ARTICLES and CHAPTERS
"The Stranger's Case: Accenting Shakespeare's ESL Characters," in Accentism, edited by Adele Lee, Routledge (anticipated 2021).
“'And practice rhetoric in your common talk': How Ralph Made Rhetors Of Us All," in Shakespeare in the Light: Essays in honor of Ralph Alan Cohen, edited by Paul Menzer and Amy Cohen, Farleigh Dickinson University Press (2019).
Review, Making Make-Believe Real: Politics as Theater in Shakespeare’s Time by Garry Wills, The Historian, vol. 78.3, (fall 2016), pp.594.95.
“‘Past the size of dreaming’: Chasing Mark Antony’s Shadow,” Playhouse Insider, Summer/Fall 2015.
"'Someone is looking at me still:' The Audience-Creature Relationship in the Theater Plays of Samuel Beckett," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Vol.1, Number 51, Spring 2009, pp.76-93; reprinted in Samuel Beckett, Bloom's Modern Critical Views (London: Chelsea House, 2011).
“Essex and the history players: the historiographic dramaturgy of John Hayward, William Shakespeare, George Chapman, and Samuel Daniel,” University of Texas at Austin, Summer 2012.
CONFERENCE PAPERS & ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS
"'Words, words, words': Hamlet and the Rhetoric of the Cuckoo," Blackfriars Conference, Plenary Paper, 2019.
"'My native English now I must forego': Reflections on an Original Pronunciation Production of Richard II for Prague Shakespeare Company," Freshman Honors Guest Lecture Series, La Salle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2017.
"Voicing the Inside-Outsider: Performing Shakespeare's ESL Characters," Blackfriars Conference, Plenary Paper, 2017.
"'As flies to wanton boys are we to the gods': The Ethical Crisis in Staging Nihilism in King Lear," 24th Annual Seminar on Law and Literature, Washington and Lee University, Oct. 2016.
“From early modern devil to post-Holocaust victim: playing Shylock across the ages,” Virginia Governor's Latin Academy, Randolph-Macon College, July 2016.
"Puppets and Painted Maypoles: the Brudermord Hamlet," the College of William and Mary Dept. of Theatre, Speech, and Dance, March 2016.
“With the Digital Lights On: Livestreaming and Online Interactivity in Performance and Education,” Blackfriars Conference, 2015.
“The Graduate Company Model: Approaches to Collaborative Pedagogy,” South Eastern Theater Conference, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Spring 2015.
“‘Let me play the lion, too’: A Rare Vision for Training Collaborative Theater Makers,” Association of Theater in Higher Education, Scottsdale, Arizona, 2014.
“Embodying Shakespeare: Performance of the Language,” South Eastern Theater Conference, Mobile, Alabama, Spring 2014.
“Bottom’s Dream: Collaborative Pedagogy and the Company Model,” Butler School of Dance and Theater, 2013.
“Drawing Shakespearean Characters in Black and/or White: Conflicting Methodologies in the Contemporary Rehearsal Room.” Blackfriars Conference, 2013.
“Rebellion Reflected: Hamlet and the 2nd Earl of Essex,” Shakespeare Association of America, Toronto, 2013.
“The Dramatic Caesura in Action,” Blackfriars Conference, Plenary Paper, 2009.