Dr Jeremy Neideck

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Personal details


transcultural theory, transcultural collaboration, queer theory, queer performance, digital pedagogies, physical actor training, butoh, Suzuki Method of Actor Training, South Korea, ecoscenography


Performing Arts and Creative Writing, Cultural Studies

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • PhD (Queensland University of Technology)


Jeremy currently teaches embodied practice and collaborative performance making in the Music, Dance, and Drama disciplines of the Bachelor of Fine Arts, and leads physical actor training and movement direction in the Acting program. His current unit coordination includes:

Jeremy has also lectured and tutored in the areas of contemporary performance theory, postdramatic theatre, queer identity in performance, intercultural studies, the history of Japanese theatre, Korean performance traditions, independent theatre production, event and festival production, directing, professional practice for actors, and acting in the digital space.

Selected publications

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Current supervisions

  • The Creative Impact of the Symbiosis between Public Funding Agencies and Arts Sector: A Hong Kong Case Study
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Sandra Gattenhof
  • Lose Yourself: A Cross-cultural Study of Audience Experience in Immersive Theatre
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Bree Hadley, Associate Professor Mark Ryan
  • Sustaining heritage through creative conversation, community engagement, innovative design and enterprise
    Professional Doctorate, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Verena Thomas