ARTICLES and CHAPTERS
“From Texas Hill Country to Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley: The Living Legacy of James Loehlin’s Approach to Studying Shakespeare Through Performance,” The Hare Online Journal of Untimely Reviews, January, 2023.
'O, villain, villain, smiling damned villain': Hamlet and the Rhetoric of Repetition, in Building Embodiment: exercises to illuminate poetic texts, edited by Karen Kopryanski and Baron Kelley (New York, Routledge, 2022).
"'The Strangers' Case': Accenting Shakespeare's ESL Characters," in Accentism, edited by Adele Lee (New York: Routledge 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 (London: 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
“Gods in the Machine: Re-assessing the Impact of Audience Agency on the Gamification of Theatrical Narratives in the Age of QAnon,” Matthew Davies and Liz Fisher, South Eastern Theatre Conference Symposium, fall 2020.
"'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.