Hildur Kristinsdottir is a Norwegian director and actor. She has her education from the Academy of Performing Arts in Fredrikstad and she has a background from dance with an emphasis on breakdance. She premiered at Black Box teater in 2008 with the duo Søstrene Andrews and the performance Søstrene Andrews presenterer: Faen, verden brenner. In 2009 the duo also presented the performance Salt-N-Pepper serverer den tredje sjimpanse. Since 2010 Hildur has been working with the theater trilogy Klassikere for kids which is aiming to make selected classics accessible for kids, exploring and challenging conventional theater for children, working under the mantra that all good themes are just as suitable for children as they are for adults. All three performances have been shown at Black Box teater and the first two were nominated for the Norwegian Hedda award in the category for children and youth. Klassikere for kids have been touring Norway to rave reviews from the audience and press. Faust for Kids and To the Lighthouse has also been played in Denmark. As part of the duo Kristinsdottir / Willyson, Hildur Kristinsdottir has also directed the performance Synkehull that was presented during Oslo Internasjonale Teaterfestival in 2017.
For Fall 2019, Hildur Kristinsdottir, together with Eirik Willyson, will premiere Lille Leiolf on 6 November.