Lilian Seuberling holds an M.A. in Theatre and Media Studies and in Education Studies from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, where she also studied Darstellendes Spiel. From 2010 to 2012, she took part in the interdisciplinary project The Meaning of Writing and Painting in Biography at Friedrich Alexander Universität, where she also taught in the department of Theatre and Media Studies. Her research focuses on the performativity of the subject amidst the competing priorities of culturality, historicity and sociality. She examined some of these dynamics in her master’s thesis, focusing on discourses of health and disease.Other research areas include: the performativity of the body, gender and sexuality, the politicization of the theatre, and movement in processes of transformation. She has taken part in The Aesthetics of Applied Theatre project between December 2012 and December 2016 and has been working on a doctoral thesis about bodies and movement in therapy forms that make use of theatre as a tool. She has also been training as a Gestalt therapist since 2011. Since 2009, Lilian has initiated and produced several plays, educational theatre pieces, and interactive performances at the Kunstpalais Erlangen, Fraunhofer Institute, Klinikum am Europakanal, among others.In addition, she does practical work in the fields of social work and education, assisting people with disabilities and organizing sex education projects with teenagers and teachers.