Prodigal co-founder Alister O’Loughlin trained in the UK before joining Dah Teatar, a Belgrade based theatre laboratory working in the Odin Tradition with whom he performed from ’97 - ’99.
Between 2002 and 2010 he was one of the Nightingale Theatre’s actor-managers supporting the development of over 100 new pieces of theatre and dance, and hosting a wider range of contemporary performance masters. He is the writer/performer of the multi-award winning Tragedian Trilogy and performed as Bosola in “Ten Thousand Several Doors” winning “Best Show” at the Brighton Festival where it has twice been staged. He performed as the revenger in the “Angel” winning “Queen of the Slaughter”.
He is the lead coach of Prodigal’s Urban Playground Team, and Prodigal’s spokesperson. He is a collaborator on both “Caruso” plays made in collaboration with Andrew G Marshall, and a founder member of the 1595 Club. He is currently the only UK based traceur to have graded with the Gravity Style advanced students in Paris. He is mentored by Steven Berkoff who will present the Tragedian as part of his Riverside Studios Season in June 2011.