À propos de Sebastian Samur

Sebastian Samur is a performer and doctoral student at the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies (University of Toronto). His primary research interest is actor training and its various manifestations. This has led him to train with various companies, including SITI Company, Odin Teatret, Roy Hart Theatre, and, most recently, the Dairakudakan butoh troupe. His MA thesis (completed at the Université du Québec à Montréal) focused on the actor’s appropriation of technology into his/her practice – specifically, incorporating projection through the use of mime and neutral mask techniques. Since then, he has continued his intermedial research, publishing an article on the use of androids in medical simulation at Hôpital Montfort (Ottawa) in Canadian Theatre Review, and with the university’s Digital Dramaturgy Lab, looking at karaoke techniques for teaching intercultural theatre forms, specifically, Jingju (Beijing Opera) performance.

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