MEET THE TEAM
Co-founder & Artistic Director
Dorothy is an experienced theatre professional with a versatile portfolio in the entertainment industry. She has managed events and artistic direction for Revamp MT since its inception, and her work for the company includes The Band's Visit, Your Song: Celebrating the Music of Elton John, Some Enchanted Evening, and a children's original musical: Il-Ħrafa tas-Soppa tal-Ġebel. She enjoys collaborating with both established and emerging talents, and has directed and produced a variety of events, ranging from music concerts, plays and musicals to self-penned, commissioned works for different age groups.
Dorothy is a skilled performer and a classically trained singer with great vocal flexibility. She holds a Licentiate in Music Performance (Classical Singing) from Trinity College London and a Diploma in Classical Voice Performance from the Malta School of Music, guided by Soprano Miriam Cauchi. Her versatile achievements include roles in musicals, plays, concerts, opera and television in Malta, Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, and the Royal Albert Hall, London. She is also a music educator as well as arranger for choirs and various vocal ensembles.
Aside from the performing arts, Dorothy specialises in language teaching, content writing, translation, proofreading and voice over recordings. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Maltese and English, a Postgraduate Diploma in Interpreting, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, and a Certificate in Proofreading from the University of Malta. She completed her MA in English at the University of Nottingham on a scholarship and was awarded her second MA in Popular Music within the Department of Maltese at the University of Malta.
Co-founder & Musical Director
Edward Mifsud is a pianist, composer, arranger, orchestrator, as well as a highly experienced music tutor. He studied classical piano with Ms Amelia Calleja, receiving an Associate Diploma in Pianoforte Performance from the London College of Music. He furthered his studies at the University of Malta with Mro Michael Laus and Dr John Galea, graduating with a BA (Hons) and MMus degree in Music Composition. His research explored the application of progressive rock music traits to contexts typically associated with classical music.
Edward has played, conducted, and musically directed numerous shows, concerts, and contemporary projects, working with various artists in a broad range of musical genres. His work for Revamp MT includes music direction for The Band's Visit (2023, Teatru Manoel), Some Enchanted Evening (2020, Robert Samut Hall), orchestral arrangements as well as music direction for Your Song (2019, Malta National Library) and Down Memory Lane (2018, Teatru Manoel), and music compositions for an original children's musical, Il-Ħrafa tas-Soppa tal-Ġebel (2021, Teatru Manoel). Other compositions include sacred choral music, orchestral and piano music, and Maltese poetry set to original melodies.
Edward has also conducted a variety of music ensembles, from experienced performers to student orchestras within schools, where he specifically formulated music programmes suited to their needs and abilities to ensure a holistic education.
Karl is a warranted Architect and Civil Engineer and has been actively practising his profession locally since 2010. Through his private practice he has been engaged in the architectural, structural design, and consultation of numerous construction projects around the island.
He was introduced to theatre through his wife, Dorothy, and has since co-produced and managed a variety of successful productions with her. This led him to further explore the art of scenic design, showcasing his work for The Band's Visit at Teatru Manoel in May 2023.
Karl is President of the Malta Canoe Federation and is an active, certified BCU Level 3 sea-kayaker and canoe-polo player