Roxanne Linnea Ray

Dramaturgy/Literary Management

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Education

New York University, New York, New York   

Ph.D. in Performance Studies, January 2005; M.A., 2000.

Dissertation:        Mortalitys Reverberating Embrace:  The Resonance of Desire and Denial in Contemporary Performances of Death    (abstract)

Concentrations:  Trauma, Death and Performance; Feminist Performance, Post-1960

Committee:

Advisor:               Peggy Phelan, Stanford University

Members:             José Estéban Muñoz, New York University

Diana Taylor, New York University

Readers:               Barbara Browning, New York University

André Lepecki, New York University

Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts  

M.F.A. in Theater Arts (Playwriting concentration), 1996.

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington   

B.A. Magna Cum Laude, in Drama, 1991.

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington   

B.A. Magna Cum Laude, in Women Studies, 1991.  With Distinction.

Granted an individual curriculum, by action of the Dean, College of Arts and Sciences: social stratification, racism, and prostitution.

 

Scholarships and Academic Honors

TISCH school of the arts scholarship Summer 2000, New York University, New York, NY

Paulette Goddard Scholarship  Spring 2000; New York University, New York, NY

Theater Arts Scholarship  1994 - 1995 and 1995 1996; Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

Edwin and Leonora Fussell Scholarship  1989 1990; University of Washington, Seattle, WA  

Alfred and Tillie Shemanski Scholarship  1988 1989; University of Washington, Seattle, WA

High Scholarship Certificate  1988 - 1989 and 1986 1987; University of Washington, Seattle, WA  

Quarterly High Scholarship  12 Academic Quarters; University of Washington, Seattle, WA

 

Publications

A ‘Love Letter to Craigslist,’ ‘Nadeshiko’ Mixes Japanese WWII History Into the Present in International Examiner, v. 44, n. 8, April 26, 2017.  (full text)

Seattle Butoh Festival is Bringing the Art of Japanese Dance to Seattle in International Examiner, v. 44, n. 7, April 8, 2017.  (full text)

 D.K. Pan Teams Up with Yirim Seck in Genre Bender in International Examiner, v. 44, n. 5, March 2, 2017.  (full text)

 SAAFF Hopes ‘Better Luck Tomorrow’ Screening Will Inspire Better Representations of Asians in Hollywood in International Examiner, v. 44, n. 3, February 11, 2017.  (full text)

 Seattle Asian American Film Festival Comes Back for its Fifth Year in International Examiner, v. 44, n. 3, February 9, 2017.  (full text)

 Guards at the Taj: ACT Theatre Welcomes Director Samip Raval in International Examiner, v. 44, n. 1, January 4 - 18, 2017.  (full text)

 Diana Huey: Little Mermaid Role is a Dream Come True in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 24, December 24, 2016.  (full text)

 Pushing Boundaries – The Wild Imagination of Qui Nguyen in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 22, November 29, 2016.  (full text)

 ReAct’s Vera Ing Stage Launches with Brilliant Traces in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 22, November 18, 2016.  (full text)

 Meeka Quan DiLorenzo: Classical Music is Here for Everyone in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 22, November 14, 2016.  (full text)

 Multi-Instrumentalist Bora Yoon to Make Seattle Debut in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 21, November 2, 2016.  (full text)

 Arahmaiani: To Change, We Must Work Together in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 20, October 25, 2016.  (full text)

 Jazz Drummer Christopher Icasiano Strives for Excellence in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 20, October 22, 2016.  (full text)

 Dipika Guha’s Mechanics of Love Explains the Unexplainable in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 20, October 21, 2016.  (full text)

 Kishi Bashi Brings Inspiration in Return to Seattle in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 19, October 13, 2016.  (full text)

 Tale for the Time Being Adaptation a Contemplative Journey in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 17, September 9, 2016.  (full text)

 Cohesive Artistic Team Behind ReAct Theatre’s The Aliens in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 14, July 20, 2016.  (full text)

 Crowd Funded United States of China at Hale’s Palladium in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 13, July 7, 2016.  (full text)

 Paint Your Wagon: Asian American Actors Reflect on New Roles in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 12, June 16, 2016.  (full text)

 Sarah Porkalob Comes to Café Nordo in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 11, June 2 - 16, 2016.  (full text)

 Paint Your Wagon Retelling Reflects Reality of Diversity in History in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 10, May 24, 2016.  (full text)

 Puny Humans Cast an Imaginative, Serendipitous Ensemble in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 9, May 5 - 19, 2016.  (full text)

