Hollingshaus, WadeDepartment Chair, Associate Professor

    Name: Wade Hollingshaus

    Title: Graduate Coordinator, Associate Professor

    Email: wadeh@byu.edu

    Division: Theatre Arts Studies

    Office Hours: F-366 HFAC, Thursdays 1pm – 2:50pm

    Phone: (801) 422-8995 for appointments

    BA, Theatre Education (Honors), Brigham Young University, 1998
    MA, Scandinavian Studies, University of Washington, 2001
    PhD, Theatre History/Theory/Criticism, University of Minnesota, 2008

    Wade Hollingshaus serves as an associate professor and graduate coordinator of the Theatre and Media Arts Department. He is a member of TMA’s Critical Studies faculty and the head of Dramaturgy Studies. He is also a member of the BYU Honors Faculty and an affiliate faculty with BYU’s Scandinavian Studies program. His work has been published in Nordic Theatre Studies, Theatre Topics, Review: The Journal of Dramaturgy, Scandinavian Studies, and The Journal of Finnish Studies. He is the author of Philosophizing Rock Performance: Dylan, Hendrix, Bowie (2013) and is currently working on a new book project on Peter Gabriel, theatricality, rhythm, and worlds. He serves as a Core Convener for the international Performance Philosophy network and as the liaison between the American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR) and the Theatre Library Association (TLA).

    Courses Taught
    TMA 111 Performance Matters
    TMA 115 Introduction to Performance Studies
    TMA 201 Dramatic Performance: Antiquity to Renaissance
    TMA 202 Dramatic Performance: Renaissance to Present
    TMA 236 Directing Fundamentals
    TMA 316/636 Theatre Teaching
    TMA 380/580 Dramaturgy: Theory & Practice
    TMA 395 Dramatic Literature: Social Criticism and Its Re/presentation, Part I
    TMA 396 Dramatic Literature: Social Criticism and Its Re/presentation, Part II
    TMA 397 Dramatic Literature: Social Criticism and Its Re/presentation, Part III
    TMA 443R Writer/Dramaturgy/Actor Workshop
    TMA 600 Theater History/Theory 1
    TMA 690 Intro to Grad Studies

    Curriculum Vitae: Wade Hollingshaus