XAN S JOHNSON portrait
  • President Elect, President, Immediate Past President, Academic Senate , Theatre Department
  • Head, BFA in Theatre Teaching Program (TTP) , Theatre Department
  • Honors Professor, Honors College
  • Graduate Professor, Graduate School
  • Professor, Theatre Department
801-581-4927

Creative Research

  • Really Rosie (Broadway Musical) by Maurice Sendak, music by Carol King. Research focus—blending early teen physicality and self-image with latent playfulness of preteen characters. Zona Gale Youth Theatre, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, WI (Summer, 2015). Performance, completed 09/11/2015.
  • Fighting Frogs vs. Victoria Vanderbilt by Valerie Work. Midwest Premiere of a new play. Directed and Revised by Xan S. Johnson, Ph.D. Zona Gale Youth Theatre, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin (Summer, 2014). http://www.portagecenterforthearts.com/youthproductions.html Reason I selected this show calling for a cast of all 10-14 year old youth and two adults was to serve my high count of special need youth in my program at the moment. Six youth were on heavy meds and/or daily watch – clinical depression, autism spectrum, OCD, bi-polar, cutting, severe ADHA, etc. And, at the same time, one of my students had the highest measurable IQ’s in the nation (based on ACT, plus IQ follow up). Schools in California for high IQ gifted research tried to recruit her. Parents said no. Great Assistant Director. One of the best care-taking casts I have had in recent memory. Other, completed 09/10/2014.
    http://www.portagecenterforthearts.com/youthproduc...
  • Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White; adapted for the stage by Joseph Robinette. Directed by Xan S. Johnson. Playhouse Theatre, Overture Center, Madison, Wisconsin. Production photos (see URL). Performance, refereed, completed 10/20/2012.
    http://tomklingele.smugmug.com/Childrens-Theater-o...
  • Doors by Susan Zeder. Directed by Xan S. Johnson. Zona Gale Youth Theatre, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, WI (Summer 2012). Intergenerational age appropriate casting. Added tour to public schools (Fall 2012). Tour designed as a Theatre-in-Education divorce intervention project offered to upper elementary grades 4, 5, and 6 and performed in the actual classroom with stop and go scenes, forum theatre audience participation techniques, and coordinated with school psychologists. Percentage of students reporting currently being from or from families currently in the process of separation or divorce: 45%. Production photos (See URL). Performance, refereed, completed 09/07/2012.
    https://picasaweb.google.com/PortageCenterfortheAr...
  • Almost, Maine by John Cariani. Directed by Xan S. Johnson. Grandstreet Theatre, Helena, MT. (March 2012) See link for video clips (See URL). Performance, refereed, completed 03/08/2012.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTgxmC4e4D8&context...
  • A Heart Divided by Cherie Bennett & Jeff Gottesfeld. Directed by Xan S. Johnson. Zona Gale Youth Theatre, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, WI (Summer 2011). Intergenerational age appropriate casting. Part of the National Civic Project Commemorating the American Civil War Sesquicentennial. Exhibition, completed 09/08/2011.
  • Really Rosie by Maurice Sendak and music by Carole King. Babcock Theatre. Produced and co-directed with guest artist Heidi Hackney. UU THEATRE EDUCATION OUTREACH PROGRAM with Indian Hills Elementary, Salt Lake School District. (Spring Semester, 2011) Exhibition, completed 05/15/2011.
  • Almost, Maine by John Cariani. Studio Theatre season. Department of Theatre, U of Utah. (Fall Semester, 2010) SOLD OUT! Invited to perform at the Rio Theatre, Helper, UT. (Pending contract.) Check out the production photos link. Excellent. Performance, completed 11/2010.
    http://www.icewolfphotography.com/U-of-U-Departmen...
  • Lonely Whispers - a metaphor about tweens caught between loneliness and technology. Original script by Xan S. Johnson, Professor, Department of Theatre, University of Utah. Original choreography by Doris Trujillo, Professor, Department of Dance, Utah Valley University. UVU K-12 Teachers Conference Orem, UT. (September, 2010) Performance, completed 09/2010.