 Kanariya Eiraku Brings Rakugo Tour to Seattle in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 8, April 20, 2016.  (full text)

 Aaina: The Stories of South Asian Women Hit Home in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 7, April 10, 2016.  (full text)

 After 20 Years, ArtXchange Gallery Continues Global Perspective in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 5, March 4 - 18, 2016.  (full text)

 Seayoung Kim – A Homegrown Playwright Makes Her Debut in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 3, February 4 - 18, 2016.  (full text)

 ReAct Theatre’s ‘Prelude to a Kiss’ is a Diverse Undertaking in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 2, January 25, 2016.  (full text)

 Opera Star Shenyang Makes Seattle Debut in ‘Marriage of Figaro’ in International Examiner, v. 43, n. 2, January 25, 2016.  (full text)

 Predator Songstress Performance a Homecoming for Degenerate Art Ensemble in International Examiner, v. 42, n. 23, December 3 - 17, 2015.  (full text)

 Peace Symphony Tells Stories of Atomic Bomb Survivors in International Examiner, v. 42, n. 23, December 3 - 17, 2015.  (full text)

 Tomo Nakayama Shares Stage with Emi Meyer, Betsy Olson in International Examiner, v. 42, n. 22, November 19 – December 2, 2015.  (full text)

 Arun Sivag on OneBeat: ‘Music Has the Power to Reach Any Place in International Examiner, v. 42, n. 21, November 4 - 18, 2015.  (full text)

 Modern Sky Festival: International Artists Fill a Gap in International Examiner, v. 42, n. 19, October 8 – 22, 2015.  (full text)

 Women of ‘Waterfall’ Help to Tell Story of Struggle in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 18, September 16 – October 6, 2015.  (full text)

 Behind the Musical: Thai Tale Inspiration for ‘Waterfall’ in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 18, September 16 – October 6, 2015.  (full text)

 ’Waterfall’ A Vast Collaboration Across Cultures in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 18, September 16 – October 6, 2015.  (full text)

 Don Nguyen Reaches Out to Deaf Community in ‘Sound’ in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 17, September 2 – 15, 2015.  (full text)

 Possibilities Remain Vibrant Within Yamashita’s ‘Anime Wong’ in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 16, August 19 – September 1, 2015.  (full text)

 Sara Porkalob: ‘Dragon Lady’ Diversifies in One-Woman Show in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 16, August 19 – September 1, 2015.  (full text)

 Seattle Opera’s ‘An American Dream’: Community is at the Heart of Everything in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 16, August 19 – September 1, 2015.  (full text)

 SIS Productions’ ‘Paper Angels’ Tells Stories of Immigration in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 15, August 5 - 18, 2015.  (full text)

 Maggie Lee’s ‘Tumbleweed Zephyr’ An Illuminating Steampunk Play in International Examiner; v. 42, n. n. 15, August 5 - 18, 2015.  (full text)

 ’Indian Ink’: Collaboration Allows for an Authentic World in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 15, August 5 - 18, 2015.  (full text)

 Harold Taw Tells Tales of ‘Missed Connections’ in Musical Theatre in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 14, July 15 – August 4, 2015.  (full text)

 ’Dance Like A Man’ A Layered Dive Into a Thrilling Experience in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 14, July 15 – August 4, 2015.  (full text)

 Summer Dance Continues ARC Tradition, Showcases Variety in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 14, July 15 – August 4, 2015.  (full text)

 Hong Kong Exile Brings Multimedia Dance to Seattle in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 12, June 17 - 30, 2015.  (full text)

 Mochizuki Has Big Dreams for ‘Baseball Saved Us’ in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 10, May 20 – June 2, 2015.  (full text)

 Actor Keiko Green: Seattle Theaters Need to Grow, Engage in More Multi-Ethnic Casting in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 6, March 18 - 31, 2015.  (full text)

 A Grand Opera: Grace Eun and Dohee Kim Share Role in ‘Madame Butterfly’ in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 5, March 4 - 17, 2015.  (full text)

 Srivani Jade to Perform Hindustani Khayal at UW in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 5, March 4 - 17, 2015.  (full text)

Work of Young Playwright Madeleine Le to be Featured at ACT Theatre Festival in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 5, March 4 - 17, 2015.  (full text)

 China Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra to Entertain, Educate in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 4, February 18 – March 3, 2015.  (full text)

 Desdemona Chiang Brings the Bard’s Truths to Today’s Stage in International Examiner; v. 42, n. 2, January 21 – February 3, 2015.  (full text)

