• O’Donnell, David

    O’Donnell, David (NZ). Associate Professor in Theatre. Victoria University, Wellington, Aotearoa/ New Zealand. He has directed many New Zealand plays und published extensively on New Zealand and Pacific theatre. Editor of the Playmarket New Zealand Play Series (since 2010).


  • O’Carrol, Cathy

    O’Carrol, Cathy (IRL). Lighting Designer, Artist and Second Year Fiosraigh Scholar. Dublin/Ireland.


  • O’Gorman, Róisín

    O’Gorman, Róisín (IRL). Practice-led Scholar and Lecturer. Department of Drama & Theatre Studies, University College Cork/ Ireland.


  • O’Malley, Charles

    O’Malley, Charles (USA). Dramaturg, Writer and MFA candidate in Dramaturgy & Dramatic Criticism at Yale/USA.


  • Odugbesan, Abimbola

    Odugbesan, Abimbola (DE/NGA). Lecturer. Silent University Hamburg/ Germany. Founding Member of Lampedusa in Hamburg. Member of the Organizing Committee for the 2016 International conference of Refugees & Migrants in Hamburg. Publications: The Silent University: Towards a Transversal Pedagogy (contributing author).

  • Olbers, Sofie

    Olbers, Sofie (DE). Doctoral researcher of Educational Science.


  • Oliveira, Juliana

    Oliveira, Juliana (DE). Performance and Theater-Maker. 2007: Concluded her studies in Performing Arts Sciences at University of Lisbon. Since 2008 based in Hamburg. 2012:   Master in Performance Studies from University of Hamburg. Solo works Babe Babel Dear_The Authentic Volume (2012) and RUINS (2016). Engaged in organization of Probebühne im Gängeviertel e.V.

  • Oliver, Daniel

    Oliver, Daniel (UK). Performance artist, researcher and teaching fellow. Queen Mary University of London/UK.


  • Onishi, Deidre

    Onishi, Deidre (USA). Studied Kabuki at the University of Hawaii-Manoa and at workshops at the Kabukiza in Tokyo. Onishi is currently teaching and directing for the Department of Art, Music, and Theatre Arts at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma, USA.


  • Ortuzar, Jimena

    Ortuzar, Jimena (CAN). PhD candidate. University of Toronto’s Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. Investigaing how new citizenship identities are emerging as a result of the global division of labour, migration, and gender. Published on topics ranging from parkour and urban activism to Latinx performance and human rights in the Americas.