  • The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Education Outreach, University of Utah. Meg McGinley, Teacher, 5th Grade, Indian Hills Elementary, Salt Lake School District. (Spring Semester, 2010) Co-Directed with Sarah Jones Boe, former Youth Theatre Student, now a professional actor. Performance, completed 05/2010.
  • A WRINKLE IN TIME by Madeleine L’Engle. Adapted and directed by Xan S. Johnson. Zona Gale Youth Theatre, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, WI (Summer 2009). Intergenerational age appropriate casting. Different adaptation created. Performance, completed 09/14/2009.
  • AIR GUITAR HIGH by Laura Schellhardt. Bonderman National Playwriting for Youth Finalist, March 2009. Workshop premiere, scene cuttings, directed by Xan S. Johnson. Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, WI (Summer 2009). Performance, completed 07/12/2009.
  • A WRINKLE IN TIME by Madeleine L’Engle. Adapted and directed by Xan S. Johnson. University of Utah Theatre Education Public School Outreach (5th graders). Babcock Theatre (May, 2009). Performance, completed 05/15/2009.
  • Stage Directing: The Arts Whisperer: The Next Generation scripted and directed by Xan S. Johnson and choreographed by Doris Trujillo. Commissioned by the USOE and the Utah Arts Council for the Utah K-6 Arts Networking Conference. Performed at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center and Peery's Egyptian Theater, Ogden, UT Other, completed 11/21/2008.
  • Stage Directing: Charlotte’s Web by E.B White. Directed by Xan S. Johnson. Equity Resident Theatre. First Stage Children’s Theatre, Milwaukee, WI (44 performances) Review in the Milwaukee Journal: http://www.jsonline.com/entertainment/arts/31383789.html Video clip: http://firststagechildrenstheater.blogspot.com/2008/10/charlottes-web-video-sneak-peek.html Other, completed 10/17/2008.
  • Stage Directing: Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White. Directed by Xan S. Johnson. Kingsbury Hall, Youth Theatre at the U Season (Spring, 2008). Other, completed 03/11/2008.

Presentations

  • August, 2016: AATE – American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Annual National Conference, Boston, MA. Session Title: Expanding Paradigms of Praxis: Connected, Embodied, Encoded Learning through Drama. Peter Duffy, University of South Carolina and Xan Johnson, University of Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/2016.
  • Youth Theatre Workshop (YTW), Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. Funded three teaching artists for the 6-day session to work with me – from Utah, New Mexico, and Paris, France. (50 students) . Other, Presented, 07/06/2015.
  • Youth Theatre Workshop (YTW), Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. As Lead Teacher and Program Director, I funded three teaching artists as Co-Teachers for the 6-day session – from Utah, New Mexico, and Paris, France. (50 students ages 10-17) . Presentation, Presented, 07/06/2015.
  • Written Adjudication: World Premiere, UVU, The Milk Dragon by Suzan Zeder. Directed by Associate Professor John Newman. Noorda Theatre for Children and Youth. Other, Presented, 03/13/2015.
  • September, 2014: Hands On Workshop: From Brain to Stage – And Back. Lodi High School, Lodi, Wisconsin. (60 high school students attending.) . Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/10/2014.
  • September, 2014: Session Presentation: Current Brain Research: Theatre as Embodied Cognition: Learning through “Lived In” Experiences. UVU/ARTS IN EDUCATION CONFERENCE: BUILDING INTELLECTUAL CAPACITY THROUGH THE ARTS (Friday Oct 3, 2014) . Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/03/2014.
