2008 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.

  • Robert Gonyo

    Politics, Theatre, Sound

  • Ashley Marinaccio

    DOCUMENTARY THEATRE, THEATRE PERFORMANCE IN WAR AND CONFLICT ZONES, THEATRE IN SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENTS, PERFORMANCE AS A TOOL IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION, ENSEMBLE DEVISED THEATRE, FEMINIST THEATRE, TELEVISION AND COMIC BOOK FANDOM, DYSTOPIAN FICTION AS A METHOD OF DISSENT, EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN MOVEMENTS, END OF THE WORLD AND APOCALYPSE THEORIES, AMERICAN PATRIOTISM

  • 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

  • Beth Stinson

    FEMINISM, GENDER, QUEER THEORY, CRITICAL RACE STUDIES, INFORMAL SOCIAL AESTHETIC PRACTICES, WRITING, COLLECTIVISMS, GEOGRAPHY, CONTEMPORARY ARTS IN THE US, MUSIC, ART AND LITERATURE IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA, POSTCOLONIAL STUDIES, DEVELOPMENT AND NGOS

  • Marcos Steuernagel

    Brazilian and Latin American Theatre and Performance; Performance and Politics; Digital Humanities