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Arakelyan, Nairi
Greece
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Assantourian, Alexandra
Greece
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Bayer, Árpád
Hungary
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Cade, Chris
United Kingdom
Chris Cade is a freelance actor and storyteller working in museums, schools, heritage sites and community venues across Yorkshire and beyond in the UK. Born in Hull, Chris is based near York. He trained at St.John's College, York (B.Ed Hons) and Bretton Hall (M.A. Educational Theatre) and was a co-founder of Platform 4 Theatre at the National Railway Museum (1991 - 2016).
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Capstick, Emily
United Kingdom
Based in the Northwest, I have been working with museums, heritage sites and art galleries throughout the UK for fifteen years: as a creative consultant, script-writer, director, actor/facilitator, maker and mentor. Current projects include: "Playing Out in Manchester" (working title) - funded by the Arts Council, Grants for the Arts, I will be working with Matt Wardle and Alison Hale to create a participatory performance that will link with the collections and galleries of three cultural venues in Greater Manchester. John Rylands Library, Salford Museum and Art Gallery and the People's History Museum are actively seeking to build relationships with local schools with specialist support provision and are involved in the creative development of this session for children and young people with special educational needs.
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Coleman, Jacquelyn
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Dalda, Vikenta
Greece
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Daskalaki, Maria
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Dimopoulou, Nikoletta
Greece
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Engström, Jessica
Sweden
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Fahlström, Jerker
Sweden
The actor Jerker Fahlström is an actor with many years of experience on stage, cinema, radio, TV and has played many main roles with both child and adult theatre. Jerker has worked with many of the big names within Swedish film, and has been involved in film making abroad in e.g. Romania and Poland. Between film and theatre work he travels across the world with his storytelling show: "Of Gods, Heroes and little people". With his show Jerker invites to a shimmering world of the heroes and gods of the Viking Age. Tales where he cleverly weaves together the tale with facts about clothing, weapons and way of life. It is a show played around the world, for example Texas, St. Petersburg, Iceland, England, Scotland, Greenland, Faroe Islands and the Orkney Islands.
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Farthing, Anna
United Kingdom
Bristol based, but also working nationally and internationally, Dr Anna Farthing works to commission as a writer, director, producer and consultant for those wishing to engage with drama in museum education, theatre and media. Anna can be engaged as an individual freelancer, or for larger projects through her company Harvest Heritage Arts and Media. A specialist in creative active learning, she also has a PhD from Manchester University in engaging the public with difficult and sensitive histories through drama and this has led to opportunities to present her research and professional practice at international conferences, and as a visiting lecturer to university students. Anna joined the board of IMTAL Europe in 2006 and was Chair from 2009 to 2012. She stood down at the 2012 AGM in order to focus on her own projects. Clients have included: Conservatoire for Dance and Drama (www.cdd.ac.uk).
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Greer, Warren
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Heinritz, Jürgen
Germany
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Henwood, Jo
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Hiefner-Konietzko, Birgit
Germany
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Jackson, Tony
United Kingdom
I'm based at the University of Manchester, as Emeritus Professor of Educational Theatre, and was Director of the "Performance, Learning & Heritage" research project, 2005-8. The research and the database are available online at www.plh.manchester.ac.uk. Now retired, I continue to research and write. Recent books include "Learning through Theatre" (3rd edition, co-edited with Chris Vine, 2013), "Theatre, Education & the Making of Meanings" (2007)and (co-edited with Jenny Kidd), "PERFORMING HERITAGE: research, practice & innovation in museum theatre and live interpretation".
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Kampouroglou, Apostolia
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Karanpou, Eirini-Angeliki
Greece
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Kloka-Vitaliotou, Afroditi
Greece
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Kokou, Maria
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Kondylidou, Areti
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Koutsoudaki, Erato
Greece
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Kyriakopoulou, Vassia
Greece
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McNeill, Alex
United Kingdom
KS2 School Visitor and Photographer The Vikings Anglo Saxons Iron Age Celtic Britain and the Roman Invasion As well as providing history experiences for schools Alex is also a freelance professional photographer combining historic interpretation and photography to produce imagery for museums, exhibitions, on site interpretive panels, Advertising, and Print.
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Misirli, Asimenia
Greece
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Muir, Tom
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Osbaldeston, Dan
United Kingdom
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Pantzou, Panagiota
Greece
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Pischu, Barbara Evangelia (Πίσχου, Βαρβάρα Ευαγγελία )
Greece
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Poelzl, Renate
Austria
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Rakopoulou, Maria
Greece
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Rocklyn, Laura
Laura Rocklyn is an actor, writer, and first person historical interpreter based in Boston, MA. She writes and performs one-woman historic character portrayals for educational groups up and down the East Coast. Laura presented her one-woman play "Charlotte Brontë: To Do More and Better Things" as a part of the North American Friends of Chawton House 2021 Speaker Subscriptions Series, and her original short play "Emma is Presented in Washington City" premiered as the curtain raiser for the Jane Austen Society of North America 2016 Annual General Meeting. "Clover," a bio-drama based on the life of Marian “Clover” Adams, which Laura co-wrote with Ty Hallmark, was produced by Ally Theatre Company. She has performed with Regional theatre companies across the United States, and is an Acting Troupe Member with History At Play and an Associate Company Member at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company.
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Shelley, Rebecca
Greece
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Sklaveniti, Panagiota
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Solidaki, Marina
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Souli, Aikaterini
Greece
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Soulopoulou, Stavroula
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Tsitou, Fotini
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Tsitouri, Amalia
Greece

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