Division of Humanities and the ArtsDepartment
Theatre and Speech
Directing Experience California Shakespeare Festival, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, 78th Street Theatre Lab, St. Petersburg State Drama Academy, Connecticut College, Dartmouth College, Yale University, Collective Unconscious, Miranda Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse, Santa Fe Playhouse The Love of the Nightingale bash Enrico IV Fortinbras Macbett Woyzeck Twelfth Night The Duchess of Malfi The Maids Escurial Doctor Faustus Pantagleize Phaedra The Bacchae Doña Rosita, or the language of flowers Cinders The Learned Ladies Blood Wedding King Lear Tango, or the need for order and harmony The Zoo Story Directing/Playwrighting Experience kempt and shevelled <<wink>> brimful (llenisimo) burn merchants 23 Skiddoo!!
Teaching Philosophy Theatre is an impure art. It is the crossroads for spatial relationships, movement, sound, fine arts, history, politics, flesh and blood. I want students to experience the potency of all of these elements. In order to do so, a classroom ought to be filled with rigor, joy and deep passion. I believe a teacher helps reveal that which is already germinating within a young theatre artist. My hope is that the academic experience of theatre allows a student to arrive at the crossroads of theatre, and make extremely strong choices when they choose their unique direction.
PhD Candidate, Graduate Center CUNY MFA, Tulane University BA, Emory University
Introduction to Theatre, Theatre History, Directing