Efrosini Protopapa ← Artists ← Siobhan Davies Dance

Efrosini Protopapa

Efrosini Protopapa is a London-based choreographer and scholar. Her research interests lie in experimental and conceptual practices across dance, theatre and performance and her recent work focuses on notions of negotiation, thinking, friendship, disagreement and encounter in/as performance. Having presented choreographic work across the UK, The Netherlands, Germany and Greece, Efrosini has also collaborated with artists such as Ivana Müller, Tino Sehgal, Frank Bock and Gill Clarke. She was awarded the Bonnie Bird New Choreography Award and was Artist in Residence at Dance4 and a participating artist in the Sadler's Wells Summer University. 

Lately, Efrosini has been working on a choreographic research project entitled ‘the friend at work’, and towards a book publication on dramaturgy as a practice of 'working on actions'. Efrosini works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Roehampton where she convenes the MRes Choreography and Performance programme. She also teaches internationally and has published in journals, arts publications and catalogues for performance festivals.