  • July/Aug, 2014: CTFA – Children’s Theatre Foundation of America (DENVER). Keynote Facilitator, Host, Post Keynote Discussion Coordinator. Brought in social cognitive neuroscientist Mary Helen Immordino-Yang from the Brain and Creativity Institute at USC. Title: EMBODIED BRAINS AND SOCIAL MINDS – HOW EMPATHY AND PERSPECTIVE-TAKING SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF. Presented in collaboration with 2015 National AATE Conference. Retrieved from: https://vimeo.com/110306744 . Other, Presented, 08/01/2014.
    https://vimeo.com/110306744
  • July/Aug, 2014: AATE – American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Annual National Conference, DENVER, CO. Session Title: YOUR BRAIN ON ITS FEET: IN STEP WITH DRAMA AS SOCIAL AND EMBODIED COGNITION. Chairs/Presenters: Peter Duffy, University of South Carolina and Xan Johnson, University of Utah. Location: Atrium 2nd Floor/Grays Peak A. Pages 17-18 in the Daily Schedule Program . Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/31/2014.
    http://www.joomag.com/magazine/2014-conference-pro...
  • June, 2014: Children’s Theatre Workshop (CTW), Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. Master Teacher in charge mentoring high school students in teaching and directing preteens. Edited all scene cuttings for this 14-day workshop. (120 students) . Other, Presented, 07/16/2014.
  • July, 2014: Youth Theatre Workshop (YTW), Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. As Program Director, I funded three teaching artists for the 6-day session – from Vermont, Utah, and Paris, France. (50 students) . Other, Presented, 07/07/2014.
  • March, 2014: Play Adjudication: Lily’s Plastic Purse. Adapted for the stage by Kevin Kling. The show is based on the award-winning, bestselling children’s book written by Kevin Henkes. Directed by Assistant Professor, John Newman, Ph.D., Program Director, Noorda Theatre Center for Children and Youth, Utah Valley University. Other, Presented, 03/22/2014.
    http://noordatheatrecenter.com/study-guides/lilly...
  • July, 2013: AATE – American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Annual National Conference, Washington, DC. Session One: “Brain Research Update – From Embodied Cognition to Coupling and Transfer.” (Double Session.) Presenters: Xan S. Johnson, Ph.D., Professor, Head of Theatre Education Program, University of Utah and Peter Duffy, MFA, Assistant Professor, Head of MAT Program, Department of Theatre at the University of South Carolina. Session Two: “Calling All Directors.” Key focus topic: “Innovative approaches when preparing casts to engage new audiences?” Symposium . Presentation, Presented, 07/2013.
  • June, 2013: Youth Theatre Workshop, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. As Program Director/Teacher, including funding three teaching artists for the 6-day intensive – from Vermont, Texas, and Utah. Other, Presented, 06/2013.
  • May, 2013: Co-Host and Talk-Back participant. CTFA Medallion Event (Children’s Theatre Foundation of America.) ONE THEATRE WORLD CONFERENCE, Cleveland, Ohio. Other, Presented, 05/2013.
  • February, 2013: Play Adjudication: Teen Brain: The Musical by Linda Daugherty. World premiere produced by the Dallas Children’s Theatre, Dallas, TX. Invited to adjudicate and help conduct post-show talkbacks along with invited neuroscientists and adolescent psychiatrists and psychologists. Basically, I was the “translator” for discussion between theatre artists/educators and the neuroscientists. Other, Presented, 02/2013.
    http://www.dallasnews.com/entertainment/headlines/...
  • SKYPE online presentation: Why Graduate Students in Theatre Need to Speak Brain. Broadcast to Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/2012.
  • Brain Coupling, Childhood, and Theatre – What We Need to Understand. University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/2012.
  • Helena, MT, Kiwanis Education Awards Luncheon Keynote: “What motivates Learning?” 100 K-6 students and 100 members attending. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/2012.
  • AATE – American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Annual National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. Session host “Calling All Directors.” Key focus topic: Is there really a different set of skills required when training directors to work in TYA? Max attendees allowed. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/2012.
  • Youth Theatre Workshop, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. As Program Director, I funded three teaching artists for the weeklong session – one from Texas and two from Utah to co-teach workshops for YTW, including ATP senior Olivia Vessel. Other, Presented, 07/2012.
