Professor of Theatre.
B.A. (Theatre and Dance) State University of New York at Buffalo 1983; M.A. (Theatre Performance and Literature) University of Pittsburgh 1987; Certificate in French, Sorbonne (Paris IV); Ph.D. (Theatre History and Literature) University of Pittsburgh.
My areas of interest in theatre history/literature/performance include symbolist theatre, Chekhov, African American theatre, and modern protest as theatre. As a theatre practitioner, I have expertise in children’s theatre and creative drama, acting, and directing.
Undergraduate courses: Performance & U.S. Culture; Theatre Practice and Criticism; Acting I & II; Yoga and Relaxation for Actors; Theatre History & Literature I & II; Performance and Production; Directing; Special Topics in Theatre (Pulitzer Prize Plays, Script Analysis, Chekhov, Children's Theatre, African American Theatre); Senior Integrative Experience in Theatre
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