2002 Alumni

Performance Studies Alumni

Our alumni are a large part of what makes Performance Studies special. They come from a wide range of academic, cultural, and artistic backgrounds and contribute their expertise across all concentrations and around the world. Click on the thumbnails below to learn more about them.

  • T. Nikki Cesare Schotzko

    PERFORMANCE STUDIES, CONCENTRATION IN FEMINIST PERFORMANCE THEORY AND PHENOMENOLOGY, PERFORMANCE ART, FROM 1952 (INCLUDING NORTH AMERICAN, EUROPEAN, ASIAN, AND AUSTRALIAN), CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL WESTERN MUSIC, CONCENTRATION IN, EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC-THEATRE, HISTORICAL THROUGH CONTEMPORARY AVANT-GARDE, DRAMATURGY, INTERMEDIAL PERFORMANCE

  • Branislav Jakovljevic

    Performance and Politics, Performance Theory, Avant-Garde and Experimental Performance, Organizational Perfroamnce

  • Laurie Margot Ross

    Psycho-religous aspects of masks and the transmission of emotions in transregional performance; experimental Asian performance