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Max Shulman

Max Shulman is an Assistant Professor of Theatre History at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. There, he heads up UCCS Dramaturgy and the HomeFront Theatre Project that creates events around veteran's issues. He is the co-editor of the collection Performing the Progressive Era: Immigration, Urban Life and Nationalism on Stage published by Iowa University Press. His forthcoming book, The American Pipe Dream: Drug Addiction on Stage 1890-1920 will also be published by Iowa in the next year. He was the first interviewee for HowlRound’s own “Theatre History Podcast” with Michael Lueger.

Kilroys in the Classroom

Kilroys in the Classroom

Activism, Databases, and the Life of the Artist

17 September 2016

Students at Ramapo College interview eight of the playwrights on the 2015 Kilroys list for a Contemporary Women Playwrights course.

Theatre History Podcast # 1

Theatre History Podcast # 1

Talking About Drugs (and Theatre) with Max Shulman

22 August 2016

Michael Lueger kicks off a new Theatre History podcast series with an interview with Max Shulman, discussing drugs in American theatre at the turn of the twentieth century.