Lynne Kendrick is a Lecturer in Drama at the Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London. Lynne is a researcher in theatre practices and processes of performance, including actor training and applied performance. Publications include “A paidic aesthetic: an analysis of games in Philippe Gaulier’s ludic pedagogy” in Theatre, Dance and Performance Training Vol 2 (1) London: Routledge 2011, and “Arts and Disability, Disability Arts” in Minorities, eds. Lidstone & Roberts, London: Erasmus Arts and Media, 1996. She also works as a producer and is a founder member and trustee of Camden People’s Theatre, London.David Roesner is a Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of Exeter. His research interests include contemporary music theatre, experimental theatre, musicality of theatre. Some of his selected publications are: Theater als Musik. Tübingen: Gunter Narr 2003; Szenische Orte – Mediale Räume (co-edited with Wartemann, G./Wortmann, V.), Hildesheim: Olms 2005; “The politics of the polyphony of performance”, Contemporary Theatre Review, 1/2008, pp. 44-55; “Musicality as a paradigm for the theatre – a kind of manifesto”, Studies in Musical Theatre, Vol 4/3: 2010, pp. 293-306; Composed Theatre (co-edited with Matthias Rebstock). Bristol: Intellect 2011.