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I'm Nora Sediánszky, a Hungarian theatre specialist, working as dramaturgist (mainly), sometimes translator, director, writer for play. 
Rok Vevar (1973, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia) is Slovene publicist, critic and theatre director. Rok Vevar has studied comparative literature at the Faculty of Arts and theatre directing at the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and TV in Ljubljana.
Author of award-winning dance etudes and improvised choreographies. He has performed on Polish and international stages at, among others, the Grand Theatre in Warsaw, Konzerthaus Vien in Vienna, or Sadler’s Wells in London, in works by such prominent choreographers as Nigel Charnock or Ohad Naharin.  
EVGENIY KORNIAG was born in 1983 in Minsk.
Art historian, theatre critic, cultural manager, performing arts curator. She has collaborated with the International Theatre Festivals in Yerevan, (Armenia), Moscow and Saint-Petersburg (Russia). She has a degree of Candidate of the Arts (Ph.D.) in Theatre Studies from The Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS).
Svetlana Ulanovskaya graduated from the department of Belarusian and world culture of the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts (Minsk, 2003). In 2004, she received a Master of Arts.
From 1994 to 1999 he danced in the professional dance company "Hollywood Ballet" (Kiev) He started to study jazz dance (Anna Braslavskaya, Moscow) and Contemporary Dance (Miguel Gutierrez, USA) at the  International Festival Workshop TSEH (Moscow) in 1995. Since then every year he visited many major educational dance projects all over Europe.
Art historian and culture manager. Since 1998 he has collaborated with the International Theatre Confrontations Festival (currently as a producer), and since 2003 with the Provisorium Theatre. In 2004-2009 he served as a tour manager for the Provisorium /Company "Teatr" performances. He is the co-founder of "The Neighbours" Central European Theatre Festival (2006-2008).
Actor, theatre director, translator and drama professor. Szczytko is a graduate of the Leon Schiller National Film School in Lodz (1978) and the Cyrson School of Management (1995), he also attended to Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University (1980).
Art historian, theatre critic, cultural manager, performing arts curator. She has collaborated with the International Theatre Festivals in Yerevan, (Armenia), Moscow and Saint-Petersburg (Russia). She has a degree of Candidate of the Arts (Ph.D.) in Theatre Studies from The Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS).
From 1994 to 1999 he danced in the professional dance company "Hollywood Ballet" (Kiev) He started to study jazz dance (Anna Braslavskaya, Moscow) and Contemporary Dance (Miguel Gutierrez, USA) at the  International Festival Workshop TSEH (Moscow) in 1995. Since then every year he visited many major educational dance projects all over Europe.
Born in 1969 in Yerevan, Armenia, graduate of the Yerevan Art and Theatre Institute as theatrologist with his thesis - "Improvisation and Interpretation in the theater." Enrolled in the graduate school GITIS in Moscow where he prepared to write a thesis named "The function of the symbol in the dramatic text", but was forced to stop his training due to the collapse of the Soviet
Currently working in the Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute (Országos Színháztörténeti Múzeum és Intézet).
Aurora Lubos has been active on the Gdańsk dance scene since 1997, collaborating with the Gdańsk Dance Theatre, the Baltic Sea Culture Centre, Baltic University of Dance, Dada von Bzdülöw Theatre, Club Winda, Club Żak and the Specialist Support Centre in Rusocin. In 2000 she joined the Vincent Dance Theatre, UK, where she works as an actress.
Ayça Ceylan is a performance artist and curator based in İstanbul. She has been producing experiments about the perception process in human body using dance, psychology and technology. In her experiments, she has been researching on how the body and space construct each other.
Boris Bakal is the artistic director of  Shadow Casters (Zagreb). Boris Bakal is a theatre/film director and actor, intermedia artist, curator, writer and macrobiotic cook.

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