Greta is an actor, puppeteer and writer. She grew up in a small town in South-eastern Vermont, USA where a vibrant arts community inspired here to pursue a career in theatre. Theatre credits include: Charlie & Lola's Best Bestest Play (Watershed/Polka Theatre), In The Night Garden Live (Minor Entertainment/BBC Worldwide), The Gingerbread Man (Rainbow Collectors), I Believe in Unicorns (Wizard Presents) Brutus in the critically acclaimed all female production of Julius Caesar (Stage One Dhaka, Bangladesh), People's Romeo (Tara Arts),Faustus (Headlong), etc. Radio includes: How I Live Now, The Jonestown Letters and How I Got My Confidence Back (BBC Radio 4) amongst others. Writing includes: Maggot, Terrorist! The Musical, Mark Twain: Views from Dollis Hill, The Snow Queen, Tomten and many more children's theatre adaptations. She was the 2014 Associate Artist at Little Angel Theatre, and is currently developing new work for babies under 18 months.
Sigurdur (Siggi) is from a large farm in the north-west of Iceland. He is a linguist, translator, director and still holds the record for horse jumping in Iceland which he set at just 19 years old! (He is much older now...) He left the farm to train at Arts Educational in London and has collected dozens of credits as a theatre director both abroad and in the UK. He has over a decade's worth of experience as a teacher, and director of student actors for accredited drama schools in the UK. He was Associate Director of the Tabard Theatre from 1999 - 2003 where he directed critically acclaimed productions of A Walk in the Woods,The Rainmaker, and Down the Road in addition to many others. As an actor, Siggi has worked with a large number of theatre companies, for television and as a voice-over artist. Siggi is currently developing a series of puppetry short films for children and will be directing Old Saw's next production very shortly.