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Artistic team

Elisabet Ràfols
Artistic and Executive Director

Founding member. Literary translator.  Her languages are Catalan, French, English and Spanish.
As a dramaturge she has collaborated with Tom Bentley-Fisher, with whom she works as well on the translation and delivery of his master classes in Catalonia.  For more information, visit her website.



Tom Bentley-Fisher
Artistic Director (2008-2016) and Master Teacher

Award winning theatre director, teacher and writer. He has worked throughout Canada, the United States and Europe for over thirty years. He has directed over one hundred productions, taught at numerous universities and theatre schools, and served as the artistic director of five professional theatres. Since becoming the artistic director of Tant per Tant, Tom divides his time between Saskatoon and Barcelona, where in 2009 he spent five months creating and directing a critically acclaimed all-female version of The Iliad for Q-ars Teatre, produced for the prestigious Grec 09 International Festival of Barcelona and remounted in the summer of 2010 for the Festival de Teatro Clásico de Mérida. Tom continues to direct and teach master classes in North America and Europe.For detailed information about Tom’s career you can visit his website.



Lavinia Hollands

She studied playwriting and dramaturgy at the University of Victoria before training under Tom Bentley-Fisher in San Francisco. She directed The Woolgatherer, by William Mastrosimone, in Vancouver and has directed various staged readings at Theatre503, Tristan Bates and the New Diorama Theatre. She currently lives in London and is cofounder of Constructive Interference theatre company. She wrote and directed Adjusting Water Features at the Rosemary Branch Theatre. She was dramaturge and director for Peter Norgate’s Euler's Circles, a new play about disability, at the Brockley Jack Theatre. She directed Governor General award winning play, The December Man, by Colleen Murphy, at the Finborough Theatre and was recently part of the Offcut festival at Riverside Studios in London.