Selected Publications and Research Activity since
- Women in Comedy: Rewriting the British Theatrical
Tradition. Ann Arbor: Michigan UP, 1991.
- "The Suffrage Shrew: The Shakespeare Festival, 'A Man's Play,' and
New Women." Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century. Ed. Jonathan
Bate, Jill Levenson, and Dieter Mehl. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1998. 85-102.
- "Aphra Behn's The Emperor of the Moon: Staging
Seventeenth-Century Farce for Twentieth-Century Tastes." Essays in
Theatre 14 (May 1996): 117-130.
- "Leaking Bodies and Fractured Texts: Representing the Female Body at
the Omaha Magic Theatre." New Theatre Quarterly 12 (February
- "Cannibalizing and Carnivalizing: Reviving Aphra Behn's The
Rover." Theatre Journal 47 (1995): 517-539.
- "Women, Theatre, and Territory: The Omaha Magic Theatre and the
Boundaries of Theatrical Performance." In Women and Theatre.
Ed. Julia Pascal. Contemporary Theatre Review 2:3 (1995):
- "Collaboration, Identity, and Cultural Difference: Karim Alrawi's
Theatre of Engagement." Theatre Journal 45 (May 1993):
- "Identity, Nationality, and Performance: The Reception of Timberlake
Wertenbaker's The Love of the Nightingale and Our
Country's Good." New Theatre Quarterly 35 (Summer
- "Comic Militancy: The Politics of Suffrage Drama." Women, Theatre and Performance: New Historiographies. Ed. Maggie B. Gale and Viv Gardner. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1999.,
- "The Suffragettes and Shakespeare: Marriage, Comedy, and Politics in
the Edwardian Theatre." Women in Theatre. Hofstra UP,
- "Conflicted Politics and Circumspect Comedy: Women's Comic
Playwrighting in the 1890s." Nineteenth Century British Women
Playwrights. Ed. Tracy Davis and Ellie Donkin. Cambridge:
Cambridge UP, forthcoming 1999.
- "Cross-Border Children: Language and Identity in Timberlake
Wertenbaker's Plays." The Cambridge Companion to Modern British
Women Playwrights. Ed. Elaine Aston and Janelle Reinelt.
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, forthcoming 1999.
- "Politicizing Harley Granville Barker: Suffragists, Shakespeare, and the Modern Director."
- "Women Playwrights." With Kerry Powell. In Cambridge Companion to VIctorian and Edwardian Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2000.
- "Interview with Timberlake Wertenbaker." To be submitted to Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism.
- "From Play to Novel to Film: An Interview with Jane Smiley on Revising King Lear." Submitted to Shakespeare Quarterly.
- Shakespeare and the Suffragettes, a book on British
Suffrage Theatre in the context of Turn-of-the-Century stagings of