PUBLISHED WORK:

Books:

Getting Off: The Work of Lee Breuer (Theatre Communications Group, 2017).

Acting Up: Free speech, pragmatism, and American performance in the late 20th century (LFB Scholarly Publications, 2011)

Contributor:

“Pragmatic Pedagogy, or How I Learned Everything about Teaching from William James, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., and George Carlin,” Howlround (August 1, 2015)

“One Hour and Eighteen Minutes,” translated and adapted with Yury Urnov, published in Real and Phantom Pains, John Freedman, editor (Washington, DC: New Academia Publishing, 2014)

“Struggle for Relevance in Post-Apartheid Era,” The New York Times (May 13, 2007)

An Incomplete Education, Revised Edition, Judy Jones, ed. (New York: Ballantine Books, 2005)

Stages of Transformation: Collaborations of the National Theatre Artist Residency Program,

Charlotte Stoudt, ed. (New York: Theatre Communications Group, 2005)

American Theatre Magazine

(over 70 articles, commentaries, interviews and reviews from 1996-present)

Representative work:

“London’s Calling” profile of New Dramatists artistic director Todd London (July 2013)

“Ludwig Flaszen and the Pragmatics of Jerzy Grotowski” (December 2009)

“Holiday for Strings: Marionette master Ronnie Burkett” (September 2000)

The Village Voice (New York)

(Features and reviews, 1997-2004)

Representative work:

“Rat Fest! ‘Raggedy-Ass Theaters’ and ‘A New Way’” (August 19, 1997)

“After the Guru: Young Artists Confront Grotowski’s Legacy” (March 2, 1999)

“Making the Scenes: New Dramatists Turns 50” (August 10, 1999)

“Tales from the Lower East Side” (October 5, 1999)

Genius is Pain: Anna Rósa Sigurdardóttir’s Plums in New York” (August 31, 2004)

Nothing Is Elucidated: Dmitry Lipkin’s The Wanderer” (July 13, 2004)

Metrosexuals: Play” (June 7, 2004)

Academic Journals:

The Natasha Plays: Yaroslava Pulinovich at Towson University,” Slavic and East European Performance (Winter 2010, vol. 30, no. 3)

“The Ghosts of Wroclaw: Grotowski’s local legacies,” Theater Magazine (Yale University) (Spring 2010)

“Good Vibrations: Ambience and Alienation in the 20th Century,” The Journal of Popular Music Studies (Fall 2002, vol. 14, no. 2)

“Reflections in the Mirror: Public Arts Funding in the United States,” The Journal of American Drama and Theatre (Fall 1996, vol. 8, no. 3)

“Rabbit Hash: Billy Golden, a Critical Biography,” The Musical Quarterly (Winter 1995, vol. 79, no. 4)


PLAYW­RITING:   

Performance: One Hour Eighteen Speaker(s): Randy Bregman, Yury Urnov, Blair Ruble, William Pomeranz
One Hour Eighteen
Temple Crocker (directed by Yury Urnov)
Performance: One Hour Eighteen Speaker(s): Randy Bregman, Yury Urnov, Blair Ruble, William Pomeranz
One Hour Eighteen
Shannon McPhee, Temple Crocker, Stephen Nunns

“One Hour and Eighteen Minutes,” with Yury Urnov (translation/adaptation from Russian; by Elena Gremina and Teatr.doc) (2011-2012). Directed by Yury Urnov. Presented at the Kennan Institute, Washington, DC.; Single Carrot Theatre, Baltimore, MD.; Baltimore Community College’s International Festival; U.S. Capitol, the Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC; and the Baltimore Theatre Project.


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The Packwood Papers (directed by Eric Nightengale)
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Kimberly Reiss and Toby Wherry in The Packwood Papers

The Packwood Papers with Karen Houppert (1996). Directed by Eric Nightengale. Produced at the 78th Street Theatre Lab (New York).


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The Courtesan (directed by Kristin Marting)
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The Courtesan (directed by Kristin Marting)

The Courtesan (1996) with Ruth Margraff, et al. Directed by Kristin Marting. Produced by Tiny Mythic Theatre Company at HERE (New York).


Joanna P. Adler and Toby Wherry in The Boys in the Basement
Joanna P. Adler and Toby Wherry in The Boys in the Basement

The Boys in the Basement with Karen Houppert (1995). Produced at HERE (New York). (OBIE Award for Performance.)

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