 ’Fast Company’ Cast Cohesive in Play About Cons, Games, and Family in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 21, November 5 - 18, 2014.  (full text)

 Moon Falling’: Lee-Baik Brings Environmental Message in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 21, November 5 - 18, 2014.  (full text)

’Own the Moon’ Tells Story of South India Immigrant in Segregated South in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 18, September 18 – 30, 2014.  (full text)

“’My Uncle’s Letters’: Bob Flor Tells Legacy of Filipino Families in Seattle in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 18, September 18 – 30, 2014.  (full text)

 ’The Break of Noon’: Deeper Questions Behind a Simple Surface in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 18, September 18 – 30, 2014.  (full text)

 ’An American Soldier’ Honors Life, Memory of Danny Chen in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 17, September 3 - 17, 2014.  (full text)

 De La Fuente Takes Spotlight as Gordon Hirabayashi in Seattle in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 13, July 2 - 15, 2014.  (full text)

 ’In the Book Of’ Explores Challenges of Afghan People in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 8, April 24 – May 6, 2014.  (full text)

 Cloud Gate Founder Lin Hwai-Min Reflects on His 20-Year Journey in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 5, March 6 - 19, 2014.  (full text)

 ’Hold These Truths’ Reading Honors Gordon K. Hirabayashi in International Examiner; v. 41, n. 4, February 18 – March 4, 2014.  (full text)

 Truth of a Clown: Local Performer Rises from Japan Tragedy in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 24, December 18, 2013 – January 1, 2014.  (full text)

 SEWA Empowers Women, Provides Livelihood to Communities Abroad in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 23, December 4 - 17, 2013.  (full text)

 Kronos Quartet, Degenerate Art Ensemble Breed Cross-Disciplinary Art in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 21, November 7 - 20, 2013.  (full text)

 The Dance of Death When Art Becomes Political in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 17, September 4 - 17, 2013.  (full text)

 A Golden Dream Awakens in Seattle in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 17, September 4 - 17, 2013.  (full text)

 Awaji Puppeteers Return to Seattle After 17 Years in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 15, August 7 – 20, 2013.  (full text)

 Empowered to Inspire: Craftswomen Rise Up Through Artisan Co-Ops Around the World in ‘Women Empowered’ in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 14, July 22 – August 6, 2013.  (full text)

 Pork Filled Players Go Steampunk with ‘The Clockwork Professor’ in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 14, July 22 – August 6, 2013.  (full text)

 ReAct Theatre Presents Timeless Themes in 1950s-Set ‘Picnic’ in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 13, July 8 - 16, 2013.  (full text)

 ’Breaking the Silence’ Pioneers Reflect on Play’s Powerful Beginnings in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 12, June 19 – July 7, 2013.  (full text)

 ’The Injury’: Where Softball, Theater, and Filipino Culture Coalesce in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 11, June 5 - 18, 2013.  (full text)

 Playwright Julia Cho Tackles a Linguist’s Unraveling Marriage in ‘The Language Archive’ in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 10, May 15 – June 4, 2013.  (full text)

 Jon Kimura Parker Plays at UW Campus in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 9, May 1 – 14, 2013.  (full text)

 Young Jean Lee: Feminism Without Words in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 7, April 3 - 16, 2013.  (full text)

 Weapons in Defense of Childhood in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 7, April 3 - 16, 2013.  (full text)

 Tamarind Tree to Master More than Spring Rolls, Debut New Cuisine in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 6, March 20 – April 2, 2013.  (full text)

 A Hub and Home for Women Who Rock in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 5, March 6 - 19, 2013.  (full text)

 “’The Joy Luck Club’ Makes Theater Comeback in Tacoma in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 5, March 6 - 19, 2013.  (full text)

 “Black Grace Artistic Director Shares Inspiration for New Choreography” in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 3, February 6 - 19, 2013.  (full text)

 The Seattle Symphony Presents their 5th Annual Celebrate Asia! in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 2, January 16 – February 5, 2013.  (full text)

KeyBank Vice President Passes on Financial Literacy to the Next Generation of Adults in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 2, January 16 – February 5, 2013.  (full text)

Spent Too Much Last Year?  Get a Strong Savings Start This Year in International Examiner; v. 40, n. 2, January 16 – February 5, 2013.  (full text)

Seattle Dance Instructor Mark Kihara Lights Up the Ballroom in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 22, November 23 – December 4, 2012.  (full text)

  India’s Most Epic Tale Comes to Life in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 19, October 3 - 16, 2012.  (full text)

