Rumsey, Phoebe (USA). Ph.D. student of Theatre. Graduate Center, City University of New York. New York/USA. Publication: The New Choreography of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Allegro.
Sachsenmaier, Stefanie (UK). Ph.D. Middlesex University, DEA Sorbonne Nlle, MA Goldsmiths. Senior Lecturer in Theatre Arts at Middlesex University, Programme Leader of BA Theatre Arts (Performance) and HEA Fellow. Co-published / co-edited: Collaboration in Performance Practice: Premises, Workings and Failures, 2016; articles related to her research with Rosemary Butcher, such as: Reinventing the Past: Rosemary Butcher encounters Allan Kaprow’s 18 Happenings in 6 Parts, Choreographic Practices Journal, 2013.
Sack, Daniel (USA). Author of After Live: Possibility, Potentiality, and the Future of Performance (2015); Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape (2016); Editor of Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage (2017). He is on the faculty at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Sandoval, Ashlie (USA). Ph.D. student. Department of Performance Studies Northwestern University/USA.
Sarkar, Urmimala (IND). Teaches at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, in New Delhi, India. Publications include co-edited monographs The Moving Space: Women in Dance, (Primus Books), and Traversing Traditions: Celebrating Dance in India (Routledge, 2010); edited publication Dance: Transcending Borders (Tulika, 2008), and co-authored book Engendering Performance (Sage, 2011).
Sarnayzadeh, Majid (IRN). PhD student in Technology Management. MA in Philosophy of Sciences. Teacher of acting at University of Applied Science and Technology for Culture and Art of Persian Gulf. Director of Kargah Theater of Bandar Abbas.
Schäfer, Martin Jörg
Schäfer, Martin Jörg (DE). Professor of Literature and Performance Studies at the Hamburg University German Department. His books include: The Theatre of Education (2016). The Art of Being Many (co-editor, 2016) art works. Ästhetik des Postfordismus (2015, as a part of the research network “art&work”), The Violence of Leisure (2013). firstname.lastname@example.org
Scharm, Annika (DE). Studied Applied Theatre (BA) in Brisbane (Australia). 2012: MA in Performance Studies from University of Hamburg,. Works as a freelance performer and theatre maker. Annika Schwarm performed her pieces BALZTÄNZE (courtship dances) at Kampnagel, 2015; Murder of Crows (Kampnagel 2016). Co-initiated Treffen Total 2016 with other Hamburg artists (K3, Hamburg).
Schaub, Mirjam (DE). Philosopher and Journalist. Professorship for philosophy at the University of Art and Design, Burg Giebichenstein, Halle, Saale/ Germany. Member of the Graduate School ‘Performing Citizenship’ at HafenCity University Hamburg.
Scheer, Edward (AUS). Professor in the School of the Arts and Media. University of New South Wales. Sydney/Australia. Publications: William Yang: Stories of Love and Death (with Helena Grehan) New Media Dramaturgy (with Peter Eckersall and Helena Grehan).