Aida Rocci

Aida Rocci
regional managing editor - United Kingdom

Aida Rocci is a Spanish theatre artist currently based in London. She was the production dramaturg for shows such as Eve Ensler’s In the Body of the World directed by Diane Paulus and Peter Brook’s The Man Who directed by Marcus Stern. She holds a Master in Fine Arts in Dramaturgy and Theater Studies from the American Repertory Theater /MXAT Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. Her master thesis, A New Kind of Joy: The Theatre of Dmitry Krymov, is the largest piece on the Russian director to have been written in English. She has taught at Harvard University’s Theatre Dance and Media Department as a Teaching Fellow. She also founded The Harvard Cabaret and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

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Seven years ago, a new play challenged the role of the actor, the playwright, the audience, and the capacity of one individual to travel. The play was White Rabbit Red Rabbit, written by the mysterious Nassim Soleimanpour, an Iranian writer who encouraged the audience to email him with impressions about his play.

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