Welch, Kimberly (USA). Ph.D. student in Theater and Performance Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles/USA.
Wenn, Chris (AUS). Sound Designer and Ph.D. student. Monash University, Melbourne/Australia. Publications: How I Heard: The “Phenomenarchaeology” of Performance (2014).
Werthschulte, Marie (DE). Artistic Co-Director, -Curator, -Organization of the festival DANCE IN RESPONSE since 2016. She works in the fields of Choreography, Video Art, Ritual. Member of the performance collective kompanie, Hamburg. Studied Media and Cultural Studies (B.A.) at HHU Düsseldorf and UBC Vancouver and Performance Studies (M.A.) at University Hamburg.
Wessendorf, Markus (USA). Professor of Theatre at the University of Hawai’I, Manoa and an international director.
White, Maria (AUS). PhD Candidate in Theatre and Performance Studies. University of New South Wales; selected performances: Never Trust A Creative City, Festival Fatale (2016); Several Selves, Wassaic Festival (2016); Wish You Were Here, Underbelly Arts Festival (2015)
Whybrow, Nicolas (UK). Head of the School of Theatre, Performance and Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick/ England, Principal Investigator in a 3-year AHRC-funded research project entitled Sensing the City. Publications: Art and the City; Performing Cities (Editor, with chapter contributions from an international line-up of artists and scholars). email@example.com
Wibbeler, David (DE). Graduated with a degree in media engineering before joining Frappant e.V. in 2012. Working as a freelancer at that time he joined the collective. Organizing events at Frappant’s club Kachelraum. He finally took the step/responsibility to becoming a board member in 2014, accompanyingthe foundation of the cooperative fux e.G. which allowed the former tenants to buy the Viktoria-Kaserne in 2015. After several month of reconstruction Frappant reopened its event-and galleryspace in March 2017.
Wihstutz, Benjamin (DE). Junior Professor of Theatre Studies. Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz/ Germany. His research focuses on politics and aesthetics, German theatre around 1800, and performance and disability
Wilmer, Stephen (IRL). Professor Emeritus of Drama at Trinity College Dublin/Ireland. Publications: Theatre and Statelessness in Europe (with Azadeh Sharifi); Critical Stages (2016); Resisting Biopolitics: Philosophical, Political and Performative Strategies (2016) (with Audronė Žukauskaitė); Deleuze and Beckett (2015). firstname.lastname@example.org
Witte, Maren (DE). Freelance Dance Dramaturge. Professor for Performing Arts in Society at HKS University of Applied Sciences and Arts Ottersberg. Ottersberg/Germany. Publication: Anders wahrnehmen als man sieht.