Cat Jugravu (*1991) is a performance artist, LGBTQIA+ activist, actor, poet, researcher and applied theatre practitioner. They have facilitated over 25 workshop sessions (live/online) with queer communities in Germany, Austria, Kosovo, the UK, Poland, Romania and the Republic of Moldova. They are a speaker for the ÖH Salzburg, Department of Genderfragen und LGBTQIA+. In 2022 they will commission work for the Prague Biennale.
They hold an MA in Applied Theatre: Artistic Practice and Society from the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, Austria, and a BA in Stage Acting from The National University of Theatre and Film I.L.Caragiale in Bucharest, Romania. Since 2015 they have been living in Berlin, staging and performing in independent theatre productions such as HEDDA (Westhafen), The Maids (Polyphony), Gruesome Manifesto with Cher Nobyl (English Theatre Berlin), The Force of Cher Nobyl (2019), Liberté (Volksbühne).In 2018 they founded the Queerdos Kollektiv, where they currently work as artistic director and workshop facilitator.
Current Queerdos Projects: