Books:

2014

Co-editor (with Kevin Wetmore and Siyuan Liu) Modern Asian Theatre and Performance 1900-2000. Methuen.

2011

Co-Editor (with Helene Foley, Classics, Barnard) Antigone on the Contemporary World Stage. Oxford University Press.

2009

Theatre of Roots: Redirecting The Modern Indian Stage. Seagull Books, Kolkata and Palgrave-MacMillan. Part of series titled Enactments, edited by Richard Schechner.

2001

Editor, DramaContemporary: India, a collection of contemporary plays from India with an introduction. Johns Hopkins University Press. Printed in India by Oxford University Press, 2002.

Articles:

2020

“Viewpointing with Anne Bogart,” in Great North American Theatre Directors, an eight-volume series edited by Jim Peck. In progress.

2019

“The Rasa of Site-Based Theatre,” in special issue of Theatre History Journal, edited by Penelope Cole and Rand Harmon. Forthcoming.

2018

“Relishing Performance: Rasa As Participatory Sense-Making.” In The Routledge Companion to Theatre, Performance, and Cognitive Science, Rick Kemp and Bruce McConachie, eds. October.

2018

“AromaTheatre.” TDR. Summer.

2018

“No More Print Articles!” TDR Comment. Spring.

2018

“Dancing on the Tongue.” Performance Research, 22:7. 29-34.

2017

“Rasa On Screen.” In Reti, Saperi, Linguaggi: Italian Journal of Cognitive Sciences.

2017

“The Rasa of Immersive and Participatory Theatre” In Immersive Theatre: Engaging the Audience. Josh Machamer, ed. Common Ground.

2016

“The Audience Is The Message: Blast Theory’s App-Drama Karen.” TDR 60:3, 165-171.

2016

“Stage Managing Site Specific and Participatory Theatre,” HowlRound.

2016

“The Neuroscience of Spectatorship.” In Reti, Saperi, Linguaggi: Italian Journal of Cognitive Sciences.

2015

“Charles Mee’s (Re)Making of Greek Drama,” In The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas. Bosher, MacIntosh, McConell, and Rankine, eds.

2015

“Actor,” “Spectator,” “Reception Theory,” “Hybridity,” “Performativity” in Reading Contemporary Performance, Cody and Cheng, eds. Routledge.

2015

 “The Audience Is The Message.” TCG’s Audience (Re)volution blog series curated by Caridad Svitch. July.

2015

“Diverse Audiences for Smartphone Plays.” TCG’s Audience (Re)volution blog series curated by Caridad Svitch.

2015

“Speaking A Thought in the World II: Garland Wright on Richard III.” Co-Written with Sari Ketter. SDC. July.

2015

“Speaking A Thought in the World I: Garland Wright on The Misanthrope.” Co-Written with Sari Ketter. SDC. April.

2015

“Rasa Is/As/And Emotional Contagion” In Natyasastra: Aesthetics, Epistemology & Performance Practice, edited by Sreenath Nair. McFarland Press.

2014

“Standing Man and the Impromptu Performance of Hope” TDR 58:3 (223). Fall.

2014

“Mindscapes of Palestine” in The Theatre of Naomi Wallace: Embodied Dialogues, edited by Scott Cummings. Palgrave MacMillan.

2014

Editor of India entries (and author of many of the entries) for: Cambridge Encyclopedia of Stage Actors and Acting. General Editor: Simon Williams. Cambridge University Press.

2013

“Hearing the ‘Music of the Hemispheres,’” a born-digital multimodal composition-article about “neuroperformance” for TDR 57:3, T219. Fall.

2013

“Women Directors in India.” In International Women Stage Directors, edited by Anne Fliotsos and Wendy Vierow.

2012

“The Cultural Intifada: Palestinian Theatre in the West Bank.” TDR 56:3 (T215). Fall 2012.

2012

“The Freedom Theatre: Creation Under Occupation,” with Naomi Wallace and Ismail Khalidi. American Theater magazine. February issue.

2011

“Comment: Juliano Mer Khamis: Murder, Theatre, Freedom, Going Forward.” TDR 55:3 (T211). Fall.

2010

“But is it Theatre? Colonial Culture‘s Impact on Theatrical History in India.” In Theatre History: Critical Questions, edited by Henry Bial and Scott Magelssen. University of Michigan Press.

2010

“Classics, Cultural Politics, and the Role of Antigone in Manipur, NE India.” In India, Greece, and Rome 1757-2007 edited by Edith Hall and Phiroze Vasunia. London: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London.

2007

“Mahesh Dattani: Invisible Issues.” In Mahesh Dattani’s Plays: Critical Perspectives, ed. Angelie Multani. New Delhi: Pencraft International.

2007

Editor, India section, Columbia Encyclopedia of World Drama, ed. Gabrielle Cody and Evert Sprinchorn. Columbia University Press. Also author of general entry on Indian theatre, as well as entries on Kavalam Narayana Panikkar, Girish Karnad, Ratan Thiyam, Mahesh Dattani, Tripurari Sharma, Usha Ganguli, Ottayan, Theyyatheyyam, Hayavadana, Tughlaq, Chakravyuha, A Muggy Night in Mumbai, 30 Days in September, Rudali. 

2005

“Hayavadana: Model of Complexity.”  In Girish Karnad’s Plays: Performance and Critical Perspectives, ed. Tutun Mukherjee.  New Delhi: Pencraft International.

2002

“Mee on Mee.”  TDR 48,3 (T175).

2000

“Star of India: Ratan Thiyam.”  American Theatre, July/August.

1997

“Mahesh Dattani: Invisible Issues.”  Performing Arts Journal, Issue #55.

1997

“Kavalam Narayana Panikkar: Meaning into Action.”  Performing Arts Journal, Issue #55.

1997

“Tripurari Sharma: Out in the Open.”  Performing Arts Journal, Issue #55.

1995

"Adding Texture To Text: Kerala Theatrical Techniques in Shakespeare's Timon Of Athens." Seagull Theatre Quarterly 5:54-59.

1995

"The Use of Folk Philosophy in Kavalam Narayana Panikkar's Poetic Theatre of Transformation." Seagull Theatre Quarterly 7:58-62.

Reviews:

2011

Book Review: “Performance Studies and the Cognitive Turn.” Review of Performance Cognition: Theatre Studies and the Cognitive Turn and Engaging Audiences. TDR (T211).

2010

Book Review: Classics in Post-colonial Worlds and Crossroads in the Black Aegean. Theatre Journal. March.

2007

Book Review: Theatres of Independence: Drama, Theory, and Urban Performance in India Since 1947 by Aparna Dharwadker, Poetics, Plays and Performances: The Politics of Modern Indian Theatre by Vasudha Dalmia, and A Critical Stage: The Role of Secular Alternative Theatre in Pakistan by Fawzia Afzal-Khan.  TDR. Winter (T196).

2006

Performance Review: Pig Iron’s Tenth Anniversary Season.  Theatre Journal.  December.

2006

Book Review: Oxford Companion to Indian Theatre by Ananda Lal.  TDR.  Fall (T191).

2005

Performance Review: all wear bowlers.  Theatre Journal.  December.

2005

Performance Review: World Trade Centre and The Rose of Lidice.  Theatre Journal.  October.