Education

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)

Publications

Forthcoming:

  • 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:

Projects

Teaching:

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

Dramaturgy:

  • 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. http://scalar.usc.edu/works/performingarchive

Upcoming Talks and Conferences

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

Memberships

Shakespeare Association of America

Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas

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