Tobias Alexander Edward Manderson-Galvin | Academic
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Academic

performance studies

Dates

2004 – present

Education

 

Master of Writing for Performance [University of Melbourne];

Bachelor of Social Science (M: Politics, Cultural Studies; m: Sociology) [Swinburne University];

Diploma of Arts (Small Companies & Community Theatre) [University of Ballarat]

Master

 

2012
Master of Writing for Performance
University of Melbourne, Faculty of Victorian College of the Arts.

 

Creative Work: ‘The Unknown Man on Somerton Beach’

 

Since Awarded: RE Ross Trust Playwrights Award (State Library of Victoria), Spotlight Reading (45downstairs), Dream Plays Commission (Traverse Theatre), Cybec Reading (Melbourne Theatre Company + SummerSalt Festival)

 

Supervisor: Dr Raimondo Cortese

Residencies

 

Visiting Artist
Sheffield Hallam University, Department of Humanities (Stage and Screen)
2018

 

Visiting Artist
University of Witwatersrand, Wits School of Arts
2018

Select Conference Presentations and Talks

 

Tobias Manderson-Galvin, “COPpelgangster21: performing resistance in climates of oppression [performance lecture]” Melbourne, Performance Studies International: PSi2016, July 2016.

 

Tobias Manderson-Galvin and Tom Payne, “The Politics of Disruption at COP21 [Lecture]“Aberystwyth University, Poltics, Protest and Performance, February 2016.

 

Tobias Manderson-Galvin and Tom Payne, “Icy Determination: Doppelgangster’s TITANIC and the Signs and Stages of Migration” Aberystwyth University, Theatre for Change Symposium, February 2016.

 

Tobias Manderson-Galvin, “How To Write Plays [performance lecture]” Crack Theatre Festival, Newcastle, September 2012.