I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre at The Ohio State University, where I am an award-winning teacher of undergraduate and graduate seminars in American popular entertainment and its archive, surveys of contemporary performance practices, as well as studio courses in playwriting, adaptation, devising, multidisciplinary creation, and solo performance.
Some of my recent seminars have included:
NOW: Performance of the Last Decade
Multidisciplinary Seminar for Artists
Vice/Status/Play: American Culture and Popular Performance, 1820‐1920
Self/Stage: Solo Performance Workshop
Mass Entertainment, Modernism, and the Rise of Realism
Manifesto: Theater Makers
Read about my approach to teaching playwriting and new works creation here.
Read about my approach to teaching history and literature seminars here.