The Methuen Drama Book of Trans Plays: Sagittarius Ponderosa; The Betterment Society; How to Clean Your Room; She He Me; The Devils Between Us; Doctor Voy

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Methuen Drama
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6.22 X 9.21 X 1.42 inches | 1.1 pounds

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Angela Farr Schiller (she/her) is the Director of Arts Education at the two time Southeastern Emmy Award winning ArtsBridge Foundation for the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, in Atlanta, GA. She researches the intersections between race and performance. Formerly serving as an Assistant Professor, the Resident Dramaturg, and the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research for the Department of Theatre & Performance Studies at Kennesaw State University. Angela also works as a Dramaturg-In-Residence with Atlanta-based Working Title Playwrights (WTP), the leading new play development organization in the Southeast, with a focus on new play development. https: //
Leanna Keyes (she/her) is a multi-hyphenate theater artist with a primary focus on queer and trans people, aiming to authentically portray the full complexities of queer life (past, present, and future). She was a playwright in residence at Crosstown Arts in Memphis and has been commissioned by Valiant Theatre in Chicago. Her plays have been performed and studied at universities around the United States, including at Carnegie Mellon in the curriculum of "American Women Playwrights of the 20th and 21st Centuries." Get in touch:
Lindsey Mantoan (she/her) is Assistant Professor of Theatre and Resident Dramaturg at Linfield College. She researches contemporary US character, both on the national and individual level. She is the author of War as Performance: Conflict in Iraq and Political Theatricality (Palgrave 2018) and co-editor with Sara Brady of Vying for the Iron Throne: Essays on Power, Gender, Death, and Performance in HBO's Game of Thrones (McFarland 2018) and Performance in a Militarized Culture (Routledge 2017). In 2019, she won Linfield's Allen and Pat Kelley Faculty Scholar Award, and in 2020, she won the Mid-America Theatre Conference's Robert A. Shanke Award for Theatre Research. She is an occasional contributor to