My areas of expertise cover: live art, contemporary performance practice, auto/biography, theatre journalism, site-specificity, stagecraft, event design and management, audience interactivity, self-reflexive and performative writing, new approaches to directing, and key 20th century practitioners
(Antonin Artaud, Jerzy Grotowski, Robert Wilson, Pina Bausch, the Wooster Group, Forced Entertainment).
You can access some of my lectures at the bottom.
I have an eclectic pedagogy that capitalises on my experience and knowledge as a performance-maker and event producer; emphasising embodied learning and bringing together theory and practice. Above all, I like to encourage a curious, inquisitive and critical body/mind.
Here are some nice things Dr. Rosemary Klich (Head of Drama and Theatre Studies) has said about me:
"Pablo is an exceptionally engaging and inspirational teacher who has expertise across a range of theoretical and practical areas. He always pushes students to produce their best work and to think creatively, facilitating a fun and supportive learning environment. A talented performer and theatre-maker himself as well as an academic, Pablo encourages students to create interesting, innovative performance practice that is informed by current trends in European theatre. I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching with Pablo on modules such as 'New Directions' and 'Performance and Art'. He's always popular with the students!"
Here are some nice things students have said about me in their anonymous feedback:
"I loved the teaching from Pablo, he was very helpful in his feedback and always made seminars and workshops very engaging and interesting."
"The regular meetings with Pablo were extremely useful and this constant support allowed me to develop my research portfolio over the whole term. I was able to send him written work and would get feedback within a few days, which was a great help towards the last few weeks building up to my final project. Overall, I couldn't have asked for more support."