• Grover, Amitesh

    Grover, Amitesh (IND). Performance Artist based in New Delhi/ India.


  • Gunnell, Terry

    Gunnell, Terry (ISL). Professor of Folkloristics. University of Iceland; book publications: The Origins of Drama in Scandinavia; (ed.) Masks and Mumming in the Nordic Area.


  • Gurgel-Seefeldt, Nicole

    Gurgel-Seefeldt, Nicole (USA). Dancer. Communications Manager. AlternateRoots.


  • Gusman, Tancredi

    Gusman, Tancredi (IT). Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow. Institute of Theatre Studies, Freie Universität Berlin/Germany. Publications: L’arpa e la fionda. Kerr, Ihering e la critica teatrale tedesca tra fine Ottocento e il nazionalsocialismo (2016).


  • Guy, Georgina

    Guy, Georgina (UK). Lecturer in Theatre & Performance. Royal Holloway, University of London/UK. Publications: Theatre, Exhibition, and Curation: Displayed & Performed (2016).


  • Haddad, Oriana

    Haddad, Oriana (UK). Performer, Cultural Anthropologist, Body Movement Analyst. www.embodimenta.com



  • Hager, Philip

    Hager, Philip (UK). Associate Lecturer. University of Winchester. Book publications: Performances of Capitalism, Crises and Resistance: Inside / Outside Europe (with M. Zaroulia); book chapters: Europhile or Eurosceptic? Gaps in the Narrative and Performances of Panic (with M. Zaroulia); Dramaturgies of Crisis and Performances of Citizenship: Syntagma Square, Athens.


  • Hagiwara, Ken

    Hagiwara, Ken (JP). Professor of the School of Global Japanese Studies, Meiji University in Tokyo. He gives courses on Japanese theater history and does research on modern and contemporary German and Japanese theater. His activities include preparation / operation of subtitles for guest performances by companies from German-speaking countries in Japan. hagi@meiji.ac.jp

  • Halbrock, Dorothee

    Halbrock, Dorothee (DE). Initiated the collaborative development of the transdisciplinary space-developing format Hallo Festspiele in Hamburg in 2014, hosting a longterm artistic community center Schaltzentrale in a former power station. Founding member and former Curator of MS Dockville Kunstcamp and Festival along with Lüttville, Daughterville and Vogelball (until 2013). Graduated in culture studies and works as a guest lecturer at several universities.

  • Hale Wood, Katelyn

    Hale Wood, Katelyn (USA). Assistant Professor of Theatre History and Performance Studies. Department of Drama, University of Virginia/USA. katehalewood@gmail.com