Elizabeth de Roza (www.elizabethderoza.com) is an Artist-Scholar and Academic, Interdisciplinary Performance-Maker, Theatre Director, and Actor-movement trainer. She has been making theatre/performances and teaching in higher education for over two decades. Her artistic works range from site-specific social engagement to cross-cultural | disciplinary performances to intense black-box physical and online/digital performances. In 2021, she initiated and co-curated the first Magdalena online festival, Bodies:On:Live
(https://onlinefestival.themagdalenaproject.org/), for women in contemporary theatre and performance. Elizabeth also collaborated with fellow artist Laurie Young and created an intimate-immersive movement audio guide (https://soundcloud.com/nationalgallerysg/sets/closer-audio-guide) for Antony Gormley’s sculptures at the National Gallery of Singapore. Apart from her artistic and teaching roles, Elizabeth is also an active researcher and has published her research in various theatre and performance journals.