After studying Acting and Directing at the Folkwang Academy of the Dramatic Arts in Essen, Germany in 1992 Johannes Brandrup started a succesful career as an actor on stage and screen. He won several awards including the prestigeous German Max Ophüls Preis in 1994 and the italian Efebo d`Oro and Ennio Flaiano in 2004. He starred in international productions next to stars such as Omar Sharif, Franco Nero or Armin Müller Stahl. As result of his work as a director of a multi media spectacle at the cultural capitol of Europe Weimar 1999 he founded the Logentheater Company to explore his ideas on “digital theater”, first as an experimental dramatic artform and soon afterwards as a commercial enterprise in 2008.