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.
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.
Associate Visual Artist
Evangelos Callow is a filmmaker and photographer, with an MA in Filmmaking. He has kindly provided photography for the website and has designed posters and promotional material for past conferences and other events. His artwork is available on deviantart.
Tess Agus is a director and theatre-maker. She has a BA in English Literature and Film from the University of Reading and is currently completing her MA in Directing at the Guildford School of Acting. Tess has recently directed ‘Homo Superior’ for the 2nd Talos: The Science Fiction Festival of London, and is the co-artistic director of Bee in My Beanie theatre company, a company specialising in visual and interdisciplinary theatre-making.