Giulano Campo, PhD
Theatrical Consciousness: Russian Theorists of the Actor’s Mind
Giulano Campo's Biography
Giuliano Campo (PhD Rome and Paris) is an Italian performer, director and actor trainer, presently Lecturer in Drama at Ulster University in Northern Ireland (UK). He was visiting professor in a number of international institutions, including the Moscow Art Theatre School (MXAT), and the Federal Universities of Rio de Janeiro and Bahia (Brazil). Campo was formerly a Research Associate for The British Grotowski Project based at the University of Kent, UK, and founder of the theatre company Ypnos Teatro and of the laboratory theatre Towards an Active Culture in Rome. His publications include the book Acting the Essence: The Performer’s Work on the Self (Routledge, 2022), the book/DVD Zygmunt Molik’s Voice and Body Work-The Legacy of Jerzy Grotowski, with Zygmunt Molik (Routledge 2010, published also in Portuguese, Polish, Hungarian, and forthcoming in French) and several articles and book chapters in English, Portuguese, and Italian on theatre and film. Campo is a member of IHA, Irish Humanities Alliance, Environmental Humanities Working Group, and of the research network Humanities for the Anthropocene.