Little, Úna (IRL). Dance Studies Researcher. Dún Laoghaire/Ireland.
Liu Carriger, Michelle
Liu Carriger, Michelle (USA). Assistant Professor of Critical Studies. Theater Department, University of California, Los Angeles/ USA. Publications: ‘The Unnatural History and Petticoat Mystery of Boulton and Park’: A Victorian Sex Scandal and the Theatre Defense; Historionics: Neither Here Nor There with Historical Reality TV; Consuming Culture: The Japanese Way of Tea in Performance.
Liu, Chun-yu (UK/TWN). Visual Artist. London/ UK. http://www.chunyuliu.com
Llana, Jazmin (PH). Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Literature. De La Salle University-Manila/ Philippines. Member of PSi Board of Directors. In 2010 she received the prestigious Dwight Conquergood Award from Psi
Loayze, Milton (USA). Associate Professor. New York, Oswego/ USA. Publications: Strobe Light Consciousness and Body Technology in the Theatre of Antonin Artaud; David Viñas’s Theory of Grotesco and the Glocal Scene of Habitus Production.
Louis, Ross (USA). Associate Professor of Communication Studies and co-founder of Performance Studies Laboratory at Xavier University of Louisiana. Recent projects include This Other World (site-specific performance of Richard Wright’s haiku) and Performance Presence in the Haiku Moment (forthcoming in Text and Performance Quarterly).
Louveau, Nastasia (CH). Ph.D. candidate. University of Zurich working on a doctoral thesis on Pair Performances and Performing Couples in Yugoslavia and the USSR within the framework of the ERC consolidator grant Performance Art in Eastern Europe (1950-1990): History & Theory. She is also a visual artist experimenting with portraits, collages & visual thinking.
Low, Katharine (UK). Lecturer in Applied Theatre and Community Performance at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama/ UK; Publications: Applied Theatre: Performing Health and Wellbeing (2017) (co-editor).
Lozza, Ana Laura
Lozza, Ana Laura (DE). Choreographer, Dancer and Dance Dramaturge.
Lubin-Levy, Joshua (USA). Ph.D. student in Performance Studies. New York University/USA. Joan Tisch Teaching Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art.