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Olivia Furber -

Co-artistic director

Olivia is a theatre director & producer experienced in creating cross-disciplinary work in collaborative environments. She received a collaborative MA in International Performance Research from the Universities of Helsinki, Warwick & Amsterdam and went on to take up a movement director traineeship at Opera North in 2015. She is a research associate at The Academy of Live & Recorded Arts (ALRA), currently investigating the ethics of international collaboration. She has directed & assistant directed work for York Theatre Royal, Ensemble52 & Theatre Hullabaloo. As a producer she has delivered projects with London International Festival of Theatre, TakeOff Festival and the University of Hertfordshire.

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Jo Tyabji -

Co-artistic director

Jo is a director and performer working across theatre, virtual reality, and public performance. She is a Company Associate at Milk Presents. Past work includes Dharavi ki Kel, an interactive promenade show for some of Mumbai's most crowded streets, and Howl on the Underground, a pop up performance on London's tube network. In 2017 she was resident director at the Almeida theatre, and in 2018 is a Staff Director at the UK's National Theatre. She was previously the editor of openSecurity, an online publication focused on conflict and peacebuilding. She drags as Joé de Vivre.

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Vikrant Dhote -

Associate Producer

Vikrant Dhote is a performer, writer, director, and more recently a filmmaker, based in Bombay. He has a B.A in English Literature and has studied at the London International School of Performing Arts. He currently performs in Shikhandi- The Story of the In-Between. is solo theatre show Dekho Magar Pyaar S, a quirky take on gender and sexuality, was developed through the Gender Bender Grant (supported by Goethe-Institut and Sandbox Collective) awarded in 2015. His short film, Any Other Day (2016) won the Best Emerging Director Award at KASHISH- Mumbai International Queer Film Festival (MIQFF) and the APQFFA Best Short Film Award at the Taiwan International Queer Film Festival in November 2017. ja ( 2018) won Best Narrative Short at MIQFF 2018 and is competing for the IRIS Prize.