Stacy Wolf, a professor in the Performance as Public Practice program, has received an award for “Best Essay in Theatre Studies” from the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) at its annual conference in New Orleans. The essay is entitled “‘We’ll Always Be Bosom Buddies’: Female Duets and the Queering of Broadway Musical Theatre.” An advocate for the field of theatre and performance in higher education, ATHE serves as an intellectual and artistic center for producing new knowledge about theatre and performance-related disciplines, cultivating vital alliances with other scholarly and creative disciplines, linking with professional and community-based theatres and promoting access and equity.
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