Keith D Greenleaf, Managing Director
co-founder of WELT and a former actor / director at the Amelia Earhart Playhouse (AEP), has lived in Germany for over 35 years and first performed onstage in Germany at the Frankfurt Playhouse, playing Commander Harbison in South Pacific (1995). Since then, he has acted in and directed over sixty theater and film productions. He has attended the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) Summer School in the UK for many years as well as the summer acting course at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He has also trained under Frederik Malsy from Für Garderobe keine Haftung. He is a member of the Frankfurt English Speaking Theatre (FEST) and has also worked as a member of the Education Team at the English Theatre Frankfurt.
Cornelia Groeger, Acting and Vocal Coach, Co-Director
Cornelia Groeger is a seasoned actress and a lover of the performing arts. Born and raised in Kuwait with a bilingual fluency in English and German, she started acting at a young age and rediscovered her passion when she moved to New York, cutting her teeth on stage and film as the blue eyed brunette next door with a deep, dark secret, a heartbreaking cry and an infectious laugh. She trained under Matthew Corozine (MCS, NYC), Austin Pendleton (HB Studio, NYC), Rachel Jones and Howard Meyer (HM Acting School, NY). Cornelia moved to Germany in 2020 and when not on set or stage, she is excited to be working as an acting/vocal coach and director at the WPAC.