Mengesha, Lily (USA). Ph.D. Candidate in performance studies. Visiting scholar in MIT’s Literature. Evanston/USA.
Merx, Sigrid (NL). Assistant Professor Theatre Studies. Utrecht University (Netherlands). Teaching Media and Culture and Contemporary Theatre, Dance and Dramaturgy. Publications: Public Pie: Performing Public Space. Performance Research;
Verdubbeling en transformatie. De rol van video in de Proust-cyclus van Guy Cassiers; Swann’s way: video and theatre as an intermedial stage.
Metzger, Sean (USA). Associate Professor and President PSi. UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television; publications include ‘Chinese Looks: Fashion, Performance’; ‘Awkward Stages: Plays about Growing up Gay’ (co-edited with John Clum); ‘Islands, Images, Imaginaries’ (co-edited with Michaeline Crichlow and Francisco-J. Hernández Adrián).
Meyer, Thordis (DE). Singer, Performer, Poet and Music Producer based in Hamburg and Berlin/Germany. Founding member of the Berlin producer’s collective ‘minutektiv’. Student at Hamburg University/ Germany.
Mezur, Katherine (USA). Lecturer. Department of English, Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley/ USA. Associate Researcher, SF Museum of Performance and Design. Publications: Dancing East Asia (2018 with Emily Wilcox); Stranger Communities: Art Labour and Berliner Butoh (2014); Beautiful Boys/Outlaw Bodies: Devising Kabuki Female-likeness (2005).
Mi, You (DE). Curator and Associate Researcher. Academy of Media Arts Cologne. She curates performances and media art, most recently at Asian Culture Center Theater in South Korea and the inaugural Media Art Festival in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Her writings appear on Performance Research, Kaleidoscope, among others.
Millar, Nick (UK). Artist. Glasgow/Scotland. Publications: Bridging Part I; High-Slack-Low-Slack-High.
Miranda, Krista (USA). Visiting Lecturer in Dance. Department at Middlebury College/USA.
Miyagawa, Mariko (JP). Ph.D. candidate in Graduate School of Arts and Science at the University of Tokyo. She was a research fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science in 2014-2016. Her study focuses on butoh dancer Kazuo Ohno, especially the relationship between his words and movements.
Molly, Kenneth (USA). PhD Candidate in Performance Studies. Presidential Fellow at Brown University. NEH grant recipient and one of fewer than 3,000 Americans to have visited the DPRK since 1953. MFA: Dramaturgy, Harvard University; BFA: Dramatic Writing and Classics, New York University. Kenneth_molloy@brown.edu