  • Integrating Social Cognitive Neuroscience to Your Work with Children and Youth in Theatre. Youth Conservatory Teacher Training, First Stage Children’s Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 06/2012.
  • CFA Dean’s Panel. Respond to keynote address presented by James Catterall. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/2012.
  • TACC Training Forum, UU. Invited to present my new blogging rubric and online teaching, in part, an outgrowth of a TACC Grant I received for research and design of online course development currently being used in THEA 1013-90/Exploring Theatre. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 04/2012.
  • AATE – American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Annual National Conference, Chicago, IL. Session: “Securing Arts Education Funding through Global Engagement: One Elementary District’s Unique Approach to Integrating the Arts through Service Learning.” One of three presenters. per session, full rooms. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/06/2011.
  • AATE – American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Annual National Conference, Chicago, IL. Session: “Calling All Directors” Panel. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/05/2011.
  • June, 2011: Youth Theatre Workshop, Portage Center for the Arts, Portage, Wisconsin. “Fantasy Character Creation.” As Program Director, I funded three teaching artists for the weeklong session from France, Texas, and Arizona to co-teach other workshops for YTW. Other, Presented, 06/20/2011.
  • April 10-14, 2011: International Drama Education Conference, Saunsea, Wales, UK. Invited keynote session: “From Imitation to Mimesis – The Neurobiology of Theatre.” . Invited Talk/Keynote, Accepted, 04/2011.
  • April 4-9, 2011: Bonderman Playwriting for Youth National Competition & Symposium. Playwright mentor for semi-finalist. Indianapolis, Indiana. THE FIGHTING FROGS VS. VICTORIA VANDERBILT by Valerie Work. Other, Accepted, 04/2011.
  • March 18-22, 2011: Arts Education and Mirror Neurons – Brain Reflections on How We Learn Best. Helena School District, Helena, MT. Invited Talk/Keynote, Accepted, 03/2011.
  • February 4-9, 2011: RMTA/ Rocky Mountain Theatre Association. Invited lecture/workshop: “Theatre and the Brain/Why We Imitate, Play, and Create to Survive." Past-President. Cheyenne, Wyoming. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 02/2011.
  • January 13, 2011: Using Brain Research to Support the High School Drama Teacher. Salt Lake School District, Salt Lake City, UT. Rosanne Henderson, District Arts Coordinator, Host. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 01/2011.
  • March 18-22, 2011: Arts Education and Mirror Neurons – Brain Reflections on How We Learn Best. Helena School District, Helena, MT. Invited 12/2010. Invited Talk/Keynote, Accepted, 12/2010.
  • November 31, 2010: Speaking Brain in Drama Education. Online SKYPE lecture to Drama Education Majors at Eastern Michigan University. Host, Professor Patricia Zimmer. 90 minutes live 2-way. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/2010.
  • April 4-9, 2011: Bonderman Playwriting for Youth National Competition & Symposium. Playwright mentor for semi-finalist. Indianapolis, Indiana. Invited 11/2010. Other, Accepted, 11/2010.
  • February 4-9, 2011: RMTA/ Rocky Mountain Theatre Association. Invited lecture/workshop: “Theatre and the Brain/Why We Imitate, Play, and Create to Survive." Past-President. Cheyenne, Wyoming. Invited 10/2010. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/2010.
  • January 13, 2011: Using Brain Research to Support the High School Drama Teacher. Salt Lake School District, Salt Lake City, UT. Rosanne Henderson, District Arts Coordinator, Host. Invited 09/2010. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/2010.
  • August, 2010: "Surveying the Fault Line: Looking Back, Moving Forward" Symposium participant, AATE National Conference, San Francisco, CA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/2010.
  • August, 2010: “Calling All Directors.” Host, National Symposium session for professional, community, and educational directors of TYA – Theatre for Youth. AATE National Conference, San Francisco, CA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 08/2010.
