Cyborphic is a London-based theatre company specialising in science fiction theatre and Greek theatre. Its name combines cyber and Orpheas, bridging the ancient with the futuristic.
Christos Callow Jr is a Greek British writer, academic and theatremaker. Produced plays include Bunnies and Voice. Published fiction includes Gameplay, Etherotopia. Founder of Performing Greece conference on contemporary Greek theatre, Stage the Future conference on Science Fiction Theatre and Talos: the 1st Sci-Fi Theatre Festival of the UK. (Linkedin)
Andriana Domouzi is a classicist and theatre scholar, with a PhD on Greek lost plays by Euripides. Performing Greece co-organiser since 2016, she's also researching relations between fantastika and Greek fragmentary plays and has previously worked as assistant director for the National Theatre of Greece. (Linkedin)
Makis Mezopoulos is a creative producer and dramaturg, with an MA in Creative Producing from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. His producing background in Greece and the UK includes open-air festivals and multiple theatre productions. He has worked as assistant producer for Dante or Die Theatre and as assistant director for organisations such as the National Theatre of Greece and the Theatrical Organisation of Cyprus. (Linkedin)
Bee Scott is originally from California, but now based permanently in London. She acts, sings, writes, and voices internationally. Her training includes an MA in Music Theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and a BA in Theatre from Occidental College. Bee's next project, The Squirrel Plays, will perform at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. More on her work: bee-scott.com