 It’s Open Curtains for Jamie Ford’s ‘Hotel’ Turned Play in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 18, September 19 – October 2, 2012.  (full text)

 A Vietnamese Actress Takes the Stage in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 16, August 15 – September 4, 2012.  (full text)

 Butoh and Live Sound for Spring in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 13, July 4 - 17, 2012.  (full text)

 A Return to the Stage in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 9, May 2 - 15, 2012.  (full text)

 A Children’s Book Comes Alive in International Examiner; v. 39, n. 5, March 7 – 20, 2012.  (full text)

 Play by Play:  A Filipino Actor Reflects on His Theater Work in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 23, December 7 – 20, 2011.  (full text)

 A Unique Collaboration Brings the Cambodian American Story in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 22, November 16 – December 6, 2011.  (full text)

 Fill Your Appetite for New Asian American Theatre at ‘Insatiable!’ in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 21, November 2 - 15, 2011.  (full text)

 ’Year Zero’ Explores the Cambodian American Experience in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 19, October 5 - 18, 2011.  (full text)

 ’Take Me America’: A Play Explores the Asylum Experience Through the Eyes of a Fictional Chinese Poet and His Wife in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 19, October 5 - 18, 2011.  (full text)

 Performing Arts: Susie Lee’s ‘Swimming the List’ in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 18, September 21 – October 4, 2011.  (full text)

  Inspired by the Caricature of North Korea in ‘You for Me for You’ in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 16, August 17 – September 6, 2011.  (full text)

 Curtains Open for ‘Yellow Face’ in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 16, August 17 – September 6, 2011.  (full text)

The Next Butoh Wave Festival in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 11, June 2-14, 2011.  (full text)

 A Whidbey Island Retreat Offers Space for What’s ‘Underneath’ in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 10, May 18 – June 1, 2011.  (full text)

 A Village that Tells a Story: Degenerate Art Ensemble in the Public Square in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 6, March 16 – April 5, 2011.  (full text)

 Mother in Another Language in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 4, February 16 – March 1, 2011.  (full text)

 Music to our Ears: Celebrate Asia! in International Examiner; v. 38, n. 1, January 5 – 18, 2011.  (full text)

 A Global Dance Party for the Masses in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 22, December 1 – 14, 2010.  (full text)

 In the Director’s Chair in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 20, November 17 – 30, 2010.  (full text)

  The NW Butoh Wave in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 20, October 20 November 2, 2010.  (full text)

 ’Scarlet Letter’ Adaptation Will Stir Audiences in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 20, October 20 November 2, 2010.  (full text)

Bittersweet Memories in Maggie Lee’s ‘Kindred Spirits’ in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 15, August 4 17, 2010.  (full text)

 Dancing Across Borders in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 7, April 7 20, 2010.  (full text)

 Ching Chong Chinaman in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 6, March 17 April 6, 2010.  (full text)

 Spectrum Dance in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 4, February 17 March 2, 2010.  (full text)

 Mastering a Lost Art in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 3, February 3 February 16, 2010.  (full text)

 To the Beat of their own Taiko Drum in International Examiner; v. 37, n. 2, January 21 February 3, 2010.  (full text)

 The Art of Kabuki:  Experiencing Ancient Japanese Theater in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 24, December 16, 2009 January 5, 2010.  (full text)

 Degenerate Art Ensemble Presents Sonic Tales’” in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 20, October 21 November 3, 2009.  (full text)

 An Indian Dance Sensation in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 19, October 7 October 20, 2009.  (full text)

 Race and Reaction in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 18, September 16 October 6, 2009.  (full text)

 Kung Fu Theatre in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 8, April 15 May 5, 2009.  (full text)

 Stories Waiting to be Told in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 6, March 18 31, 2009.  (full text)

 A Theory for Everything in International Examiner; v. 36, n. 4, February 18 March 3, 2009.  (full text)

 A Water Opera Splashes in Seattle in International Examiner; v. 35, n. 16, August 20 September 2, 2008.  (full text)

 Performance: Angels in America in International Examiner; v. 35, n. 15, August 6 - 19, 2008.  (full text)

 Arts:  A Place Kids Can Really Act Out’” in International Examiner; v. 35, n. 13, July 16 August 5, 2008.  (full text)

 “’Players New Challenge in International Examiner; v. 35, n. 9, May 7 - 20, 2008.  (full text)

 Déjà vu for ReAct Theatres Prelude to a Kiss’” in International Examiner; v. 35, n. 6, March 19 April 1, 2008.  (full text)

 Teen Drama Plays Out in BFE in International Examiner; v. 35, n. 4, February 20 March 4, 2008.  (full text)