  • June, 2010: “From Imitation to Mimesis – How the Brain uses the Artistic Impulse to Play.” Host and presenter, USOE DAC (District Arts Coordinators) Annual Retreat, Red Butte Gardens, UU, Salt Lake City, UT (May 7-9, 2010) . Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 06/2010.
  • June, 2010: “Ten Minute Life Skills Through Drama.” Art Works For Kids, Sorenson Sponsored In- service Conference for K-6 Teachers. BYU, Provo, UT (June 15-16, 2010; 90 minute hands on workshop.) . Presentation, Presented, 06/2010.
  • March, 2010: Utah State Office of Education – Fine Arts: Brain lecture & professional training for 10- Minute Life Skills Lesson Plans across PreK-6. (Salt Lake City, Springfield, Cedar City, Utah) . Presentation, Presented, 03/2010.
  • February, 2010: Rocky Mountain Theatre Association. Invited keynote session: “The Play in My Brain – Social Cognitive Neurology, Learning Theory, Play Theory, & Theatre Education.” Helena, Montana. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 02/2010.
  • January, 2010: Utah Theatre Association Teen Workshop: “Yes, Marvin, I am a tennis ball!” Learning to internalize complex body-brain maps in the acting process. UVU, Orem, Utah. Presentation, Presented, 01/2010.
  • UVU/Utah Valley University‘s Annual Pre-Arts Education Day. Teaching “iBrains” through Theatre. Conference Keynote by Xan S. Johnson. Pre-service for elementary education majors. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/31/2008.
  • AATE/American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Calling All Directors. National symposium session, Atlanta, GA. Co-Host National Awards Luncheon CTFA/Children‘s Theatre Foundation of America Board. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/25/2008.
  • RMTA/Rocky Mountain Theatre Association. What Theatre Artists and Educators Need to Know About Mirror Neurons, Emotional Intelligence and Learning: A Brain Research Update. Festivention ‘08, Red Rocks Community College and Lakewood Cultural Center in
Lakewood, Colorado. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 01/18/2008.

Research Equipment and Testing Expertise

  • Seeking partnership with colleague bringing Social Cognitive Neuroscience expertise. Anyone interested in theatre, social learning theory, meta-cognition development, and play sophistication as it connects to theory of mind and brain coupling? http://i-a-e.org/newsletters/IAE-Newsletter-2014-129.html Email: xan.s.johnson@utah.edu . Contact: Xan S. Johnson, Ph.D. , 801-581-4927 , Pioneer Memorial Theatre.

Languages

  • American Sign Language, basic.
    Very rough, but usually refresh it when using sign in a theatre production or working occasionally with hearing challenged youth. I had a hearing challenged student in my THEA 1033 this year. Two interpreters were assigned to my course, but we did fine.
  • English, fluent.
    Will be presenting a keynote at the U of Swansea, Wales, UK, in April 2011. Participants from around Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and USA expected.
  • Spanish, basic.
    Very basic, but try to refresh up to 1000 word vocal just to exist when traveling internationally. I find that most places I travel in the Spanish world I am able to communicate enough to get along by speaking Spanglish.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Australia and New Zealand
  • Austria
  • Cuba
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Poland
  • Republic of Korea
    New campus sounds interesting.
  • Russian Federation
  • Senegal
  • South Africa
  • Sri Lanka
  • Ukraine
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Publications

  • Johnson, Xan S. BOOK FORWARD. Published in Manon van de Water, Mary McAvoy, Kristin Hunt (2015) Drama and Education: Performance Methodologies for Teaching and Learning. NY: Routledge. LINK: http://www.amazon.com/Drama-Education-Performance-Methodologies-Teaching/dp/1138799513. Published, 03/02/2015.
  • Johnson, Xan S. Understanding and Mastering Complexity: Using Theatre Education as Sophisticated Play and to Embody Cognition. (2014). Chapter 10: Moursund, D., & Sylwester, R. (Eds.) Understanding andMastering Complexity. Published by Information Age Education. Eugene, Oregon, USA. Retrieved from http://i-ae.org/downloads/free-ebooks-by-dave-moursund/256-understanding-and-mastering-complexity-1/file.html. Published, 05/22/2014.
