I have had reviews and essays published both online and in print. Below are links to my online work.

American Theatre

How One Song Changed the Arc of Great Comet

To Sell Or Not To Sell: How Would You Sum Up Hamlet

Extended Play (The Civilians)

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is Starting New “American Revolutions”

Strange Harbor Condenses and Combines Shakespeare’s Histories. All of Them.

Howlround

Women Take Over The Tempest

The Dramaturgy of Gender: How Audience Expectations Shape Storytelling

Litro Magazine Online

Power and Sovereignty: Revisiting The James Plays

That Obscure Object of Desire: What Belongs To You by Garth Greenwell

Shear Insanity: King Lear With Sheep at the Courtyard Theatre

Drama in the Kitchen: Chef at the Soho Theatre

The Weight of History: Meditations on Shakespeare’s Henry V

Titus Androgynous: All-Female Titus Andronicus at the Greenwich Theatre

The Future of Theatre?: Golem at Trafalgar Studios 

Oregon ArtsWatch

Puppet see, puppet do (Hand to God at triangle productions) 

The ‘type’ in the casting (solo show Miss Ethnic Non-Specific

Finding Jesus, finding herself (solo show Endless Oceans)

Ashland Shakespeare: out of chaos: (overview of the 2017 Oregon Shakespeare Festival season)

The journey, not the destination (26 Miles at Profile Theatre)

Tom(boy) Sawyer on the run

Theater at the intersection: covering the 2017 TCG Conference in Portland, OR

Who’s afraid of a casting switch?: One of the first stories to break about the Albee estate barring a production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with a black actor as Nick.

Talented. But are they universal? (The Talented Ones at Artists Repertory Theatre)

Northwest history hits the stage in Astoria and db

Shakespeare experiments for modern times: Comparing the experiments with Shakespeare’s language conducted by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play On! project and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre under Emma Rice.

Into the Woods in search of happy endings (Into the Woods at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival)

OSF seeks the ‘man’ in Two Gentlemen of Verona

Dan Donohue is a sublime Richard III at OSF

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Blog

Spanish Tobacco, English Hemp, and Shakespeare: A response to a study that insisted that the discovery of hemp in the yard of the New Place meant Shakespeare smoked weed.

Object Blog: Bear Baiting 

Theatre of the Spanish Golden Age

Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz

Duelling and Romeo and Juliet

Unusual Efforts

Harry Kane, Tottenham, and finding a way to fandom