Sandra D’Urso (she/her) is an Australia-based performance and theatre studies researcher and critic, who has published on feminist performance art and performance art under legal states of exception. She has also published work on Australian theatrical modernism and contemporary Australian poetry. Her co-authored monograph with Denise Varney, Australian Theatre, Modernism and Patrick White: Governing Culture was published in 2018.
Tiina Rosenberg (she/her) is Professor of Performance Studies at Stockholm University, Sweden, and has previously been Professor of Gender Studies at Stockholm University and at Lund University, Sweden. Rosenberg has written extensively on performing arts, feminism, and queer theory. Her most recent books include Don’t Be Quiet, Start a Riot. Essays on Feminism and Performance (2016), Mästerregissören: När Ludvig Josephson tog Europa till Sverige (The Master Director: Bringing Europe to Sweden, 2017), and HBTQ Spelar Roll – Mellan Garderob Och Kanon (LGBTQ Plays a Role – Between the Canon and the Closet, 2018).
Anna Renée Winget (they/them) is currently a guest lecturer at Stockholm University, Sweden, and a mental health project manager at RFSL, Sweden’s national organization for LGBTQI rights. They hold a doctorate in drama and theatre from the Universities of California at Irvine (UCI), USA, and at San Diego (UCSD), USA, where they completed their dissertation, Performing Possibilities: Trans-Healing in Activist Performance. They received their MFA in Playwriting from Boston University, USA. Their newest play, Grand Canyon Pussy, presented by Sorority Productions, was performed in Los Angeles in 2018.