Founder and Executive Director
Beatriz Cabur is a Spanish theatre-maker based in London. She has written and/or directed over 35 plays which have been produced in six countries: Spain, US, Austria, Italy, Mexico and the UK. Beatriz graduated with a degree in Playwriting and Theatre Directing from the RESAD and received a Master of Advanced Studies in Audiovisual Communication from the UCM. She is the Founder and Executive Director of NITE; the Founder of The Theatre Times; Former Director of the Hispanic Languages Committee of Eurodram; European Managing Director of 365 Women a Year; International member of The League of Professional Theatre Women and Founder of its Spanish division Liga de las Mujeres Profesionales del Teatro; she is also a proud member of The Fence Playwriting Network.
Magda Romanska graduated with honours from Stanford University, holds a Ph.D. in Theatre and Film from Cornell University. She is a Visiting Associate Professor of Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism at Yale School of Drama and Associate Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies at Emerson College. In 2014, Romanska was a Visiting Associate Professor at Harvard University, and in 2002, she was a visiting scholar at the Yale School of Drama. Romanska is the dramaturg for the Boston Lyric Opera, Research Associate at Harvard University’s Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies and Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and a founding editor of Yale Literary and Arts Magazine.
Douglas Howe is an American theatre maker currently based in New York City. He has directed over 30 productions in 5 countries. In addition to the States, Douglas has lived in Amsterdam, Paris & Sydney. He is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. He has trained with Peruvian master teacher Victoria Santa Cruz, Bulgarian director Mladen Kiselov, Japanese actor Yoshi Oida, SITI company and the Moscow Art Theatre (MXAT). He is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, The Fence Playwriting Network, SAG/AFTRA and AEA.