I am a critic and dramaturg based in London. My research interests include modern and contemporary drama, modernist and avant-garde performance, and adaptation. As a theatre-maker, I have additional experiences in producing, marketing, and graphic design.
I hold an M.Phil with distinction in English from the University of Cambridge, where I was the recipient of the Baer Pettit Studentship in the Humanities by Trinity College. My dissertation examined the vital but critically neglected role played by the puppet and the puppet-like in the development of T. S. Eliot’s early dramaturgy.
I received my B.A. with distinction in English and Political Science (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) from Yale University, where my writing has been awarded the John Hubbard Curtis Prize, the Sholom and Marcia Herson Scholarship Prize, and the Lloyd Mifflin Prize.