Dr Suzanne Little

Suzanne Little completed Diplomas of Arts in Illustration and Film and Video Production at the Queensland College of Art and was awarded an Honours degree and PhD in Theatre Studies at the Queensland University of Technology. Suzanne is Senior Lecturer in Theatre Studies and coordinator of the Bachelor of Performing Arts degree at the University of Otago. She is an interdisciplinary researcher and practitioner and is the co-founder of two ongoing theatre companies, Vena Cava and The Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble. Suzanne has published on political dance, trauma in performance, Practice as Research (PaR), reflective practice and documentary theatre. Suzanne has an upcoming chapter on the witness turn in contemporary performance as well as a forthcoming article in Performance Research Journal focusing on the ‘flesh remains’ of performance and trauma. Currently, Suzanne is the vice president of ADSA, a member of FIRT and PSI and a trustee of the national Theatre in Health Education Trust (THETA).

Mobility, Immobility and The Disappearances Project

An examination of stasis and movement in Version 1.0's performance of 'The Disappearances Project'. This project part of the ASSEMBLY symposium event Program