In case you didn't notice on every other page of my website, I'm the author of Long Form Improvisation and American Comedy: The Harold and the co-author of The Comedy Improv Handbook. My main areas of research are Improvisational Theatre, American Theatre History, Writing for Performance, Performance Studies, and Pop Culture Studies. I've published work in Theatre Journal, Theatre Topics, and The Journal of American Drama & Theatre, among others. I've received The Henry P. and M. Page Laughlin Distinguished Faculty Award for Research from Albright College, was a Raymond White Dissertation Fellow at the University of Missouri, and received the James L. Fischer Outstanding Thesis Award from the College of Fine Arts at Illinois State University. I've presented at numerous national and regional conferences, and currently serve as the Co-Chair of the Playwriting Symposium of the Mid-America Theater Conference.
Find more info on my scholarship, visit these pages: Long Form Improv & American Comedy, Publications, Conference Presentations and Projects.