PhD, Drama – Queen Mary University of London (expected 2020)

MA, Theatre and Performance Studies – Queen Mary University of London (2016, distinction)

BA, English literature – Scripps College (2014, Magna Cum Laude)

Other Publications


  • Teaching Shakespeare: Digital ProcessesResearch in Drama Education 25.1 (2020). ed. Henry Bell, Amy Borsuk and Christie Carson. (Themed issue, peer reviewed)

  • ‘Innovating Shakespeare: The Royal Shakespeare Company and the Digital Economy’ in “Shakespeare and the Digital: New Perspectives and Future Directions” Humanities special issue (proposal accepted)

  • Book review, ‘Shakespeare and the Players archive’, Emory University archives, Borrowers and Lenders (Autumn 11.3, 2018)

Theatre Criticism:



DRA115 Cultural Histories of Theatre, Autumn 2018 – core first year module, two sections

DRA115 Cultural Histories of Theatre, Autumn 2017 – core first year module, one section


  • Punk Rock, London College of Music, dir. Michael Howcroft, 2016

  • Bent, Center Theatre Group Los Angeles, dir. Moises Kaufman, 2015

Digital collections:

  • Performing Archive: Curtis and the ‘Vanishing Race’ a digital collection built in 2013 in Scalar. Directed by Jacqueline Wernimont and co-authored with David S. Kim, Ulia Gosart, Heather Blackmore, Amy Borsuk, and Beatrice Schuster. The book brings together over 2,500 images and assets with entirely new scholarly content.

Upcoming Talks and Conferences

Materialisms of Early Modern Entertainment,  26 May 2018 – Queen Mary University of London, @memeconference


Shakespeare Association of America

Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas

Amy Borsuk

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