Örjan Ramberg is a member of Dramaten's permanent ensemble.
His stage career began in musical theatre, with roles in Hair (1971) and Jesus Christ Superstar (1971), among other productions. He joined Dramaten's permanent ensemble immediately after graduating from the Malmö School of Scenic Arts (now Malmö Theatre Academy) in 1977.
In addition to work at Dramaten, he has had roles in many films, among them Jan Halldoff's Jack, Hans Alfredson's False as Water, Colin Nutley's The Bomber and Marie-Louise Ekman's films and television series, including School for Painters, Dad Is Tired Again and Powder. He played McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1995) and Harry Friberg in Swedish television's Stieg Trenter series. In 2001 Örjan Ramberg received Dramaten's Eugene O'Neill Scholarship.
Overall, Örjan Ramberg has taken part in well over 50 productions at Dramaten.
Lena Endre is an actor and director and a member of Dramaten's permanent ensemble.
Her training was at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. She came to Dramaten in 1997.
On film and television, she has been seen in Lorry, The Best Intentions, Hedda Gabler, Jerusalem—for which she received a Golden Bug Award, Sweden's Oscar—In the Presence of a Clown, Run for Your Life, Unmarried Couples, The Birthday, Faithless—which brought her another Golden Bug—Music for Weddings and Funerals, Everybody Loves Alice, The Coaches and Echoes from the Dead, as well as the Stieg Larsson Millennium trilogy and the Swedish television series based on Henning Mankell's Wallander novels. In 2012 she appeared in the American film The Master.
Lena Endre has acted in a large number of Dramaten productions, among them Maria Stuart, Long Day's Journey into Night, Death of a Salesman and Chéri. Also at Dramaten, she has directed Amanda Ooms' monologue Patience, Jonas Brun's Shadowland and Jennifer Haley's The Nether.
Erik Ehn is a member of Dramaten's permanent ensemble.
Erik Ehn was trained at the National Academy of Mime and Acting (now Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts) during 1992-95. He has appeared in numerous productions at Folkteatern Gävleborg, among them Three Sisters, On the Way to the Sea, Henry IV, Blood Brothers and Hamlet. He has also played in A Midsummer Night's Dream at Orionteatern, in The Tempest at Romateatern and The Miser at the Stockholm City Theatre and in the National Touring Company.
In 2008 he appeared in the Kristina segment of Three Crowns, directed by Jagos Markovics, in Shakespeare's Hamlet, directed by Staffan Valdemar Holm, as well as Ödön von Horváth's Kasimir and Karoline, directed by Michael Thalheimer.
In 2009 he played in Victoria Benedictsson and Axel Lundegård's Finale, directed by Hilda Hellwig.
He was in the cast of Woyzeck in 2013-14.
He is currently playing in And Give Us the Shadows, The Best Intentions, Still Lives, and Richard III.
Thomas Hanzon is a member of Dramaten's permanent company.
His film works include roles in The Ninth Company, I Love You, I Love You Not, Tic Tac, Breaking Out, Hassel, Faithless, Once in a Lifetime and Beck—Blind Profit. On TV he has been seen in Lars Norén's A Kind of Hades and Personal Sphere 3.1, Ingmar Bergman's Private Confessions and The Soloists.
At Dramaten in recent years he has played in The Tenderness I Deserve, God of Carnage, August, Osage County, Fanny and Alexander, Woyzeck and Black Beast Sorrow.
He is currently playing in And Give Us the Shadows and Brothers of the Clouds.
Joaquin NaBi Olsson
Joaquin NaBi Olsson was trained as an actor at the Northern Theatre School, Århus, and as a dancer and choreographer at European Dance Development Centre in Arnhem/Düsseldorf. From 1999 to 2002 he was a member of the company at the Schaubühne, Berlin, following which he studied to be a dramatist and dramaturge at University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre (now Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts) and free-lanced as an actor and dancer at various venues, including Dramaten, Sasha Waltz & Guests in Berlin, the Stockholm City Theatre, the Göteborg City Theatre, Teater Giljotin and Teater Tribunal.
In addition, Joquin has written, directed and choreographed performances of his own, such as Triton and Mr. Universe at the Schaubühne, Hamlet bitte warten (Hamlet, Please Wait) at Aktör & vänner in Gothenburg and the monologue Remember Me, his examination production at University College, which he performed on Sergels torg in Stockholm.
At the Stockholm City Theatre in 2015 he played Jesus in Åsa Kalmér's production of The Bible, by Niklas Rådström.
He is currently playing in And Give Us the Shadows and The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant.