Theatre Director and Producer.

Romantika Summer Tour

2017 European Tour of the Romantika Theatre Company.

 
Promotional Posters, designed by Johan, for the two Romantika shows at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Promotional Posters, designed by Johan, for the two Romantika shows at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Actor Ciaran John in  The Crossing Place  during the 3.5 week run at Summerhall in Edinburgh, UK.

Actor Ciaran John in The Crossing Place during the 3.5 week run at Summerhall in Edinburgh, UK.

The full company team of Romantika Theatre Company.

The full company team of Romantika Theatre Company.

Director, Producer and Marketer.

2016-2017 Johan was a co-founder of the Swedish-British theatre company Romantika.
Founded in Tallinn, Estonia, and mainly operational in London, UK, the company specialised in visual and physical theatre.

Johan directed the company’s two shows The Crossing Place and What Lies Beneath.
Click the respective titles above for more information about the shows.

Additionally, Johan served as the main producer of the company, and also handled the marketing in social medias and press.

As a producer, Johan brought the company on an European tour in 2017.
The Crossing Place performed 27 times that year at Västmanlands Teater (Sweden), Summerhall (Edinburgh, UK), Théâtre de Ménilmontant (Paris, France) and Rose Bruford College (London, UK).
What Lies Beneath performed 34 times in total at The Space Arts Centre (London, UK), Théâtre de Ménilmontant (Paris, France), The Crescent Theatre (Birmingham, UK) and ZOO Venues (Edinburgh, UK).

Both shows received 4-star reviews from British press, as can be seen below.

As of 2019, the company is no longer producing work.

“Visually striking... A beautiful piece of physical theatre which should be highly commended”
★★★★ - Edfringe Review about What Lies Beneath (2017).
”This is a strange and moving piece of physical theatre, high-octane and cerebral.”
★★★★ - BroadwayBaby about The Crossing Place (2017).
”This imaginative, experimental piece keeps the viewer gripped and entertained.”
★★★★ - ThreeWeeks Magazine about The Crossing Place (2017).