Cast and crew of Just Add Water
It takes quite a few people to make this show. Take a moment to get to know our the folks who make this all possible.
The show is created by Paul Nathan and Martin Mall and is an Unusual Production in associate with Climate Theater (USA), GOP Theater (Germany), and Dive4Life. You can see Paul Nathan in Quilitz (Essen, Germany - November - December) and Martin in Licht Gestalten (München, Germany - November - December).
Sahra and Manfred Narres - Own and opperate dive4life along with a great team of knowledgable folks who helped us out all along the way. Not only was the show inspired by this beautiful dive location but we could not have made it happen without the support of the staff at dive4life.
Georg Nies did the photography. If you see a great photo here then Georg shot it. Georg is a fantastic photographer who brought a lot of creativity and ideas to the project. You can see more of his work at www.uwf.de. While you are there you can check out some of the best underwater photo gear on the market today.
Our onsite but out of water Assistant is Marie Pierre Campo. When you see a photo of us working with Georg, that was MP. She fed us, kept us dry, got us wet, and generally helped make it all happen.
Paul Spiegel. Paul is our legal council and one of the initial funders of the new Climate Theater. Paul S. keeps Paul N out of jail and on stage where he belongs - mostly.
Paul Nathan (HBO, MTV, Star Trek Voyager) stars in this enthralling blend of magic, comedy, and wetness.
Martin Mall Last year Martin jumped out of an airplane to do the world's highest card trick. This year Martin takes to the water for magic ten meters below. Next year Martin stars in a show with Lazers.
Bob Mendelsohn at Damp Rabbit Productions brainstormed with us until the wee hours of the night. He inspired some of our best ideas for this show.
We recommend these GOP shows:
Quilitz Show plays GOP Essen through December 31st.
Wundertüte plays GOP Theater at Bad Oeynhausen through December 31st
Licht Gestalten plays GOP München through January 6th