Antonia has danced ballet for 16 years at Hellerup Klassiske Balletskole. During this time, she took a 2-year education in London at American Musical Theatre Academy of London, where she got her degree in singing, acting and dancing (ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary).
She has taken part in several musical projects such as 'Matilda', 'Into the Woods' and 'Chicago'. Antonia has credits in shows like 'Isa’s Stepz', 'Snurre Snups Søndagsklub', and 'Sommersummarum' and has played Ophelia for the past 2 years in 'Hamlet' live at Kronborg Castle.
In her every day life Antonia teaches several levels for children and young adults at Hellerup Klassiske Balletskole while also working at a stage school and with different theatre projects.
Josephine Berggreen received her ballet dancer training at the Royal Theatre's Ballet School. She was employed in the Royal Danish Ballet in 2010, and has since danced both corps and soloist parts in the Ballet's repertoire. After 16 years at the Royal Theatre she decided to retire as a professional dancer in the summer of 2016 to explore other paths in life. She is now studying medicine at Copenhagen University. Ballet and performing arts have a special place in Josephine's heart, and in her teaching, she focussed particularly on love of dancing and ballet as a form of expression in addition to the ballet technique.