josh-lennJosh Lenn, Co-Founder & Artistic Director
Josh originates from San Francisco, CA and has worked as a professional actor for the last 15 years. He has experience in theater, film, TV, commercials, voice over and video games. Starting his career in San Francisco, Josh studied at some of the Bay Area’s best institutions such as American Conservatory Theater and Berkeley Rep. Josh moved to Stockholm in 2008. He created and directed Lost in Translation, which won the 2017 Swedish Performing Arts Audience Award as well as Stockholm’s Best Improv Show 2015. In 2018 he had a recurring role in the Swedish Crime series Modus season 2. Aside from acting, Josh’s true passion lies in helping people express themselves fully through theater and to help them reach their potential. Check out Josh’s acting site.

katarina-wahlberg2014Katarina Wahlberg, Co-Founder & General Manager
Katarina is born and raised in Stockholm, but spent almost ten years living abroad in London, Seville, Madrid and New York. Aside from being an improviser, she has a Master’s Degree in International Relations. For roughly ten years she worked on international development issues while taking improv classes and performing during evenings and weekends. Katarina did most of her improv training in New York. Between 2005 and 2008 she performed in over 100 shows at the Peoples Improv Theater in the ECNY-nominated improv team Fancy Dragon. Back in Stockholm she has performed in numerous improvised shows including Lost in Translation, Mission Improvible, Troubadour Tales and Lemonade. As a member of the independent improv group Dramatiska she performed in shows such as Improvised Tennessee Williams, Improvised Ingmar Bergman, Improvised Woody Allen and Improvised Alfred Hitchcock at Stockholms Improvisationsteater. Katarina teaches classes in improvisation and holds corporate workshops to strengthen cooperation, creativity and communication at work places.  She is a true improv nerd and loves witnessing how improv boosts people’s self-confidence and general happiness. For Katarina, IT’S is an opportunity to combine her passion for the performing arts with a hope to create a welcoming, vibrating and international hub in Stockholm.