My publications focus upon the overlapping categories of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, textual editing, the English Reformation, performance criticism, and the reception of Shakespeare in the American West. 

Books

Just out: Critical Edition of The Revenger's Tragedy (Arden Early Modern Drama, 2018) www.bloomsbury.com/9781472520456

Coming soon: Shakespeare in Montana

In Progress:  Performance edition of Twelfth Night; Critical Edition of Much Ado About Nothing .

Journal Articles

  • “‘The season of all natures’: Montana Shakespeare in the Parks’ Global Warming Macbeth.” Shakespeare Bulletin 36.3 (2018): 429-48.

  • “The Wrathful Dragon versus the Foolish, Fond Old Man: Duality of Performance in the 2013 Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s King Lear.” With Kevin A. Quarmby. Cahiers Élisabéthains 86 (2014): 63-74.

  • “Apocalyptic Tragicomedy for a Jacobean Audience: Dekker’s Whore of Babylon and Shakespeare’s Cymbeline.” Renaissance and Reformation 36.1 (2013): 131-54.

  • “The Word as an Artifact of Remembrance: Joyce Hales, John Bradford, and a Bible.” With Michael F. Graham. Reformation 18.1 (2013): 64-83.

  • “The Afterlife of Timon of Athens: The Palest Fire.” Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation 5.1 (2010): 1-16.

Invited Lectures and Public Presentations

  • “Shakespearean Texts and Eco-criticism.” Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (June, 2018)

  • “Shakespeare’s Sojourns in Western Montana.” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Montana (February, 2018)

  • “Forced Conversion and Unnatural Grace in Thomas Middleton’s Tragedies.” Conversion as Periodization workshop (Montreal, Aug. 2017)

  • “Shakespeare’s Montana Schoolhouses.” Festival of the West (MSU, Apr. 2017)

  • “Friendship’s Price in Timon of Athens.” Festival Noons talk at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland, Sep. 2016)

  • Presenter and writer, “Death in Hamlet.” Montana Shakespeare in the Parks fundraiser, “Perchance to Dream” (Jul. 2016)

  • “Shakespeare Stories in Montana: Mountain Men to Miners.” Willy the Kid: Shakespeare in the American West (Cedar City, UT, Jul. 2016)

  • Presenter, Shakespeare’s music and the significance of “The Willow Song” in Othello. Montana Shakespeare in the Parks fundraiser, “The Dream Event” (July 2015)

  • “Performance and Power in Much Ado about Nothing.” Festival Noons talk at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland, June 2015)

  • “Knavish Sentences: Middleton’s Commonplacing in The Revenger’s Tragedy.” Strathclyde University (Glasgow, Nov. 2014)

  • Narrator and writer, Fathers and Son, an adaptation of Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2. Montana Shakespeare in the Parks fundraiser, “A Midwinter Night’s Dream” (Feb. 2014)

  • “The Bursting Heart of King Lear” and “Cymbeline: A Fairy Tale Gone Mad.” Two Festival Noons talks at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland, Aug. 2013)

  • “War, Lechery, and Impossible Points of View in Troilus and Cressida.” Festival Noons talk at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland, Aug. 2012)

  • “Setting the scene” lecture on Timon of Athens (The Globe Theatre, London, Sep. 2008)

Performance Reviews

  • Henry V at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, dir. : https://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/scene/article/view/18523

  • Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, dir. Greg Doran (London, Nov. 2014). http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/scene/2015/01/Henry_IV_RSC/

  • Troilus and Cressida, dir. Rob Melrose (Ashland, OR, Aug. 2012) and William Brown (American Players Theatre, Aug. 2012). Shakespeare Bulletin 31.3 (2013): 529-35.

  • Timon of Athens, dir. Lucy Bailey (The Globe Theatre, London, Sep. 2008). Shakespeare Bulletin 27.2 (2009): 344-8.

  • Timon of Athens, dir. Stephen Ouimette (Stratford, ON, Sep. 2004). Theatre Journal 57.3 (2005): 519-21.