Performing a pantomime in an ancient theatre in Turkey
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer
Andrew White (pictured here performing a pantomime in an ancient theatre in Turkey) is a theatre artist, dramaturg and historian who specializes in theatre and drama from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance. A veteran of the Fulbright program, White has worked as a translator, director, dramaturg and performer; professional theatre credits include Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Source Theatre (former company member) and Le Neon Theatre (company member). He served as dramaturg for American Century Theatre’s production “Women Under the Influence”, and provided essays for Mary Zimmerman’s production of Argonautica at the Shakespeare Theatre.
PhD, Theatre History, Theory and Criticism, University of Maryland College Park
MA, Theatre History, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
BA, Liberal Arts (Great Books Program), St. John’s College, Annapolis MD
- Languages Spoken
- Greek (Ancient, Medieval, Modern); French; Latin; Italian; German
- By Appointment
- Contact Info
- For the Media
To request an interview for a
news story, call AU Communications
at 202-885-5950 or submit a request.