  • Johnson, Xan S. Understanding and Mastering Complexity: Using Sophisticated Play and to Embody Cognition. (May 22, 2014) AATE Incite/Insight. Online journal mission statement: http://incite-insight.org/aboutinciteinsight/ Invited to republish and edit with reference to first publisher with Information Age EducationNewsletter (IAE), Issue #129, December 2013. AATE Incite/Insight article: http://incite-insight.org/tag/play/. Published, 05/22/2014.
  • Update: The book has been downloaded 4,643 times as of December 31, 2015. http://i-a-e.org/downloads/free-ebooks-by-dave-moursund/256-understanding-and-mastering-complexity-1/file.html Johnson, Xan S. Understanding and Mastering Complexity: Using Theatre Education as Sophisticated Play and to Embody Cognition. AATE Incite/Insight (May 22, 2014). Published originally in Information Age Education Newsletter (IAE), Issue #129, December 2013. Later published as Chapter Ten in: Moursund, D., & Sylwester, R. (Eds.) Understanding and Mastering Complexity. Published by Information Age Education. (March 2014). Eugene, Oregon, USA. NEW: Update: The book has been downloaded 4,643 times as of the end of 2015. http://i-a-e.org/downloads/free-ebooks-by-dave-moursund/256-understanding-and-mastering-complexity-1/file.html. Published, 03/03/2014.
  • Johnson, Xan S. Understanding and Mastering Complexity: Using Theatre Education as Sophisticated Play and to Embody Cognition. Information Age Education Newsletter (IAE), Issue #129, December 2013. (Electronic glitch caused a two-week delay, so it was not posted until January 2014, but it is was a 2013 met deadline. I have an invitation for two further publications that will allow me to publish an expanded and varied versions of this article a couple more times in 2014.) It will also become a upgraded chapter in an online book. Retrieved from: http://i-a-e.org/newsletters/IAE-Newsletter-2014-129.html. Published, 01/01/2014.
  • Johnson, Xan S. Invited to write for publication as part of the pre-press and book cover a “Pre-Publication Endorsement” for With Drama in Mind (2nd edition) by Patrice Baldwin. Deadline, Oct 28, 2011. Deadline met. CONTINUUM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING GROUP, The Tower Building
11 York Road
London
SE1 7NX. Book release date: May 31, 2012. Published, 05/31/2012.
  • Johnson, Xan. My Brain on Arts: Learning and Life Skills Building Strategies Coming from Relevant New Research in Arts Education and Social Cognitive Neuroscience. (A series of twelve, 10-15 minute enhanced podcasts produced by the University of Utah TACC in collaboration with the USOE. (Design phase completed Fall 2009. Broadcast phase initiated Spring, 2010; now on hold, USOE Office undergoing restructuring.). Pending, 08/2011.
  • Johnson, Xan. National invitation to contribute to: From the Fault Line – A professional blog provided by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education 2010 conference session "Surveying the Fault Line: Looking Back, Moving Forward" (August 21, 2010.) http://fromthefaultline.blogspot.com/2010_08_01_archive.html. Published, 08/2010.
    http://fromthefaultline.blogspot.com/2010_08_01_ar...
  • Johnson, Xan. My Brain on Arts: Learning and Life Skills Building Strategies Coming from Relevant New Research in Arts Education and Social Cognitive Neuroscience. (A series of twelve, 10-15 minute enhanced podcasts produced by the University of Utah TACC in collaboration with the USOE. (Design phase completed. Broadcast phase initiated Spring, 2010; now on hold, USOE Office undergoing restructuring.). Other, 05/2010.
  • Incite/Insight is a digital magazine under AATE that is intended to ignite conversations between emerging and established theatre artists and educators and build connections that strengthen the field. I have been asked to review Theatre for Living/The Art and Science of Community-based Dialogue by David Diamond. 2007. Pending, 10/15/2008.