Who are behind Doomscrolling
Doomscrolling is the result of Pavlos Panagiotidis research on Social Media Theatrical Performance, through the MA Perfomance Practice in the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Director: Pavlos Panagiotidis
Assistant Director: Neta Gracewell
Lydia Lacour is played by Leticia Texidor
Theodoros Morelas is played by Dimitris Koidis
Pavlos Panagiotidis is a UK based theatre director and an experience designer. He works on hybrid forms of performance that combine aspects from theatre and digital media. He co-founded Prosehos Subway, a group of Greek artists based in Thessaloniki, Greece. He has created and played in immersive, site-specific performances and productions of classical and contemporary European plays. He trained as an actor in “Andreas Voutsinas” Drama School in Greece and has studied Physics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with a specialization in Computational Astronomy.
Neta Gracewell is an Israeli director, performer and writer. She is also a Software Quality Assurance tester in a data security start-up. In her works she interrogates the relationship between the audience and the performance, and the unique opportunity for a delicate moment of connection to happen. Neta is currently completing her MA in Advanced Theatre Practice at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London. These days she is working on her final project, which will be a one-to-one performance.
Leticia Texidor is a Spanish professional actress and acting coach based in London.
She trained as an actress in Madrid (Estudio Corazza, Residui Teatro), Buenos Aires (Timbre 4), and London (LAMDA) and she is now finishing an MA in Actor Training & Coaching at Central School of Speech and Drama. During the past ten years, she has been performing on stage, film, TV and commercials. You may find Leticia's spotlight profile at
Dimitrios Koidis is a Greek actor based in Athens. He co-founded Prosehos Subway, a group of Greek artists based in Thessaloniki, Greece. He has participated in a variety of theatre productions, including Greek drama and contemporary European plays. He trained as an actor in "Andreas Voutsinas Drama School" in Greece and has studied Agriculture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.