Featured Critical Responses in the exhibit “Dance We Must: Another Look.” May – August 2019, Jacob’s Pillow Archives, Becket, Massachusetts. "Celebrating Historic Milestones While Critically Understanding the Past" HowlRound, Emerson College, January 2019. Click Here to Access
"Dramaturgical Work with College-Aged Artists around Race and Whiteness." HowlRound, Emerson College, June 2018, Web. Click Here to Access
Queer Temporality and Aesthetics in Taylor Mac's 'The Lily's Revenge': a Dramaturgical Exploration of the Production at UMass Amherst (M.F.A. Thesis). ScholarWorks@UMass Amherst, The University of Massachusetts, 2018, Web. Click Here to Access
The Brief: NYTW's Dramaturgy Website, writer, editor, and contributor, New York Theatre Workshop 2014-15 Season. Click Here to Access
“Die Glassmenagerie.” Communications from the International Brecht Society, Sept. 2011, p. 26. Print.
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Primary Course Instructor: Amherst, MA, January 2017 – May 2018
Theatre 130, Contemporary Playwrights of Color (Spring 2017) Theater movements of Black, Latinx, Asian, and Native American communities, and the body of literature by contemporary playwrights of color within a historical context. The course focuses on multi-disciplinary writing research and writing skills for the Humanities and Arts. Students are also expected to create original creative work, and attend theatrical performances around the Five College Consortium. Theatre 393, Asian American Theater History (Spring 2018) In this course, we examine theatrical works and the social and political contexts of Asian American theater-makers in the US. The course focuses on multi-disciplinary writing research and writing skills for the Humanities and Arts. Students are required to attend theatrical events around the Five College Consortium, as well as complete a group research project. The course was co-developed and taught with Prof. Priscilla Page.
Teaching Assistant: Amherst, MA, September 2015 – Dec 2017
Theatre 100, Theatrical Frontiers: Live Performance, Prof. Harley Erdman
Guest Lecture: "History of Musical Theatre in the U.S."
Guest Lecture: "Creating Devised Theatre"
Theatre 130, Contemporary Playwrights of Color, Prof. Priscilla Page
Guest Lecture: "Intro to Asian American Theatre History"
Guest Lecture: "The Legacy of Frank Chin and his Work"
Theatre 105, Drama & the Media – Performing Mythologies in the Contemporary World, Prof. Megan Lewis
Guest Lecture: "Intro to Documentary Theatre in the U.S."
OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Teach for America, Memphis Corps 2012 - English Language Learners K-12 Grades