Kanoria, Jaya (IND). Ph.D. candidate. University of Mumbai. Deputy Director, Indian Aesthetics, Jnanapravaha, fine artist. Has taught English to undergraduate students and writes for Critical Collective and Jnanapravaha Mumbai Quarterly Review.
Kaplan, Jeff (USA). MFA in Dance from Texas Woman’s University. Ph.D. candidate in Theatre and Performance Studies. University of Maryland. Maryland/USA.
Karlsson, Johanna (SE). Study Counsellor for Theatre Studies. Stockholm University/Sweden.
Keegan, Daniel L.
Keegan, Daniel L. (AE). Assistant Professor of English. American University of Sharjah (UAE). Articles: Performing Prophecy (Shakespeare Quarterly, Fall 2011); Indigested in the Scenes (PMLA, forthcoming).
Keil, Marta (PL). Performing Arts Curator, based in Warsaw. Curates together with Grzegorz Reske Confrontations festival; EEPAP, Identity.Move!; Program of Teatr Polski in Bydgoszcz; worked as curator and dramaturg with i.e. Agnieszka Jakimiak, Rabih Mroué, Agata Siniarska and Ana Vujanović.
Kelter, Katharina (DE). Research Assistant at the Department of Human Movement/ Performance Studies at Hamburg University. Her research fields include Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, processes of production and materiality in dance theater, questions of documenting and archiving dance. Co-editor of ‘Bewegungsmaterial. Produktion und Materialität in Tanz und Performance‘ (2016, with Timo Skrandies). Katharina.firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelty, Matthew (USA). Ph.D. Student in Asian Theatre. University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Mānoa/USA.
Kim, Su Jin
Kim, Su Jin (DE/KOR). MA Performance Studies, Hamburg University. She is interested in exploring body-systems and new movement possibilities through the observation of her body in social and daily live. Furthermore she investigates dance and movement in different contexts and in relation to different disciplines
Kit-Ying Natalie, Cheung
Kit-Ying Natalie, Cheung (HK). Creative Director of Drama COLLABoratory. Dramaturg, Director, Producer and Drama Educator. Recent works: Morbid Anatomy, The Hong Kong Plague of 1894 Museum Theatre Project; Forum Theatre Project for people with lived experience of mental ill health; The Elderly Oral History Community Theatre Project – Sham Shui Po. Publications in Hong Kong Drama and applied theatre quarterly magazine TEFOzine.