Danae Theodoridou (1978, Greece) is a performance maker and researcher based in Brussels. She studied literature and linguistics in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and acting in the National Theatre of Northern Greece. She completed her PhD on dramaturgy of contemporary theatre and dance at Roehampton University in London. The last years, her artistic work focuses on the notion of social imaginaries, the practice of democracy and the way art can contribute to the emergence of social and political alternatives. At the same time, Danae teaches in Fontys University of Applied Sciences (NL) and in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR). She curates practice-led research projects and presents and publishes her research work internationally. She has been the co-creator of Dramaturgy at Work (2013-2016) and the co-author of The Practice of Dramaturgy: Working on Actions in Performance (Valiz, 2017).