory, one of the most prestigious theatrical training centers in Europe. He’s considered one of the most talented young people in contemporary Belgian theater. As a writer and director, he has brought stories about men in search of freedom and meaning to the stage, with live music playing a crucial role in, for example, Heroes (Just For One Day), Going Home and Wilderness, all created for the Wallonie-Bruxelles National Theater. His last work, L'Attentat -also for the same venue- was premiered in October 2018. As an actor, he has worked with important creators in his country and has performed at prestigious venues such as the Festival d’Avignon.
Dorcy Rugamba is an actor, writer and theater director who went into exile in Europe after the genocide in his country, in which he lost his parents and six of his siblings. He studied theater at the Liège Conservatory and co-wrote the award-winning play Rwanda 94 in 1999, a six-hour piece about the Rwandan massacre, premiered at the Festival d’Avignon and which toured the world to great critical and audience acclaim. In 2001, he founded a group to encourage the performing arts in Rwanda. As an actor, he has worked with important directors and playwrights, such as Peter Brook and Peter Weiss.