My involvement with the American Shakespeare Center‘s education division began with an internship when I was in undergrad. A year later, I was back in Staunton as a graduate student. I earned my Master of Letters (MLitt) in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama (directing emphasis) in 2006, and my MFA in Directing in 2010. While in graduate school, I directed several acting showcases as well as my MFA thesis project,¬†Love’s Labour’s Lost, for which I collaborated with Eastern Mennonite University Theater.

Since then, I have assisted with staged readings, been a frequent presenter at the Blackfriars Conference, and directed Much Ado About Nothing for the 2016 session of their high school theater camp.

Reflections on my work with the American Shakespeare Center

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