 Sex in Seattle Stays True to Its Roots in Episode 15: The Anatomy of Love in International Examiner; v. 34, n. 20, October 17 November 6, 2007.  (full text)

 Choreographer Cheronne Wong: Refusing to be Pigeonholed as Only Asian in International Examiner; v. 34, n. 18, September 19 October 2, 2007.  (full text)

 Lee Rises to Rock Star Status in The Whos TOMMY’” in International Examiner; v. 34, n. 12, June 20 July 3, 2007.  (full text)

 ReACTs You Cant Take It With You Keeps Ethnic Diversity as Backdrop in International Examiner; v. 34, n. 10, May 16 -- June 5, 2007.  (full text)

 “’N*gger W*tback Ch*nk Travels by Word of Mouth in International Examiner; v. 34, n. 9, May 2 --16, 2007.  (full text)

Playwright Diana Son: Any Kind of Categorization is a Ghetto’” in International Examiner; v. 34, n. 6, March 21 April 3, 2007.  (full text)

 “’Insatiable! Whets the Appetite for APA Playwrights in International Examiner; v. 33, n. 22,

November 15 -- December 5, 2006.  (full text)

Playwright Naomi Iizuka Explores the Human Experience with an Eye for the Visual in International Examiner;   v. 33, n. 20, October 18 31, 2006.  (full text)

Six Degrees of Separation: ReAct Explores the Distance Between Us in International Examiner; v. 33, n. 14, June 19 August 1, 2006.  (full text)

 The Last Sunday in June: (Sub)culture Doesnt Mean Theyre All the Same in International Examiner; v. 33, n. 12, June 21 July 4, 2006.  (full text)

 Introduction: Illuminating the Past in 8 Plays from the Mae West Fest IX: Illuminating the Past: New

Dramas by Women; Seattle: Mae West Fest, 2006.  (full text)

Introduction: The Bonds of Intimacy in 8 Plays from the Mae West Fest 8: New Theatre by Women: The

Bonds Of Intimacy; Seattle: Mae West Fest, 2004.  (full text)

 

CURRICULUM PLANNING Experience

Assistant director   July 2007 to May 2017; University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Assistant Director and Program Manager for courses and programs in the Arts, in the Academic Programs department of UW Continuum College and Educational Outreach.  Responsible for developing and managing educational courses and programs in performing, media, literary, and visual arts.

 

Research Experience

research Assistant   September 1999 to December 1999; New York University, New York, NY

Research assistant for Performance Studies visiting scholar Adrian Heathfield on his anthology entitled The Art of Death.

 

Research Interests     (Statement of Research Interests)

Death & Performance                            

Contemporary Theater & Performance                                         

Contemporary Popular Culture

Feminist Theater & Performance                  

Trauma Theory

Theater/Performance Ethics

 

Teaching Experience     (Statement of Teaching Philosophy)

Instructor  September 2000 to May 2002;  New York University, New York, NY

Served as graduate Instructor in the Expository Writing Program for two sections per semester of the Tisch School of the Arts (2001-2002) and the College of Arts and Sciences (2000-2001) core curriculums:

The World Through Art/Writing the World  (Spring 2002)

Art and the World/Writing the Essay  (Fall 2001)

Writing Workshop II  (Spring 2001)

Writing Workshop I  (Fall 2000)

Teaching Assistant   September 1994 to May 1996;   Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 

Served as graduate teaching assistant, presented lectures, and graded assignments for:

American Musical Theater  (THA 126B)

Topics in Theater and Drama -- The Avant-Gardes  (THA 195A)

Theater in History  (THA 1a and THA 1b)

Teaching Assistant   June 1989 to August 1989 and September 1988 to December 1988

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Served as undergraduate facilitator/teaching assistant in introductory Women Studies course.  Led discussion, explained material, evaluated weekly essays for discussion section with 15 students.

Writing Tutor   January 1989 to March 1989;  ASUW Writing Center, Seattle, WA

Tutored individual University of Washington students in the fundamentals of composition, and assisted students with outlining, editing, and rewriting.

 

 

Teaching Interests

Performance Theory                 

Playwriting

Dramaturgy                                 

Theater & Performance History

Dramatic Literature & Analysis                  

Contemporary Theater & Performance

Experimental Theater & Performance                    

Trauma Theory & Performance

Feminist Theater & Performance                  

Social/Political Performance

 

Professional Activities: Literary management and dramaturgy

 

Playwriting Credits, Grants, and Fellowships

 

Affiliations