Alyson Campbell is a freelance director and dramaturg whose work spans a broad range of companies and venues in Australia, the UK and the US over the last 30 years: from the Los Angeles Theatre Center, through Fringe, independent and community theatre, to making forum theatre with secondary students. Works include The Trouble with Harry, Catapult, GL RY, Cake Daddy, DFLTLX and promiscuous/cities.

Alyson is a Professor in Theatre at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, where her research, artistic practice as a director, teaching and activism converge around gender and sexuality, particularly queer performance and dramaturgies and contemporary representations of HIV and AIDS. She likes to write about feral pedagogies and is passionate about Feral Queer Camping.

Meet Alyson Campbell
Associate Professor in Theatre at the University of Melbourne

Feral queerness – an interview with Associate Professor Alyson Campbell


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Theatre and the archives:
Directing as erotohistoriography

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Alyson Campbell

The Feral Queer Camp is supported by the Creativity and Wellbeing Research Initiative and The Victorian College of the Arts - The University of Melbourne; and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.