Shelby-Allison Hibbs is a writer, teacher, and director currently residing in Dallas, TX.
In Dallas, she has worked with Dead White Zombies, Cry Havoc Theatre, Echo Theatre, WaterTower Theatre, Junior Players, Big Thought, Shakespeare Dallas, Dallas Children’s Theatre, and Capers for Kids. She is on the faculty at the University of Texas at Dallas and Mountain View College.
She has worked as a guest artist with Ouachita Baptist University, Teaching Artist and Director with The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Director with The Berkshire Theatre Group. New York credits include collaboration with Target Margin Theatre, Slant Theatre Project, CTown, Adrienne Westwood, and Robert Wilson. While in New York, she interned with The Wooster Group and Jim Findlay’s BOTANICA. She has presented papers at national theatre conferences in New York, Minneapolis, Cleveland, and Chicago. She is a columnist on TheaterJones and has been published by Texas Theatre Journal.
What if the only thing “childish” about a children’s theatre was the age of the performers? Fun House in Dallas-Ft. Worth is a youth acting program that avoids the “juniorization” of work.
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Shelby-Allison Hibbs collects thoughts from Dallas theatremakers about the sustainability of the city’s theatre scene.
Shelby-Allison Hibbs writes about her experiences as an early career artist in New York City, and her decision to build an artistic life elsewhere.