Mariacristina Cavecchi is a Senior Lecturer at Milan State University. Her main areas of interest include contemporary British theatre and the 20th and 21st-century appropriations of Shakespeare's plays for theatre and cinema, Prison Shakespeare, Shakespeare in street art. She is the author of "Cerchi e cicli. Sulle forme della memoria in Ulisse" (2012), and "Shakespeare mostro contemporaneo" (1998). She is a member of the IASEMS board (Italian Association of Shakespearean and Early Modern Studies).
Cristina Paravano has a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Milan. She received her bachelor's degree in foreign languages and literatures from the University of Milan in 2005 and her MA degree from the same university in 2007. She completed her PhD in 2011 with a dissertation on the theatre of the Caroline playwright Richard Brome. Her research interests lie in the areas of early modern drama, modern-contemporary theatre studies, source studies and young adult fiction.
Margaret Rose teaches British Theatre Studies and Performance at the University of Milan. She has published in the fields of 19th, 20th and 21st century drama and theatre, with a specific focus on womenÕs writing, intercultural theatre and Theatre Translation Studies.