LIVINGSTON, LINDSAY

    Name:  Lindsay Adamson Livingston

    Title:  Assistant Professor

    Email: lalivingston@byu.edu

    Division:  Theatre Arts Studies

    Office:  F-337 HFAC

    Phone:  801-422-9262

    Profile: Lindsay Adamson Livingston is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Brigham Young University. She received her PhD in Theatre from The City University of New York. Lindsay’s scholarly work explores the interplay of race, space, and performance in public locations in the United States. Her scholarship has been published in Theatre Journal, TDR, Theatre Survey, a/b: Auto/Biography and the essay collections Performance in a Militarized Culture and Enacting History. She is an active member of the American Studies Association, The Association for Theatre in Higher Education, and The American Society of Theatre Research. She currently serves as the Conference Planner for ATHE’s Performance Studies Focus Group. Lindsay is also a director whose BYU credits include The Merchant of Venice, Gone Missing, The Cleverest Thief, and The Winter’s Tale.

    Summary of Education

    Ph.D., Theatre, The City University of New York, 2013

    M.Phil., Theatre, The City University of New York, 2014

    M.A., Critical Studies and Theatre, University of California, Los Angeles, 2004

    B.A., Theatre Studies, Brigham Young University, 2003

    Courses Taught

    • TMA 201 Dramatic Performance: Antiquity to Renaissance
    • TMA 202 Dramatic Performance: Renaissance to Present
    • TMA 236 Fundamentals of Directing
    • TMA 336 Directing Principles and Practices
    • TMA 401 Contemporary Performance Practices
    • TMA 601 Theatre History/Theory 2
    • TMA 602 Theatre History/Theory 3

     

    Curriculum Vitae

    Lindsay Livingston CV

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