I am a writer, researcher, teacher, musician, and performing artist working in Toronto. Currently, I am Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Drama Studies Program in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies at Glendon College, York University. My work – both artistic and scholarly – is concerned with “experiments with tradition” in the visual and performing arts. How can we take vernacular forms and practices handed down from the collective past, and restage them in compelling ways? How are these experiments with tradition marked by the spaces we inhabit and the histories we inherit? I work on these questions in a number of modes: in theoretical books and essays, by making shows and music, by writing about other artists and projects, and by teaching theory and practice in theatre & performance and across the humanities.
I received my PhD and MA from the graduate program in Social and Political Thought at York University, Toronto, and my BA in English (Drama and Theatre) from McGill University, Montreal.