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Luke Dixon 
is a performance maker, writer, teacher and academic, internationally known for his innovative productions of Shakespeare, his site-specific performances, his teaching of actors and his research into performance. His productions for theatre nomad, of which he was Artistic Director for 20 years, have been seen in China, North America, South Africa, Germany, France, Poland, Russia, Czech and Slovak Republics, Spain and the UK. Luke has a doctorate in 'The Performance of Gender'.  Recent work includes A Summer of Ecosex with Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens.
His book, 'Play-Acting', a guide to theatre workshops, is published by Methuen in the UK and by Routledge in the US.

Tyrone Landau 
maintains a buoyant and varied career as both a theatrical musician, and as a singer.Tyrone was musical director of the Clwyd Dance Project at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Wales, before moving to Australia, where he lived for some years before returning to London in 2004. In Australia he began working in musicals, as musical director of the national tours of The Pathfinder and Nunsense, as well as being a pianist for History of Australia - The Musical, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Peach Melba, Porgy and Bess and Only Heaven Knows. He was musical director of Travelling Light (Meryl Tankard Dance Company) and The Irish… And How They Got That Way (ICA/Victorian Arts Centre Trust),  A Man in a Room Gambling with Gavin Bryars (Melbourne Festival), and the film series Voice, Jam and Videotape for the Adelaide Festival. He conducted the operas Stroke (Chamber Made Opera), Justine (ABC radio), and the world premiere of the Philip Glass’s Voices (Melbourne Symphony Orchestra/Federation Festival). He played the pianist Manny Weinstock in the national tour of Terence McNally’s Masterclass (Sydney Theatre Co/ICA). He has composed for numerous theatrical productions, including She Stoops to Conquer, Macbeth, The Mirage, Barrymore (Sydney Theatre Company), 40 Lounge Cafe, Esterhaz, Pericles, The Emperor Regrets, Lemon Delicious Pudding, The Head of Mary, The Ishmael Club (Playbox, Melbourne), Faust, My Body/My Blood (Melbourne Theatre Company), The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet (Bell Shakespeare, Sydney), Pericles, Song of Songs (Theatreworks, Melbourne), The Imaginary Invalid, Cloud Nine (NIDA, Sydney), Sick Heart River (Theater Calgary, Canada), and Natural Life (Adelaide festival, Lincoln Centre Festival, New York).

Tim Taylor 
has broad experience as an interdisciplinary artist. His work crosses many different genres of performance including dance, straight drama, musical theatre, comedy-sketch and song recital. He has worked with and for performing arts practitioners including Lucy Bailey, Martha Clarke, Luke Dixon, Matthew Hawkins, Bill T Jones, Michael Keegan-Dolan, Jacky Lansley, David McVicar, Ian Spink, Jane Turner, Ultz, Sian Williams and the Kosh. He recently completed a practice as research-based MA in Contemporary Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University for which he gained a pass with distinction. His current arts practice includes working in association with choreographer Jacky Lansley - Director of the Dance Research Studio. This affiliation is facilitative in terms of the provision of a space for the development of work with fellow artist associates and Jacky’s input also offers a depth of mentoring support that is invaluable to a range of creative processes. Equally, the reciprocity of the relationship means that one is able, in turn, to contribute to a variety of initiatives led by Jacky and that centre around the work taking place at the Dance Research Studio.

Jane Turner
has been making "Emotionally propelled choreography...formidable" (The Stage, London) since forming her own dance company in London in the 1990s. Her work has toured in UK and Europe. "Her images not only compelled the attention, they resonated long after in the memory" (MTD Journal of the Performing Arts). Her choreographic method maps the essential dynamics, histories and possibilities of individual bodies and selves to weave multi-textural choreographic events "Excellent" (Suddeutsche Zeitung, Munich) and draws on wide experience working with different media and digital technologies that result in work that is "Mesmerising, playful, provocative" (East Anglian Daily Times). 

Sean Bruno 
has a wide range of experience in making, both solo and collaborative, performance work in various contemporary and traditional styles; including dance, spoken word, multimedia and site specific. He has worked in various writing, performance and dramaturgical capacities with performance companies as The National Theatre of Ireland, Theatre Nomad, The International Workshop Festival, Lo Commotion Dance, Teatro Vivo and Sweden’s The Harbour Project.