A selection of forthcoming and recent publications. Vita here.
“Cham’s Beard and Tartar’s Bow: Staging Mongolia after the Elizabethan Repertory,” Reprints and Revivals of Renaissance Drama, eds. Eoin Price and Harry Newman
“Dramatists, playing companies, and repertories,” Arden Research Handbook to Shakespeare and his Contemporaries, eds. Tom Rutter and Michelle M. Dowd (Bloomsbury)
“The Sun Tavern (The Sonne),” in The Map of Early Modern London, ed. Janelle Jenstad
“Matisse in the Playhouse,” Shakespeare Studies 47 (2019)
- Winner, 2018 #NextGenPlen
“Super Troupers; or, Supplemented Playing before 1594,” Shakespeare Studies 45 (2017): 77–86.
“Genre and the Elizabethan Troupe,” Before Shakespeare: The Beginnings of London Commercial Theatre 1565–1595 blog, eds. Callan Davies, Andy Kesson, and Lucy Munro, 11 May 2017
“A Race to the Roof: Cosmetics and Contemporary Histories in the Elizabethan Playhouse, 1592–1596,” Shakespeare Bulletin 34, no. 2 (2016): 193–217
- Winner, 2017 Barbara K. Palmer Award for Best New Essay in Early Drama Archival Research
- Winner, 2016 Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities Best New Essay
Review of Romeo and Juliet (Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2018), Shakespeare Bulletin 37, no. 1 (2019): 141–45.
Review of Shakespeare’s Lost Playhouse: Eleven Days at Newington Butts by Laurie Johnson (Routledge 2017), Shakespeare 14, no. 2 (2018): 197–98
Review of Pericles Wet (Portland Shakespeare Project 2017), Shakespeare Bulletin 36, no. 3 (2018): 555–58.
Review of Romeo & Juliet / Layla & Majnun (Bag & Baggage 2017), Shakespeare Bulletin 36, no. 2 (2018): 340–45.
- Repertory Studies
- Playing Companies
- Theatre History & Economics
- Shakespeare & Contemporaries
- Digital Humanities & Curation
- English Renaissance Literatures
- Practice-based Research (PbR)
- EcoDrama & Ecocriticism
- Postcolonial & Critical Race Theory
- Textual Editing & Criticism