Elisabeth Dahl

Elisabeth graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London with a BA in classical acting in 2003, on top of her training in physical theatre at Circomedia in Bristol. In addition to being Artistic Director for The Norwegian Shakespeare Company and working as a freelance actor, she teaches acting, Shakespeare, voice and speech, and Alexander Technique on the BA in Acting course at Høyskolen Kristiania.

Selected credits as an actress: Many Voices (American Drama Group 2009), Naked Soldiers (Croydon Warehouse 2010), Radio Days (Tour with Den Kulturellespaserstokken, 2011), Hedda Gabler (Thea, The International Ibsen Stage, London 2012), Macbeth – the Making of a Murderer (Lady M, NSC, 2013-2014), Ibsen Montage (Hedda, Gina, Fru Alving, Nora, The International Ibsen Stage Gamle Rådhus 2014), The Best of Shakespeare Part 1: Lust (Tour with Den kulturelle skolesekken 2015-2017), Like for Like (Escala, Mariana, Akershus Teater 2016), The Serpent Under It (Desdemona, Lady M, NSC 2018), Kvinnemonologene (Nordic Black Theatre 2019) 22. juli (NRK drama 2018), Rådebank S1-2 (NRK3 2019, 2020)

Elisabeth won the award for Best Actress in a Feature Film at The Peloponnesian Corinthian International Film Festival and at Fest Film Kosova HNF for her role as “Damsel” in the British film “Shadow Gene” in 2014.