Anna R. Burzyńska – assistant professor at the Chair of Theatre and Drama of the Jagiellonian University, editor of the ‘Didaskalia Gazeta Teatralna’ magazine. Burzyńska published the following books Mechanika cudu [The Mechanics of a Miracle] (2005), The Classics and the Troublemakers (2008), Maska twarzy [Face Mask] (2011) and Małe dramaty [Little Dramas] (2012).

Katarzyna Fazan – graduate from the Theatre Studies in Krakow, associate professor at the Chair of Theatre and Drama of the Jagiellonian University. Lecturer at the Department of Drama Direction of the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow. Published: Projekty intymnego teatru śmierci. Wyspiański – Leśmian – Kantor [The Projects of the Intimate Theatre of Death. Wyspiański – Leśmian – Kantor] (2009).

Joanna Jopek – PhD student at the Department of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University. She is a graduate of the Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities of the Jagiellonian University. Jopek is an author of the book Tylko fragment. Dramaturgia Mieczysława Piotrowskiego [Only a Fragment. Mieczysław Piotrowski’s Dramas (2013).

Mateusz Antoniuk – literary scholar, assistant at the Chair of the History of the 20th Century Polish Literature of the Jagiellonian University. He is an author of the following books: Otwieranie głosu. Studium o wczesnej twórczości Zbigniewa Herberta [The Opening of the Voice.  A Study of the Early Works by Zbigniew Herbert] (2009) and Kultura małomówna Stanisława  Lacka. W kręgu młodopolskiej świadomości mowy i milczenia [Stanisław Lack’s Quiet Culture. Surrounded by the Young Poland Awareness of Speech and Silence] (2006).

Wojtek Ziemilski – theatre director and visual artist. He creates multi-disciplinary works using theatre, visual arts and choreography. Ziemilski created the shows Mała narracja [Little Narrative], Prolog [The Prologue], W samo południe [High Noon], exploring new forms of documentary theatre and conducted several dozen workshops on new forms of theatrical experiment for the Theatre Institute and the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. He blogs about modern art at:

Christoph Schlingensief – was a German opera, theatre and radio director, talk show host, performer and, first and foremost, a filmmaker. In a polemic way Schlingensief explored themes such as politics and exclusion which stigmatise the homeless, the unemployed and the underprivileged. In 2011 Schlingensief was posthumously awarded the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale for his Church of Fear.

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