Willie Flindt (1942 - ) is trained as a stage director in Denmark, UK and Japan. He is a qualified Noh-actor, and has studied Noh-theatre's instrumental music at Tokyo University of Arts. He studied Japanese language, theatrical history and music anthropology at Waseda University, Tokyo and Japanese language and literature at University of Copenhagen. He has directed numerous performances in Denmark and abroad, and has collaborated on numerous occassions
with Kirsten Dehlholm and Hotel Pro Forma, of which he is a co-founder, most recently with the highly-acclaimed production Theremin (2004).