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Jennifer Goff

Actor, Director, Scholar, Educator, Improviser, Cat mom.

Jennifer Goff is Grissom Associate Professor of Theatre and Chair of the Theatre Program at Centre College in Danville, KY. An actor, director, scholar, educator, and improviser, she received her BA from University of Portland, her MA from University of South Carolina, and her PhD from Wayne State University. She has also studied at the Moscow Art Theatre, and is working toward certification through the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium. She was a co-founder of The Distracted Globe Theatre Company, and is the co-founder and Co-Editor-in-Chief of Etudes, an online journal dedicated to the work of emerging scholars in Theatre and Performance Studies. www.jennifergoff.com

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On Collaboration

On Collaboration

14 May 2024

Theatre is a collaborative art.  In this week’s episode, host Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder talks with Padraic Lillis, artistic director of the Farm Theatre and Jennifer Goff,  professor at Centre College, about the collaborative process. Drawing from their experience developing a new play through the Farm Theatre project, Padraic and Jennifer discuss the ways in which collaboration helps students learn to think critically, communicate effectively, take risks, and analyze text.