Michael Lueger is an adjunct professor at Emerson College and Northeastern University, where he teaches theatre history. His blog “Abstract and Brief” features images and essays on theatre history. His work has appeared in a variety of peer-reviewed publications, such as the recent Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theater, and on WBUR’s Cognoscenti page. Follow him on Twitter with the handle @theaterhistory.
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Theatre History Podcast # 38: Eleanor Fitzsimons on Oscar Wilde, Sarah Bernhardt, and the Troubled History of SaloméIn this episode, Michael Lueger talks to author Eleanor Fitzsimons about Oscar Wilde and his working relationship with Sarah Bernhardt.
Theatre History Podcast # 37: Examining the Diary of Nineteenth Century Actor Harry Watkins with Dr. Amy Hughes, Dr. Naomi Stubbs, and Dr. Scott D. DexterDr. Amy Hughes, Dr. Naomi Stubbs, and Dr. Scott D. Dexter discuss the diary of Harry Watkins, a nineteenth-century actor, playwright, and stage manager.
Dr. Joseph F. Stephenson of Abilene Christian University talks about The Dutch Lady , an anonymous Restoration-era play in the holdings of the Boston Public Library that he's both editing and helping to stage.
Theatre History Podcast # 35: Get Thee to a Nunnery: Learning About Medieval Convent Drama with Dr. Elisabeth Dutton, Dr. Olivia Robinson, Dr. Matthew Cheung Salisbury, and Aurèlie BlancA conversation with members of the Medieval Convent Drama project, based at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.