Sue Mayo is a theatre maker, facilitator and researcher. She works across art forms, often in collaboration with other artists, and specialises in participatory and collaborative work. She has recently worked with Ovalhouse, Royal Albert Hall, South Bank Centre, Magic Me, Mulberry School for Girls and Sydenham Garden. She is currently working with Paula Varjack on The Baby Question and The Academy of St Martin in the Fields on Serenade. She lectures at Goldsmith’s, University of London, where she convenes the MA in Applied Theatre.

Nazha Harb is a drama facilitator, teacher and actress. After completing her Master in
Applied Theatre, she now works in prisons and rehab centres using theatre as a tool for development. Having taken certified drama therapy courses and works with the Lebanese Centre for Drama Therapy, Nazha incorporates drama therapy exercises in her group work. She also teaches at the American University of Beirut and has performed in several Lebanese theatre productions.

Tara Hawk is a theatre educator, translator and teacher. She is a well versed educator with over 15 years of experience working with both adolescents and adults in various projects as a teacher and trainer for team building, intercultural and language exchange, political history and anti – racist education. Since 2014, Hawk has realized successful theatre projects with her own high school students using Maike Plath’s Theatrical Mixing Board.
Kristina Werner is a theatre maker and creative arts facilitator in education and community settings working in the UK, Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Germany. She directed Žalia pievelė, a documentary theatre production about the closure of Ignalina Atomic Power Plant, shown in the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre. In 2015, she graduated from the MA Applied Theatre in London. Over the past ten years, she has worked in projects with young people with learning disabilities, intercultural groups, old people in care homes and with refugees.