- PhD in Theatre Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- MA in Drama by Practice-as-Research, University of Kent, United Kingdom
- BA in Dramatic Literature and Theatre, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Dr Felipe Cervera is an award-winning theatre scholar and maker. Based in Singapore since 2012, he works internationally as an academic and has worked extensively in the local theatre scene as an actor and as a director. At LASALLE, he oversees Contextual Studies in the School of Dance and Theatre and works on various committees that develop learning, teaching, and research innovations in the College.
Felipe’s research interests are collaborative pedagogies and research methodologies, as well as outer space's social and artistic production. He has published widely on these and other topics in international peer-reviewed journals and edited collections. He is also a regular contributor to international and local forums, where he is invited to speak about different theatre and performance research topics.
Felipe is Editor of Global Performance Studies and Associate Editor of Performance Research. He sits on the Board of Directors of Performance Studies international (PSi), and on the Executive Committee of the Theatre and Performance Research Association (TaPRA) in the UK.
As an actor and director, he has worked and toured across The Americas, Europe, and Southeast Asia. His latest directorial work was titled Miss British (2019) and it was a commission by Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Singapore’s national performing arts centre.