Shadow Zimmerman is a rising third-year doctoral student at the University of Washington School of Drama. He currently serves as the Editorial Assistant for Theatre History Studies and represents the graduate student members of ASTR as the 2019/2020 GSC Secretary/Historian. He serves his local School of Drama community as doctoral representative on the board of Graduate Student Representatives. He has presented work at ASTR, SETC, LMDA, and MATC, and his scholarship and curriculum are featured in Theatre Symposium 28 and How to Teach a Play: Essential Exercises for Popular Plays. His research considers medieval and early modern reception of ancient plays, literary theory and textual studies, and the intersections of the historical and modern avant-gardes.
- Zimmerman, Shadow D. "Marinetti and Mussolini: Performing Citizenship in Anti-Fascist Italy." Theatre Symposium, Volume 28: Citizenship, edited by Andrew Gibb. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2020. Download PDF (3.72 MB)
- Zimmerman, Shadow D. (2016). The Anima in Theatre: Animating a Jungian Concept for Devisers, Directors, and Actors. UC Santa Cruz: Theater Arts. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/17r577jp. Download PDF (624.52 KB)
- Zimmerman, Shadow D. “Hedda Gabler.” How to Teach a Play: Exercises for the College Classroom, edited by Miriam Chirico and Kelly Younger. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020. Download PDF (90.32 KB)
Summer 2021 Full-term