I am the Literary Manager and Resident Dramaturg at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. I was previously Associate Dramaturg at Baltimore Centerstage, and I have worked as a freelance dramaturgy with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Great Plains Theatre Conference, McCarter Theatre Center at Princeton University, Yale Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the Public Theater.

I am a Writing Fellow at Yale School of Drama, where I am completing a dissertation on the Weimar theater of Erwin Piscator, and I have taught at the Catholic University of America and the Eugene Lang College at the New School. I have also appeared as a guest teaching artist at American, Carnegie Mellon, Denison, Georgetown, George Washington, and Ohio Universities, as well as Lutheran College, Washington Seminar. I have served as a master teacher for the last four years at the American College Theatre Festival at the Kennedy Center, and this spring I will be a Guest Artist and Panelist for KC CTF, Region 2.

I have served as a judge for the Helen Hayes Award, and as an advisor on funding panels for the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (Cleveland), the D.C. Commission for the Arts and Humanities, and the Baltimore Cultural Alliance. I hold an MFA in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism from Yale Drama School.

Production Dramaturgy

The Taming of the Shrew, translated by Amy Freed – OSF Play on!

The Taming of the Shrew, dir. Ed Iskandar – STC
Othello, dir. Ron Daniels – STC
The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound, dir. Michael Kahn – STC/Guthrie Theater (World Premiere adaptation by Jeffrey Hatcher)
Kiss Me, Kate, dir. Alan Paul – STC
Salomé, dir. Yaël Farber – STC (World Premiere adaptation by Yaël Farber)

Tartuffe, Dir. Dominique Serrand – STC/Berkeley Rep
Man of La Mancha, Dir. Alan Paul – STC
The Metromaniacs by David Ives, Dir. Michael Kahn – STC (World Premiere)
The Tempest, Dir. Ethan McSweeny – STC
As You Like It, Dir. Michael Attenborough – STC
Private Lives, Dir. Maria Aitken – STC/Huntington Theatre
Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, Dir. Michael Kahn – STC
The Importance of Being Earnest, Dir. Keith Baxter – STC
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Dir. Alan Paul – STC
Measure for Measure, Dir. Jonathan Munby – STC (German Song Lyrics)
The Winter’s Tale, Dir. Rebecca Taichman – STC/McCarter Theatre Center
Wallenstein, Dir. Michael Kahn – STC (World Premiere)
Coriolanus, Dir. David Muse – STC
Hughie, Dir Doug Hughes – STC
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dir. Ethan McSweeny – STC
The Government Inspector, Dir. Michael Kahn – STC
The Merry Wives of Windsor, Dir. Stephen Rayne – STC
The Servant of Two Masters, Dir. Christopher Bayes – STC
Strange Interlude, Dir. Michael Kahn – STC
Two Gentlemen of Verona, Dir. PJ Papparelli – STC
Much Ado About Nothing, Dir. Ethan McSweeny – STC
The Heir Apparent, Dir. Michael Kahn – STC (World Premiere)
Much Ado About Nothing, Dir. Kevin Brain – Yale School of Drama
Debut, Track 1, Chord 1 By Caroline McGraw – Yale Cabaret (Dir. Drew Lichtenberg, World Premiere)
Cyrano, Dir. David Schweizer – Center Stage
Around the World in 80 Days, Dir. Laura Eason – Center Stage/Lookingglass Theatre
Caroline, or Change, Dir. David Schweizer – Center Stage
Pericles, Dir. Erik Pearson – Yale School of Drama
The Ghost Sonata, Dir. Shana Cooper – Yale School of Drama
The Corn is Green, Dir. Nicholas Martin – Williamstown Theatre Festival
Villa America, Dir. Crispin Whittell – Williamstown Theatre Festival (World Premiere)
The Front Page, Dir. Ron Daniels – Williamstown Theatre Festival
The Physicists, Dir. Kevin O’Rourke – WTF/Williams College Theatre Lab
Lulu, Dir. Mark Lamos – Yale Repertory Theatre (Textual adapt. with Mark Lamos)
Richard III, Dir. Shana Cooper – Yale School of Drama
Macbeth, Dir. Moisés Kaufman – Public Theater (Ass’t Dramaturg)
In the Red and Brown Water, Dir. Anna Jones – Yale School of Drama (World Premiere)
After the Flood, Dir. Shana Cooper – Yale School of Drama (World Premiere)

Readings/New Play Development
Wedding Band by Alice Childress – STC ReDiscovery Series
The Autumn Garden by Lillian Hellman – STC ReDiscovery Series
Big Night by Dawn Powell – STC ReDiscovery Series
Susan and God by Rachel Crothers – STC ReDiscovery Series
Chains of Dew by Susan Glaspell – STC ReDiscovery Series
Life is a Dream by Calderon de la Barça/Helen Edmundson – STC/Spain Arts & Culture
A Family Affair by Alexander Ostrovsky/Nick Dear – STC ReDiscovery Series
Enrico IV by Luigi Pirandello/Tom Stoppard – STC ReDiscovery Series
Rutherford & Son by Githa Sowerby – STC ReDiscovery Series
Love for Love by William Congreve – STC ReDiscovery Series
The London Merchant by George Lillo – STC ReDiscovery Series
Wild Oats by John O’Keeffe – STC ReDiscovery Series
Crazy Money by Alexandr Ostrovsky/Stephen Mulrine – STC ReDiscovery Series
Emilia Galotti by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing – STC ReDiscovery Series
Sejanus by Ben Jonson – STC ReDiscovery Series
Egmont by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – STC ReDiscovery Series
Marta the Divine by Tirso de Molina/Harley Erdman – STC ReDiscovery Series
After the Quake by Haruki Murakami – Center Stage First Look Series
Only We Who Guard the Mystery Shall be Unhappy by Tony Kushner – Center Stage First Look Series
Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill – Center Stage First Look Series
East of Berlin by Hannah Moscovitch – Center Stage First Look Series
The Cobbler by Bryan Delaney – Center Stage First Look Series
Killadelphia by Sean Lewis – Center Stage First Look Series
Sans-Culottes in the Promised Land by Kirsten Greenidge – Center Stage First Look Series

Lecturer – Eugene Lang College, The New School – Spring 2015
Lecturer – Catholic University of America – 4 courses, 2013-15




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