About the Dogma Team

Founded by us; a group of creatives in 2017.

We are a small collective of theatre makers devoted to creating original work

Dogma Team

Lily Catalifo

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Gabriele Colferai

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Léoni Hughes

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Brendan Lucia

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Claudia Mangini

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Filippo Panigazzi

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Associate Artists

Fizz Margereson

Fizz is currently composing and designing the sound for Dogma’s debut production “Cabin Fever”.

She has a degree in music from the University of York with voice as her first study. Fizz wishes to continue her outreach work, for people who are unable to access good music education in schools, hospitals and care homes.

She has been involved in composing a piece for BBC Radio 3’s broadcast on international women’s day, alongside eleven other young female composers.

Theatre is also a keen passion of her’s as she takes her own production, “Flattered”, to the Edinburgh fringe. This tackles the issue of female sexual harassment, utilising her keen interest in sound design.

Mia Jerome

Mia is currently on a national theatre tour, starring as 'Amma' in BING Live.

Mia has a degree in creative writing and television from Kingston university and trained at Fourth Monkey Theatre Company.

Since graduating, Mia has been busy spinning the plates as an actress, director and writer, always keen to explore the gap between pain and laughter.

Mia has written for Dogma, and was commissioned to write a trilogy of plays for the Fourth Monkey Yom ensemble, alongside Calum Witney. Scandal Season opens in August 2018 as part of the Camden fringe, with Mia as director on 'Fatty'.


Max Curtis

Currently working on “Clean Mean Eating Machine” with Worst Absurd Theatre Company and “Alexa” with Calenta Theatre Company.

Born in Swindon, Max attended acting classes with Sixth Sense (now Prime) Youth Theatre, which lead to acceptance into The National Youth Theatre, READ Dance and Theatre College in Reading, and finally, Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company.

Since graduating Fourth Monkey in 2017, Max has began his journey into the world of photography, working with various theatre companies, including DOGMA.

Max has enjoyed his work in the theatre and television industry since graduation, which started with a role in DOGMA’s 'Bloodsong', where he played William S. Burroughs.

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