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Staff engaged in performance and identity research

Performance and Identity

ADSS J Arnfield Facultystaff 100Jane Arnfield
Reader in Arts, Director of Fine & Visual Arts Programmes & Principal Lecturer in Performing Arts
BA (Hons) Theatre, Dartington College of Arts, 1988
Jane Arnfield was born in Stockport and trained at Dartington College of Arts graduating with a BA (Hons) in Theatre; she has been a theatre practitioner for the past twenty four years. As a performer... more>>

ADSS Kate Craddock Facultystaff 100Dr Kate Craddock
Programme Leader, BA (Hons) Performance Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts
BA (Hons) English Literature and Theatre Studies, University of Glasgow, 2002 MA Performance, Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2004 PhD, Northumbria University, 2010
Kate is a performer, theatre maker and practice-led researcher. Kate initially joined the Performing Arts team at Northumbria University as a Graduate Tutor (2005-2008) before re-joining in September 2011... more>>

ADSS Steve Gilroy Facultystaff 100Steve Gilroy
Director of Performing Arts Programmes, Associate Director: Live Theatre
BA Hons, Drama, University of Bristol
As an award winning professional playwright and director, Steve Gilroy has been producing work on both national and international stages for the last fifteen years. With a primary focus on new plays Steve... more>>

ADSS Cormac Power Facultystaff 100Dr Cormac Power
Senior Lecturer, Performing Arts
PhD in Theatre Studies, University of Glasgow. First Class BA (Hons) Drama, University of Wales Aberystwyth. I joined Northumbria University as a lecturer in October 2006, having completing my PhD at Glasgow University earlier that year.
I have been an active academic researcher since that point, and have variously... more>>

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