Bence is a co-Founder of Éternels Vagabonds. He is a Hungarian theatre director, producer, dramaturg.
He was born in Miskolc, Hungary and has a BA in Psychology (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary) and an MA in Directing (University of Kent, Canterbury, UK).
In Hungary he performed in and directed a number of youth and fringe productions (credits include: Sławomir Mrožek: TANGO, Joanna Owsianko: TIRAMISU) and worked as a workshop leader for youth theatre (Őze Lajos Art School, Eötvös József High School). He was also a member of an award-winning Hungarian a capella vocal ensemble (Tutti Cantabile).
After graduating from Kent, he worked alongside Ariane Mnouchkine and the actors of Le Théâtre du Soleil in Oxford as a student of the École Nomade.
His recent credits include THE LAST QUEEN OF PARADISE by Mel Atkey (Tristan Bates Theatre), new writing musical GRAB 'EM BY THE PUSSY by Caroline Buckley (The Space/The Monkey House/York Theatre Royal), ROOTLOST by Magdalena Krohn (Applecart Arts/Etcetera Theatre) and working as an observing director on David McVicar's production of Verdi's RIGOLETTO (Royal Opera House).
Bence is a member of the Young Vic's Genesis Directors Network and Stage Directors UK.
Adi is a co-founder of Éternels Vagabonds Theatre Company. She is an Israeli actress, musician, producer and writer and part of the company's ensemble.
Adi was born in Tel-Aviv and graduated from the acting course of Kibbutzim College of Performing Arts. She has worked as a professional actress in various productions both on stage and in film & TV (credits include: ROMEO & JULIET, THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA, THE ROOM, ARABIAN NIGHT). She has also worked as an improviser and comedian (ILTURNATIVY ensemble, AN AWESOME STORY in the Cameri Theatre, TARGISHI TOV ensemble) and as a voice artist for the Israeli Radio Services and Israeli television.
In 2015 Adi graduated from the MA Classical Acting Course of Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, where she played lead roles in productions directed by Mark Bell (THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG) and Ben Naylor (ROMEO & JULIET in the POP-UP GLOBE). She took part in Ariane Mnouchkine's workshop in Oxford back in 2015, where she worked alongside the actors of Le Théâtre du Soleil, and has recently worked with OKAPI PRODUCTIONS on producing and performing in her first ever original music video.