Oliver, Daniel (UK). Performance artist, researcher and teaching fellow. Queen Mary University of London/UK.
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 (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.
Owen, Louise (UK). Lecturer in Theatre and Performance at Birkbeck. London/United Kingdom. Publications: Agents of the Future: Theatre, Performance and Neoliberalization.
Pabón, Jessica Nydia
Pabón, Jessica Nydia (USA). Assistant Professor, Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies, SUNY New Paltz/USA.
Palladini, Giulia (DE). Theorist and Researcher in Performance Studies. Based in Berlin/Germany. Lecturer at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee. Publications: The Scene of Foreplay: Theater, Labor and Leisure in 1960s New York (2017); Lexicon for an Affective Archive (co-editor) (2017).
Panagiotara, Betina (UK). Ph.D. Researcher. University of Roehampton. Roehampton/ Unitd Kingdom. Publications: The Dramaturgical Adventures of a Theorist; The Making of Cooperation (Maska, Vol. 30 (Spring-Summer), pp. 96-101, pp. 150-154); A shifting landscape: Contemporary Greek dance and conditions of crisis (with Tsintziloni).
Papadopoulos, Alexandros (UK). Performance artist, Blogger and Associate Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University/ UK. Publications: Performing the Homo-Nazi Effect: Gay Neo-Nazism, Digital Drag Attack, and the Postcinematic Cultures of Crisis (2015).
Paramana, Katerina (UK). Lecturer in Theatre. Brunel University London. Publications/Performances: The Contemporary Dance Economy: Problems and Potentials (in press, Dance Research); Re-turning to The Show (Performance Research); On Resistance through Ruptures and the Rupture of Resistances (Performance Research); Now What? (Cacoyannis Theatre, Athens; With E. Koukoli); IDEA: THIS IS GOOD (Gasworks Gallery, London).
Parameswaran, Ameet (IND). Assistant Professor at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University. Publications: Affirmation and Disidentification: The Labour of Performing Brand India, (Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts); Zooësis and Becoming with in India: The Figure of Elephant in Sahyande Makan: The Elephant Project (Theatre Research International)