New Teaching Role at NYU

I am absolutely thrilled to announce that I have begun work at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts as an Assistant Professor Faculty Fellow in the Department of Drama. This fall, I will be teaching Introduction to Theater Studies, with several new seminars in the works for the spring.

Barrydale Puppet Parade Documentary

The team behind the 2015 Barrydale Puppet Parade in South Africa, for which I served as a member of the directing team, has put together a wonderful documentary about the show and the process of creation leading up to it. It's available here.

New Article on Race and Taxidermy in Theatre Journal

I am thrilled to announce that my latest article, "The Lifelike Dead: Staging the Nonhuman in Colonial Nairobi" has appeared in the September 2017 issue of Theatre Journal. Many thanks to special issue editor Jennifer Parker-Starbuck and the rest of the Theatre Journal team for making this a reality. To access the journal, please visit their Project MUSE page. A PDF of my article is also available through

New Trailer for "Zoey and the Wind-Up Boy"

Here's a new trailer for Zoey and the Wind-Up Boy, the short film I co-wrote with the phenomenal Marica Petrey, who also directed. The film premieres February 3 and 4 in San Francisco, along with a reimagined Radix Troupe production of my short play Zoey in the Snow and some new musical collaborations with the band Girl Swallows Nightingale. Have a look.

Article in Performance Research

My new academic article, "Going Ape: Simian Feminism and Transspecies Drag" has appeared in the October 2016 issue of Performance Research. Many thanks to issue editor Amelia Jones and the rest of the phenomenal staff at Performance Research for making this possible. Read the article here or on my page. I'll also present some of this research at ASTR 2016, if you plan to attend.


I'm thrilled to be able to share the first teaser for Zoey & The Wind-Up Boy, the Radix Troupe short film I co-wrote with director and actor Marica Petrey, which will premiere in February in San Francisco. Enjoy: 

New Teaching Role at Harvard University

This fall, I will begin work at Harvard University as a Preceptor of Expository Writing. I will teach two sections of a freshman writing course (Expos 20) of my own design that explores the legacy and politics of autobiographical art-making in the African diaspora. I am extraordinarily grateful for this opportunity and look forward to joining the Harvard community. For more information, see the Harvard College Writing Program website.