East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.


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Producer of the Cirkus Mlejn theatre troup and director of a cultural centre  KD Mlejn in Prague. Currently working in Prague Dagmar Roubalová’s major projects include:
Currenly working for Artelier D, Proiecte pentru copii.
Dorina Khalil-Butucioc was born on 21/11/1975 in the Republic of Moldova and has finished her university studies with a graduation thesis „The paradigm of the absurd in Ionesco’s theater” and with a postgraduate doctoral thesis „National dramaturgy of the 90s in the (con)text of postmodernism”.
EVGENIY KORNIAG was born in 1983 in Minsk.
A live arts curator, producer and director. Originally from Calgary, Canada, he has produced and co-organized many independent performance projects and events in Prague, ranging from work for the Prague Quadrennial and Tanec Praha to Motus. Currently the artistic director of the Alfred ve dvoře Theatre in Prague.
Ganna Veselovska is the head of Department in the lnstitute of Contemporary Art lssues at the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine and main research fellow in the National Centre of Theatrical Arts named after Les’ Kurbas
University lecturer and researcher, performing arts curator. The author of numerous articles, critiques and essays in Polish, Serbian, Slovene in international theatre and art journals.  As a freelance curator he cooperates with different international theatre and art festivals, institutes, theaters and independent theatre companies. He is one of the creators and curators of  EEPAP.
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).