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Professor Simon Trussler

Professor Simon Trussler, former Senior Research Fellow of the College, retired in 2011. His contribution to theatre scholarship has been significant and he continues to exert a considerable influence given his curation of an immense body of knowledge evidenced by his co-editorship (first with Clive Barker and now with Maria Shevtsova) of New Theatre Quarterly since its […]

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Professor Anthony Hozier

Professor Hozier, the College’s former Vice-Principal, was instrumental in bringing the David Bolland Kathakali Collection to the College, and personally digitised and catalogued all video and filmed material. He has documented and catalogued also two conferences held at the College: Actor Training Symposium One: Performance/Process in 1999 which involved contributions from Professor Jean Benedetti, Vladimir Ananyev, Zofia […]

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Rose Bruford College New Writing Consultant – Dr Aleks Sierz FRSA

Dr Sierz is the author of the seminal book In-Yer-Face Theatre: British Drama Today published by Faber & Faber in 2001; The Theatre of Martin Crimp, Methuen 2006, (second edition Bloomsbury 2013); John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger London: Continuum, 2008; Rewriting the Nation: British Theatre Today, Methuen 2011; and The Decades of Modern British Playwriting: […]

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Wlodzimierz Staniewski

Wlodzimierz Staniewski is the founder and Artistic Director of the internationally acclaimed Centre for Theatre Practices Gardzienice. As a director and writer he has given masterclasses and lectures for the Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre Studio, Barbican Centre and Magdalen College Oxford in the UK; Getty Centre, NYU, Yale and Stanford University in the USA; […]

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John Martin

John Martin is the founder and Director of Pan Intercultural Arts, an organisation dedicated to the exploration of cultural diversity through the arts and how such work can inspire and implement social change. PAN is funded amongst others by the Baring Foundation, Heritage Lottery, Arts Council England, British Council, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and Children in […]

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